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Purchased a 2020 Traverse LS
When I asked about the Sirus radio
He told me just push the onstar and ask them to activate it.
Not so. Called him back and he said
Bring it back when it's convenient and we can add the module.
Called today and he no longer works there. Come down they said will better be able to figure out the part.
Go there, 20min. Later turns out they can't do anything for me. LS doesn't come with Sirus out of the factory and
Since salesman didn't put anything on Paper they can't help me $38,000. later I am out of luck.
Has anyone had similar experience with the LS Sirus how to resolve ?

Thanks

SK
 

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back when Sirius and XM were separate... I bought one of the external units for my then 2003 Trailblazer.
Then I bought the Traverse. It had the built in Satellite radio.
But I had the external unit. ANd at the time- It included Howard stern radio.
the Radio in the vehicle- those channels I think were extra $$.

Anyways- I used the little radio and I used the AUX input to listen to it.
Worked fine.

this is also availalble

dont know if you can swap radios on the new gen traverse
 

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Little XM / Sirius portable units also have a built in FM transmitter. Used it that way in my Co. work trucks.
 

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repairman is right- I found the sound to be better with the AUX cable.
 

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Save yourself some money and use an aux cable from your phone. Then use the Pandora app, it's free and you can set up your stations to suit you. Plus most cell phone companies don't charge data time for Pandora. If you want to get rid of commercials, it's only a few $$ a month. BTW. Sirius has commercials and you have to pay for them.
 
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