Sirius Radio Installation

Written by Blaire Chandler-Wilcox
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Sirius radio installation can be done in one of two ways. If you're uncomfortable holding a screwdriver, then you can always call Sirius customer care or the retailer from which you purchased your system, and ask for the qualified installer nearest you. Or, you can try to do it yourself.

Sirius Independence: Installing Your Own Equipment

Many Sirius subscribers do indeed install their Sirius satellite radio systems themselves. Online reviews that cover the subject of installation say that it's a fairly quick and easy process. For instance, installing Sirius Plug and Play systems is likened to installing a CD player. And the skills required to install the mounts requires pretty much just knowing how to hold a screwdriver.

Should you find yourself in an installation pickle, you can always call customer care for quick tips. Unlike XM, Sirius's customer service is open to help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Plus, at the main Sirius website, you can also download product manuals for every piece of Sirius equipment to help make the process more clear.

It's also a good idea to check with the retailer from which you purchased your Sirius radio. Some leading online retailers also offer 24 hour customer service, with staff dedicated to walking customers through the installation process. They can also provide excellent tips for antenna placement and the like to ensure superior reception and overall performance from your Sirius satellite radio system.

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