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Subaru Outback: Displaying satellite radio ID of tuner

When you activate satellite radio, you should have your satellite radio tuner ID ready because each tuner is identified by its unique satellite radio tuner ID.

The satellite radio ID will be needed when you activate satellite radio and receive satellite radio customer support. The satellite radio ID can be found on the audio display by tuning the channel to “000”.

Turn the “TUNE/TRACK/CH” dial to select the satellite radio channel.

NOTE

For Sirius, change the display to an indication mode other than the channel number after performing the above operation.

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