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SOunds? Adding Sirius (not IN dash) to a 2007 Camry?

Old 06-13-2018, 03:43 PM
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Default SOunds? Adding Sirius (not IN dash) to a 2007 Camry?

If this isn't the right part of the forum, let me know where I should go with my questions.

I'd like to add a SiriusXM unit to my 2007 Camry XLE, which I've had since it was a year old (it had 11K miles on it, then and its still low mileage). I just can't figure out WHERE to put the SiriusXM mounting base for the plug-in unit I want to use..

We've done this with my wife's 2009 Lexus RX350, and have it playing through the stero system. The base unit can be mounted on the floor in that model, as there's no SOLID divider/console between the front seats.
I know I can buy a new or used console unit that fits in the dash that has the SiriusXM system, but I'm not sure I want to go that route -- and I think I'd have to give up Bluetooth, which I like.
(We eventually bought an adapter for the unit already installed in my wife's Lexis, so that we didn't have to use an FM radio station... it's much nicer just working from the SiriusXM antenna.)

Where is the best place to mount the SiriusXM base (for the plug-in SiriuxXM satellite radio unit)?
Old 06-14-2018, 01:33 PM
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Most people mount it in the dash "cubby" hole.
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