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Old 04-02-2008, 03:58 PM   #1
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Hey guys, have to replace my XM ant. again. I'm gonna mount it inside this time so do I place it on rear deck or somewhere on front dash? Hope to do this for the last time
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Mounting it on the inside will be fine, and you should not have any reception problems.

Ever since I started doing it this way, I haven't had a customer come back yet with an antenna issue.
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Hey chris, sounds good. I'll find a spot in the center of my dash close to the windshield.
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