Last post on Jun 13, 2012 at 8:02 PM
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Subaru Legacy, Subaru Outback, Audio, Car Buying, Wagon
#37 of 40 Re: Sirius radion in 2010 Outback [jennie3375]
Mar 10, 2011 (8:01 am)
I have the same exact problem. I had the radio replaced once and been on the phone with Sirius many, many times. I have not gotten and answer. It is very frustrating.
My Ipod touch scrolls and my FM scrolls, not the Sirius which I use the most!
#38 of 40 Re: Sirius radion in 2010 Outback [mnuge68]
Mar 14, 2011 (11:29 am)
I have spent many useless hours on the phone and emailing the Customer "Service" team at Subaru US HQ. They are clueless. The problem lies with the cheap satellite tuner that was specified by Subaru to meet the absolute minimum Sirius XM requirements. These people couldn't care a rat's butt about our complaints. They have no plans to change it either.
YOSHIO HASUNUMA - Chairman of the Board, President, and Chief Executive Officer
THOMAS J. DOLL - Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer
TIMOTHY J. MAHONEY - Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer
TIM COLBECK - Senior Vice President, Sales
Their email addresses follow this format:
Tell them that you have looked at Sirius in other comparable Japanese vehicles and they are all better and that you will never buy another Subaru again if they don't fix this.
#39 of 40 Re: XM Radio only on the Outback??? [ateixeira]
Jun 13, 2012 (7:13 pm)
How can you tell if your Subaru has Sirius radio? My 07 has a button for sat. radio. but it does nothing
bought the car used. Prev. owner thought it has Sat. radio but he never used it.
#40 of 40 Re: XM Radio only on the Outback??? [clarkkent]
Jun 13, 2012 (8:02 pm)
Your 07 stereo may be set up for satellite radio, but you need a subscription for it. My 2012 Outback came with 3 or 4 months of free service, but after that I have to pay for it. If I don't, mine will also do nothing when I select it.
I think all, or most, vehicles set up for satellite radio have a short stubby antennae type thingy on the roof. It does not stick up very far.