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    FM Stations along I95

    Hi there! I will be heading north on I95 from Florida to Massachusetts and would love to know if anyone knows the FM Stations where I can pick up Sirius along the way. I tried contacting Sirius directly and was told to look up all the city zip codes and program from there. Thank you!

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    You mean dead air stations so you can transmit your sirius to your radio?
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    Yes. Any ideas?

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    I live in MA and I can tell you 94.9 works well.

    For the rest of your trip, you can try using the siriusxm channel finder tool https://www.siriusxm.com/frequency

    I have done the I95 trip from Boston to Florida and I can tell you, we were changing the channel all the way down the coast. The best solution is to hard wire into your radio -- its not hard!
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    Thanks for the info ~ especially about the MA station. There's no way that I am going to search and enter all the possible zip codes for my trip to MA. I don't have enough time before I leave.

    Could you tell me more about the hard wiring? I'm not familiar with it.

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    Do you have a car radio with an AUX or regular 3.5mm headphone jack in the front of it? Maybe some kind of ipod plugin? What kid of car are we talking about? Stock or aftermarket head unit?
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    I've got an '03 Corolla - base model, nothing fancy. Factory radio.

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    You can always plug directly into the FM antenna. You have to be comfortable with accessing your antenna wire which plugs into the back of your radio; http://www.tss-radio.com/fm-direct-adapter-fmda25.html
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    Yes, you can put your SXM unit right on the frequency of a local station and receive no ingress from them at all, and whats more is that your satellite radio unit will not egress and interfere with your neighbors on the road trying to listen to their local FM station. Buy the tss-radio fmda25 linked to above of contact SiriusXM.

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