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Old 09-18-2013, 08:40 AM
13Laramie 13Laramie is offline
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I am by no means an expert on this but have been given the royal run around for 4 months so I know a little.

I had the same issues with my 2013 tundra and switched radios as a result to an aftermarket kenwood DNN-770HD with a "SiriusXM" tuner.

Same issues now with the ram. It cuts out all the time with even the littlest twig near the road. In our 2013 Grand Cherokee we never lose signal but that's because it operates off the Sirius platform vs the XM on the Ram and Tundra.

So the line of, " the are the same company and the same signal" is bull. I wouldn't care much if it cost $2/month or similar but for the prices they charge, it should just WORK.

My theory is that if I only get signal 65% of the time, I should only pay 65% of the bill. Obviously this is not going to work, but this issue is very frustrating because like other people said, no one owns up to it.
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