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Satellite Radio antenna Installation

Have your advanced satellite radio setup neatly, reliably and expertly by a Geek Squad Autotech. Our Autotechs are MECP-certified, and their craftsmanship is warrantied for a lifetime. Extra products charges apply; see below to get more details.*

Planning your vehicle

We will go through a preinstallation checklist and talk to you towards desired mounting place of specific components.

Enabling reception

We are going to connect the satellite radio to an ignition power resource so that the radio powers on and off with all the ignition key, and connect it to an FM modulator (sold separately). We will also adjust your antenna for the very best reception.

Factory-installed appearance and functionality

We'll mount your satellite radio, after that hide the wiring for a natural-looking fit.

Final measures

To complete, we are going to do a postinstallation list, vacuum cleaner out of the work area, test all functions, and give you a demonstration of satellite radio's features.

Just how to get and set up your set up:

After buying, you will get a redemption e-mail containing an integral signal that validates your order. Find your nearest set up center and call to set up a scheduled appointment.

What things to bring to your set up visit:

Bring a printout of one's redemption email, the satellite radio you desire set up, and any other components you've probably bought when it comes to set up.

*A materials cost of $5 per vehicle will likely be evaluated at period of installation. Standard installation does not consist of vehicle-specific components or accessories. For satellite radio installation, components typically cost $20–$135, but vary.

Your Geek Squad Autotech will provide an estimation just before carrying out work that will require yet another charge (including nonstandard set up) and any extra parts. Any additional costs are going to be examined following the set up is total.

Source: www.bestbuy.com
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