2017 GL1800 & SiriusXM radio


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garlo
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2017 GL1800 & SiriusXM radio

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Has anyone installed the SiriusXM radio kit on their bike using the USB port in the trunk so that it shows up on the dash the same as my Ipod?

If you have could you post how you did it and what extra parts I would need to accomplish this.

I have no idea as to why Honda thought that Canadians would actually use the weather band when the USA gets Satellite. :o

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Re: 2017 GL1800 & SiriusXM radio

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garlo wrote: Sun Jul 21, 2019 8:14 am I have no idea as to why Honda thought that Canadians would actually use the weather band when the USA gets Satellite. :o
No idea either. We have the weather band also and the only time I use it is by accident. Every now and then I wonder what that odd sound is coming from my AM radio.
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