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New Siriusxm Satellite Radio V200 Connect Tuner For Car Ready Stereo Systems on 2040-parts.com

US $54.99
Location:

Rome, Georgia, US

Rome, Georgia, US
:

NEW SIRIUSXM V200 CONNECT VEHICLE TURNER

Features:

1. Connect, control, and enjoy SiriusXM through the vehicle's in-dash audio system

2. No additional cables/adapters needed

3. Compact size fully integrates and fits discreetly behind the dash

4. Pause, rewind and replay capabilities

5. Explore new radios and channels

6. Magnetic mount antenna

7. Installation guide included

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