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Those who have installed a SAT radio in 997's with NAV, where did you put it? :help:

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I'm not sure how easy that will be.

I believe that car has the dreaded " MOST" system which only takes a specific type of input.

If the factory offers the option, I bet you could buy the equipment and add it. I looked on the porsche.com website and didn't see an option for satellite radio, although I thought that I'd seen it there in the past.

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Thanks, i am talking to my dealer and he is clueless re. this issue.

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I installed a Roady 2 Xm radio. The roady 2 sends audio to a unused fm station. no wires to hook up to radio. very easy to install. :eek:

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Dealer installed XM to connect to Bose Surround option. Module placed in empty space at bottom of center stack. Antenna(about 2"x2"x1/2") epoxied to center of windshield header.

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Dealer installed XM to connect to Bose Surround option.  Module placed in empty space at bottom of center stack.  Antenna(about 2"x2"x1/2") epoxied to center of windshield header.

Michael,

Please give us all interested a little more info. Does it work through the PCM display? What module are you talking about? Any help would be appreciated. Too many of us want XM. I just picked up my 997S Cab. Thanks

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