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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-23-2013 Thread Starter
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2014 Mustang - adding XM radio to radio . . .

I want to purchase a 2014 model, and since Sirius/XM in a Ford car does not receive baseball games (MLB) I would need to add a small XM receiver and I guess another antenna -- and connect it to the aux. input (is there one?) and then place the XM unit somewhere.

Have any of you tried and worked out something with the XM added to a Mustang?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks, Roger

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You can subscribe to XM for the Internet. If you have a smart phone with half way decent reception and data plan, you can hook that up via Bluetooth and get XM that way. If you already have a subscription in your car (or another), you can get the Internet plan at a half way decent price.

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I really would like to make this fool proof, and not count of reception via phone.

Would like to have a new hook-up. Can it be done in the new Mustang?

I will stop by a Ford dealer tomorrow and see what they say. I bet they say first, "Oh the car radio gets Sirius/XM, you can get the ball games."

Then I have to explain to a salesperson -- the Sirius/XM problem . . .
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