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How To Install Satellite Radio to a 987 Cayman S For Native PCM Integr


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How To Install Satellite Radio to a 987 Cayman S For Native PCM Integr


I have read all of the posts regarding this subject on Renntech.org and Planet-9.com as well as other internet forums and discussions with third party manufacturers such as mObridge. I have found one post that was particularly helpful – musclehedz101 on Renntech.org – as a followup to my post titled – “xm / sirius install w/ pcm 2.1 cayenne kit vs. nav-tv sirpor2 vs. itronic” dated 7 November 2010. His post was based for a 997 (2007 C4S) with a cd changer installed. I decided to go with the Po

 

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3 minutes ago, linklaw said:

Can anyone give me the part number for the MOST fiber optic cable needed for this installation? The tutorial gives the part number for the wiring harness. Thanks. John

 

The correct cables are specific to the options on the car.

We will need to know C2 or C4

and what other options on the car (i.e. PCM/Radio, CD-Changer, AMP, Telephone).

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Loren,

 

I have a 2008 Cayman with PCM2.1. The car had the CD45 when I bought it and I bought a used PCM and factory navigation. I installed that along with the Dension 5000 and now want to install Sirius. I remember plugging in the dension unit to the CD power source in the front trunk. It takes the place of the CD Changer. So I have PCM2.1 with factory Navigation and the Dension. I saw when reading the tutorial that there are a couple harnesses, depending on whether the CD changer is installed. I figured I needed the harness for cars with a cd changer. I believe I can use an aftermarket antenna with adapter for the dual antenna input on the receiver. Is the MOST cable included with the wiring harness? I thought it would be a separate part. Thanks for any help.  John

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