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About RyanITV

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  1. Did the kit come with any installation instructions? If not, what did you use to guide you as you installed it? Thanks, Rick No install docs - at least none that were worthwhile. Pretty simple to connect - the toughest part was antenna. You'll end up with several spare parts and probably a spare cable (for XM, anyway). In terms of connections, the power for the unit comes from the unused connector behind the carper to the left of the compartment where the CD changer mounts. I also removed some of the unused cables from the antenna bundle (optical, etc) that were Cayenne-specific; made for a cleaner install. Ryan
  2. FWIW, I just completed my own XM install in my '06 C2S Cab. Like dbdr51 noted, the important thing is the Y cable from the kit made for the CD Changer. I don't have nav or a changer and had ordered the kit for "no cd changer" - mistake. After fighting the install, I figured out that it needed the other cable and overnighted it in. If you order the XM/Sirius kit for the Cayenne with a CD Changer, it should come together nicely. It worked perfect as soon as it was activated - didn't require anything from my dealer. Ryan
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