TDK Posted June 4, 2004 Report Share Posted June 4, 2004 Finished another, relaxing 1,500-mile trip in the the Big Red Dog. Same fine mpg (23.5 @ 82.5) and numerous, on-demand triple diget flights (to pass quickly on two-lane roads). The nicest part of the trip was the Sirius satellite radio. However, it does get some interferance in towns because I used the portable sat receiver's quick and easy built-in FM transmitter to broadcast the signal to the car's FM radio. Question, Where would the audio output from the Sirius car adapter (a pair of RCA cables) connect to the '94 standard, non-Bose radio. Is there a connection behind the radio in the dash, or do I have to run the RCA cables back to behind the rear seat somewhere? Thanks in advance for any assistance Add power to leave problems behind. Most braking is just - poor planning. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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