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    Try changing the Coding in 56-Radio from:

    0610122

    to:

    0614122

    ... and let us know the results. That should tell it that it has Satellite radio. The 0F module itself doesn't seem to need or support Coding.

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    Thanks Andy. I'll give it a try later or tomorrow.

    Meanwhile, I removed the XM module and I got the same error code. Or, in other words, there was no change. So that supports your suggestion.

    However, the Symphony head unit acknowledges the SAT radio, and I can get the preview channel. When I have tried to activate the module (through SiriusXM) it attempts to load the channels, but then goes back to the preview. So would the head unit keep the XM module from activating? I would have thought that was something that had something to do with the XM module or Sirius XM alone.

    Anyway, I'll give it a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesNYC View Post
    Address 56: Radio Labels:8J0-035-1xx-56.clb
    Part Number SW: 8E0-035-195-AC HW: 8E0035195AC
    Component: R Symphony2+ H06 0221
    Revision: 00H06000 Serial Number: AUZ1Z4G4446579
    Coding: 0610122
    Shop #: WSC 09108 444 58755
    VCID: 68932BA30A7AC955AD3A-5184

    1 Fault Found:
    01044 - Control Module Incorrectly Coded
    000 - -
    0610122
    0x?0xxx: Options 2
    +1 = Digital Sound System
    +2 = CD-Changer
    +4 = Satellite Radio

    That 56-Radio isn't coded for Satellite Radio. Did you try changing the coding to 0650122 yet?

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    So wait, do I want to change it to 0614122 as Andy suggests. Or 0650122 as Dana suggests?

    (the real problem with testing this that I have to call SiriusXM to try and get them to activate it. They are in the Philippines).

    Also, I am still puzzled as to how coding the head will allow the XM module to fully activate with SiriusXM. But, again, I'll test it and see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesNYC View Post
    So wait, do I want to change it to 0614122 as Andy suggests. Or 0650122 as Dana suggests?
    I'm with Dana. I think Andy got dyslexic on which digit needs the 4 added to its present value.

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesNYC View Post
    Also, I am still puzzled as to how coding the head will allow the XM module to fully activate with SiriusXM. But, again, I'll test it and see.
    Don't you need to read off some code from the radio's display to give to Sirius/XM to activate the received?

    -Uwe-

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