|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|10-19-2012 05:29 PM|
|fastestelantra||Never had XM, is it really worth getting? I have my smartphone and CD's which already work out quite well. I wouldn't mind trying XM if I hear it's worth it.|
|10-19-2012 11:24 AM|
|import_nation||If you remove the receiver module will the stations still show up in the audio settings or controls? I personally just signed up for XM. I like my XM radio.|
|10-05-2012 01:52 AM|
Removing XM Radio
I have seen a few posts about removing xm radio but no answers other than to just ignore it. Then I came across this post on a Honda forum.
Re: How to Remove XM radioQuote:Originally Posted by*mahk*Hello all, great forum here. I purchased my RL this past July and my XM radio trial has run out, and I have no interest in purchasing it. Is it possible to remove it so I do not have to cycle through the xm radio stations when changing modes with the steering wheel controls? I would love for them to just skip over the XM stations. I have searched and found nothing. Thank you in advance.
MarkOn the 2010, the XM unit is located behind the rear passenger seat. Here's a diagram of the stereo components and wiring -- what you're specifically looking for is #10 in this diagram:http://www.hondapartsnow.com/diagram...ker-467336.png. Disconnect this module (and remove it if you want) and XM will be removed from the head unit functionality.
This is exactly what I was looking for but for my Elantra GT. Anyone have any ideas? I will try to get a hold of a manual, but if anyone has any answers in the meantime,...