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Old 11-25-2009, 06:43 PM
KenTenn KenTenn is offline
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Sirius Install Help Z4M

I am trying to install a Sirius FM Direct Adapter to a 2006 Z4M. I believe it is the standard Business Radio. The kit from Sirius didn't match up so I had to order some adapters for my adapter. Can anyone show me where the connectors plug into the back of the radio. No instructions came with the second set of adapters.


UPDATE: Nevermind. My son helped me figure it out. Got it installed and the FM Direct Adapter really eliminated static and bad reception. Need to finish routing wires and I'm done.
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Last edited by KenTenn; 11-26-2009 at 10:54 AM.
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