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Old 07-10-2018, 04:54 PM
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Question 2007 CX90 Sirius RDAR Location!

Greeting All,

Recently purchased a 2007 XC90 with - I assume - factory-installed Sirius XM. The previous owner told me the "the radio fuse is draining the battery." She removed the fuse and the battery drain stopped.

I assume this is the well-documented Sirius XM drain. Where is the Sirius RDAR located on this model? I purchased the fiber optics "loop brace" to rectify the issue. The Sirius box was not in the passenger or driver side compartments in the cargo, nor under the floorboard in the cargo. Ideas?

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