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I initially thought a fuse or circuit breaker had blown. However, after shutting the car off and retrieving my daughter (about 10 minutes), I started the truck up and everything was back to normal. Anybody have similar experience? I hate intermittent problems! :mad:
Also notice, if like mine, when the XM quits, kill your engine and open the driver's door. I'll bet that the radio (not XM) continues playing. If you then re-start the car, if like mine, everything will go blank....no radio, no nav, no am, fm.....NOTHING. But, I let mine set for 15 minutes and it's all back to normal. I too hate intermittent problems. I delivered a complete written narrative of my audio/OnStar/Phone debacle to the dealer. They erroneously diagnosed it as a XM unit problem....wrong! Going back again.
Seriously, until it happens with more regularity I'm not going to waste my time going to the dealer as they will not have anything to diagnose. Unless they actually happen to catch it when it happens the likelihood of actually getting it fixed is slim.
I've lost my XM services (as the first evidence of the problem) 7 or 8 times over the past 90 days. It was at the dealer for 4 days. The XM module was replaced. Four days later, it happened again. They obviously don't know how to fix it. :mad:
eject any cd's, or would not play them. After reading the manual, I changed the fuse
for the radio, however it didn't work, now it won't show any disc is even loaded in the cd player, and still won't play... You can try to change the fuse, it might help yours, I'd rather try than pay $400!!!
Sorry i couldn't help!
I can't afford a new audio system in my truck, but the buzz is driving me crazy. I have heard rumor about a recall on the Bose system . . . anyone else? or any suggestions?