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Lacrosse XM radio question

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I've been looking at some new and used, and I was wondering if the factory XM setup can be added. Would a radio swap be needed? Or would I be screwed? I've had XM for a while now and couldn't possibly live without it, and I don't want a seperate unit like I do now.

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Well.. check and see if your vehicle has the XM radio antenna on the top of the car.. it's a flat black plastic thing and it usually has the XM radio logo on it.

If you do.. then your car is probably XM ready..

If not.. well.. I'm not sure what you can do. You could probably get someone to install it for you. I think then.. the radio should be able to handle it since I know the Lacrosse radio has info streaming.

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