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Hey All. Just installed a Sirius radio in my 07 Classic. It's an fm modulating type (Stratus). The reception is ok, but I was thinking it would be better if I could plug directly into the factory radio from the auxiliary output from the Sirius receiver. The installation directions say this is the best set-up. Does anyonyone know if there is such an input in the back of the factory radio? My radio is the one with a cd player and factory XM (which I hate) and Bose speakers. I don't really want to use the "antenna extender" that came with the receiver, I just think it will look kinda crappy stuck to the inside of the windshield.

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if you look on there website or at any of the big electronics stores, they have a fm direct adapter that plugs into your factory antenna.i am not aware of any aux inputs for the factory radio. hope this helps
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No, there is no "aux input" on the stock radio. Why dont you do a search for "sirius" in this forum....a couple members figured out that the Sirius SIR-1 module can be hooked up just like the XM receiver.
 
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