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Tahoe Suburban CD MP3 iPod AUX XM Sirius

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  • jbattjbatt Posts: 13
    does anyone know where the xm connector is located in 2008 tahoe. I've heard it may be located behind glovebox. If this is true will save me from having to take out radio to hook up ipod connection.
  • I have a 2008 Z71 tahoe. Once in a blue moon, while listening to the radio and on smooth roads my sound will just cut out for a few senconds then come back on like nothing happen. This just occur once in a while I have the bose system with nav. system. the sound just goes out and nothing else. Has any one had this problem. if yes did you get it fixed and what was the cause?? Thanks
  • kiawahkiawah Posts: 3,666
    Is it only the radio, or does it do it also when playing a cd, or ipod?

    If it is just the radio, is it both am and fm, or any and all stations?
  • only time that is has done it as the FM and like once on Ipod but only happens once in a while.
  • kiawahkiawah Posts: 3,666
    Well as a 2008, I'd take it in for a warranty claim. The worst that they can do, is indicate no trouble found, but then you have it on record as having this problem during the warranty period. I'd try to notice whether when this happens, whether the whole radio is loosing power, or it just appears that the output gets lost. Start documenting how many times this is happening and when it happens. Intermittent problems which a dealership can't recreate, are sometimes hard to get them to fix it.

    I had a little bit similar problem once years ago with a Chrysler mini-van, I took it in and they ordered a replacement radio. Never had the problem after.

    Good luck.
  • Thanks for that infomation (kiawah) I have notice that the radio does not loose power just the sound. I will take it in thanks
  • I cannot stand XM radio, therefore I do not participate in the program that is installed in our 2007 Tahoe ltz. Does anyone know a of a way to remove it from the menu on the radio. I would like to rotate from "Band" directly to "CD" to "Aux" without the "XM" preview bs.
  • rv2963rv2963 Posts: 2
    edited April 2010
    I have a 2007 Tahoe doing the same anoying thing going from stereo to "mono". The dealer replaced the stereo 3 times, fm tuner, coax and rear window which contains the antenna. I did HOURS of research and am finding that it is most likely the rear antenna which is directional and looses reception. Mine only does this while moving not parked. The dealer told me it's a GM "glitch" and basically we all must live with it. While they had the vehicle I had a 2009 Suburban rental and it did the exact same thing. Car Toys recommended a power antenna I don'y know what to do now.
  • gmcustsvcgmcustsvc Posts: 4,001
    Hello Rv2963,
    I am from GM Customer Service. Can you please email me more information about your concern, so I can look into the situation further? You can get my email address by clicking on my name. Thank you,
    Mariah GM Customer Service
  • bob_coolbob_cool Posts: 1
    My wife has a 2008 LS and she got rear-ended last month. We just got it back from the body shop, but now the radio no longer lists the artist and song when playing FM radio stations. I'm about to go digging in the manual, but does anyone know if this could have happened when they disconnected the battery perhaps, or is there a chance that the impact caused this to malfunction? :confuse:
  • patnicpatnic Posts: 22
    Help!

    I have a 2012 Tahoe LT with 23K miles on it.

    I have an intermittent high pitched/frequency noise coming from the back left portion of the vehicle. The noise started so soft that my husband could not hear it. Eventually, the noise became louder and more frequent that he could hear it.

    Took to the dealer and was able to create the noise. They replaced the amp. Took care of the problem for about 30 miles. Then the noise came back - although, softer.

    The noise is generated most often during the following situations, but not always:

    *When turn signal is turned on. The sounds turns off when the turn signal flicks back to the normal position.
    * Switching channels in XM radio (between each station there is a silent pause, so you can hear the noise more easily).
    *Turning radio volume up
    *In the middle of driving on the highway. Radio does not have to be on.
    *The car has to be on for sound to occur.

    Now to top off this whole problem... Today, we drove about 45 miles away from our house. Same noise came on and off about 15 times in our trip. Then we parked the car, it rested about 90 minutes. We drove home and the noise only occurred once (when we turned radio volume up) during our whole 45 miles trip home.

    My husband is thinking it could be the capacitor??? What do you think? Has this happened to you?
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