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Just bought my first Suzuki product- Kizashi SLS AWD w/ Navigation. I want to add the radio kit from Suzuki around $350, but that price is ridiculous. I called Crutchfield and they thought I could add the kit that fits the Kenwood for under $100.00. Has anyone added the XM/Sirius Kit with the Navigation system? Is there anyway to find the exact model number of the Kenwood System the owners manuel has 5 different models listed. Thanks- By the Way I love the Kizashi so far!
 

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The answer to your question is YES!!!!!
You can add SiriusXM radio to your navigation system. I ordered mine from Crutchfield and had no problems with installing it.

The part#(s) are:
113CASR20V----- Kenwood CA-SR20V $19.99
607SCC1---------SiriusConnect SC-C1 $59.99

You will have to go with Sirius as a services provider rather than XM. They used to make a part for the system that recieved the XM signal, but I looked everywhere and couldn't find it (no longer in production).

In about 2 hrs. you can have satellite radio AND navi. for $70 :D

(just watch out for those nasty screws that hold the head unit in) :mad:
(I lost 3 of them trying to secure it during installation) :huh:
 

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I'm attempting to add this today. I wish there was a step by step guide to removing the unit to install the satellite and the best location to run the wires and antenna.
 

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Thanks Fogus for the information. This was a very easy job to complete and instead of paying over $300 for the satellite kit from Suzuki I paid a $69.98 and there is a $30 mail in rebate as well, so total price is under $40. Thanks
 

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Thanks Fogus for the information. This was a very easy job to complete and instead of paying over $300 for the satellite kit from Suzuki I paid a $69.98 and there is a $30 mail in rebate as well, so total price is under $40. Thanks
Can you post instructions on the navigation unit removal and where did you put the antenna for the xm?
 

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crappy site

As the title says; this forum is really crappy and it's time to say goodbye here. I will keep all the kizashi knowledge i find to myself. sooooo long.:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
 

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I guess it must be some dog-gone trade secret or something!!!!!!
It's not a secret. With the lower cubby door open, reach in and pull out the HVAC panel. It attaches at the 4 corners with compression pins. Be careful as you disengage the corners. I would also recommend protecting the cubby edge and HVAC panel lower edge with some painters tape to prevent scratching but this is not required if you are careful. Unplug the HVAC panel and set aside.

There are 2 Phillips head screws holding the lower 2 corners of the radio fascia, as noted they are easy to lose so be careful. There are special drivers that can help with this, also.

With the screws out, reach in behind the radio and carefully pull it out - it is still attached at the top corners with compression pins.

That's it. It is actually very easy to do, a 2 minute job.
 
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