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Old 06-27-2012, 08:39 PM
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Satellite radio antenna

I'm in the process of removing my stock radio out of my 2012 F-250 (Sync system with Sirius satellite radio, fm radio, cd changer) and installing a Pioneer navigation system. My question is do they make an adapter that adapts the connector of the factory satellite radio antenna to fit the Pioneer connection on the Pioneer navigation units ? I would like to utilize the existing antenna if possible instead of having to run all the wiring for the antenna that came with the Pioneer.
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Can't do the math without a model# on the Pioneer.
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Can't do the math without a model# on the Pioneer.
Sorry, it the AVIC F90BT, which uses a separate satellite receiver that connects to the head unit which is the GEX-P920XM
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I used my stock antenna with a Pioneer receiver ('08 F250). The stock antenna had a square plastic fitting around a circular connector. The Pioneer receiver had a circular female connector. I had to cut the square plastic from around the circular male connector on the stock antenna.
After the plastic was cut away, the antenna fit right into the Pioneer receiver.
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Found one, see this other thread I posted on the subject.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...2-f-250-a.html
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