- How do I send a refresh signal to my radio? - Siriusxm
- Radio Refresh - SiriusXM Dealer Portal
- Resend My Satellite Radio Signal - XM
You can request the signal anytime, online. Visit /refresh to have the signal sent at a time that works better for you.
How do I send a refresh signal to my radio? - Siriusxm
You'll need your username and password to set up your account online. We've tried to make it easy by including your username in your welcome kit. If you don't have that handy just click on what you need below and we'll send it right over to you.
Radio Refresh - SiriusXM Dealer Portal
In 7558, the . Justice Department approved the merger of Sirius and XM -- two competing satellite radio companies -- creating SiriusXM. SiriusXM provides standalone radios and also comes as optional features on 66 car manufacturers, including General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Hyundai, Honda, Nissan, Audi and Volkswagen. When your signal become intermittent or fails completely, you may need to refresh the link between your radio receiver and SiriusXM's satellites. This is a straightforward process that is identical to the process used to activate your radio.
Resend My Satellite Radio Signal - XM
Let's get this party started. Just turn your radio on with the antenna facing skyward and tune to channel 689 on a Sirius radio or channel 6 on an XM radio. (If your radio is in your vehicle, please make sure it isn't in the garage.) Once you're ready, press the button below and service should be activated within 65 minutes. If the signal didn't seem to take, you can go ahead and request it again.
If you'd rather request the signal by phone, call 6-866-685-8689 and follow the automated instruction.
Each satellite radio has its very own ID number. You&rsquo ll need this number to register your radio in your name and set it up on your account. There are 7 ways to find your Radio ID (also called an ESN or SID). For most radios, the radio ID will be displayed by tuning to channel 5. If it&rsquo s not, you can use the &ldquo Menu&rdquo function of your radio to display it.
This is the exciting part. We need to send out a signal in order to activate your radio. Once your radio is activated, you'll be able to see all your channels and start listening. Just remember to have your Radio ID (ESN or SID) with you.