Does anyone know what I need, besides the $600-$800 "XM Kit" from the
dealer, to add an XM tuner to my "XM-Ready" 2006 Odyssey EX-L? I have the
DVD RES, but no nav system. I think I can add the Pioneer XM tuner, as
"XM-Ready" is supposed to mean that everything's there but the tuner, but I
do not know for sure.
Anyone know what I need to do? I don't want to use a Roady or anything like
that -- I want the integrated solution.
Thanks in advance--
Any other than the Honda stuff will not connect to your van. The plug
connections are "proprietary" and no others will plug in to your system.
Unless you want to cut and splice your wires to fit something else, and
that's not recommended, Honda has you by the short and curlys. $600-$800 is
way too high. List price on all you need is about $425 plus labor. But if
you're a handy guy you can do it yourself. Just ask your dealer for the
But what's a few hundred bucks to a guy who can afford such a high buck van.
Here's what you need, part number and the msrp on each part:
XM Satellite Radio 08A15-EX5-000 $299.00
XM Satellite Radio Attachment 08B15-SHJ-100 $46.00
XM Satellite Radio Antenna 08A15-EX5-100B $99.00
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