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Hi: I want to install Sirius XM Satellite radio in my DB9. I am told that you should use an FM Modulator wired in for the best reception. I've seen the Youtube video on how to remove the radio but it didn't show the back connections. I want to order the FM Modulator so I have it in hand to install after I take out the centre stack, rather than tear it apart and then order the FM Modulator. Does anyone know (or have a picture) of the antenna connection at the back of the radio? Is it a standard antenna plug or will I need an adapter? Any other tips? Thanks!:rolleyes:
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Thanks for the reply. I'm not sure that the plug is a standard antenna plug. I believe the wiring is fibre optic so the plug could be non-standard from what we in North America are used to. If the antenna wiring is fibre optic that would mean that you couldn't splice into it. That's why I'm looking for someone who's seen the wiring and can answer definitively. I'd rather avoid taking the centre stack apart to find out for myself and then leave it torn apart while I order parts and adapters or put it back together awaiting those parts and then dismantle a second time to install. I'm nervous enough at the thought of prying at those expensive parts once!
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