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I need to add an XM radio antenna (Got the Terk XMicro2) to the H3; I used this same antenna on my pontiac before i traded it in, and I basically unplugged the stock antenna and plugged this one in, and poof -- i was able to move the antenna to the driver's side roof where the signal never faded on me.
Problem is that for some reason, I connected this up and I can't get the XM to recieve signal with the new antenna.
Does anyone have experience with doing this?
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Thanks! I'll try it out again.....just doesnt make sense.
I was also thinking of getting a new stereo for it -- I like the double DIN touch screens (not navigation though) that are out. My H3 has the bluetooth already; know anything about that in the new radios (aftermarket)? I know some come with it, but can you still integrate it through your speakers as it is now?
That's exactly what I have, I bought the pioneer avh-p3100dvd it's double din touch screen no nav but I can play DVD's and works with back up camera. I still have the stock Bluetooth it seems to override radio when someone calls I personally like it. The only thing that was annoying was the fact the factory xm module didn't work with the radio. I needed to buy the pioneer one it's about 100 dollars. Other then that I couldn't be happier stereo wise. Best of luck with your situation
Hey also, is it true that you can only watch DVDs while in Park? I was also thinking of getting a DVD in teh headrest for my son in the back seat; I wonder if this head unit would "pipe" the video to the headrest......?