01-31-06, 01:27 AM
I'm in Canada and took my car into gm to program XM into the nav unit. The mechanic used the tech 2 unit and it kept saying the digital receiver could not be found. we are baffled!!! do i need to install a module into the car or something? THE mechanic has no idea or even service manager. Any info would be welcomed!!! THANKS:banghead:
01-31-06, 01:33 AM
Are you talking XM radio traffic?
Check the FAQ's or do a search.
On early model 05's it won't work.
We got hosed.
01-31-06, 01:41 AM
NOT XM TRAFFIC just regular XM . INn Canada we just got XM availability and i asumed gm could just download to get it to work. NO dice !! ANY info???
01-31-06, 01:56 AM
When you wrote XM and NAV I assumed traffic.
The XM radio option should be on your window sticker.
If not, you may be missing a key part(s) for the XM to work (like an XM radio tuner).
I assume the dealer has another V on the lot that the XM does work in to compare.
The radio stuff is under the rear deck lid.
link to XM activation:http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/answers/pdf/xmtech2prog.pdf
01-31-06, 01:58 AM
I think i get what you are saying... You cannot program XM into the radio. A module IS required for XM to work (and then program it)....
There are aftermarket kits available so you dont have to buy the GM version.
02-02-06, 09:27 PM
Any info on the module from GM. Or any info on a recomend for aftermarket?? Thanks ahead of time!!!!
02-02-06, 09:49 PM
I would look to see if I could get one from a total.
Then all you have to do is activate it.
I would say call GM but that would probably be worthless.
02-02-06, 10:30 PM
The XM module is on restriction..
Radios and more has a complete kit that is almost identical to the factory XM (song titles and everything)... I dont , however, think it will give you XM nav traffic...
02-02-06, 11:44 PM
Did you buy the car in Canada? I suspect that since sat. radio was just cleared there, GM didnt put the modules in the Great White North's cars.