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XM Satellite Radio Service
XM Satellite Radio Service gives digital radio reception
from coast-to-coast in the 48 contiguous United States,
and in Canada. Just as with FM, tall buildings or hills can
interfere with satellite radio signals, causing the sound to
fade in and out. In addition, traveling or standing under
heavy foliage, bridges, garages, or tunnels may cause
loss of the XM signal for a period of time.
Cellular Phone Usage
Cellular phone usage may cause interference with the
vehicle?s radio. This interference may occur when
making or receiving phone calls, charging the phone?s
battery, or simply having the phone on. This interference
causes an increased level of static while listening to
the radio. If static is received while listening to the radio,
unplug the cellular phone and turn it off.
Fixed Mast Antenna
The ?xed mast antenna can withstand most car washes
without being damaged as long as it is securely attached
to the base. If the mast becomes slightly bent, straighten
it out by hand. If the mast is badly bent, replace it.
Occasionally check to make sure the antenna is
tightened to its base. If tightening is required, tighten by
hand until fully seated plus one quarter turn.
XM? Satellite Radio Antenna
System
The XM Satellite Radio antenna is located on the roof
of the vehicle. Keep the antenna clear of obstructions
for clear radio reception.
If the vehicle has a sunroof, the performance of the
XM system may be affected if the sunroof is open.
Chime Level Adjustment
The radio is used to adjust the vehicle?s chime level.
To change the volume level of the chime, press and hold
pushbutton 6 with the ignition on and the radio power
off. The volume level will change from the normal
level to loud, and LOUD will appear on the radio display.
To change back to the default or normal setting,
press and hold pushbutton 6 again. The volume level
will change from the loud level to normal, and NORMAL
will appear on the radio display. Each time the chime
volume is changed, three chimes will sound to indicate
the new volume selected. Removing the radio and
not replacing it with a factory radio or chime module will
disable vehicle chimes.
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2009 GMC Canyon Owners Manual Summary of Content

XM Satellite Radio ServiceXM Satellite Radio Service gives digital radio receptionfrom coast-to-coast in the 48 contiguous United States,and in Canada. Just as with FM, tall buildings or hills caninterfere with satellite radio signals, causing the sound tofade in and out. In addition, traveling or standing underheavy foliage, bridges, garages, or tunnels may causeloss of the XM signal for a period of time.Cellular Phone UsageCellular phone usage may cause interference with thevehicles radio. This interference may occur whenmaking or receiving phone calls, charging the phonesbattery, or simply having the phone on. This interferencecauses an increased level of static while listening tothe radio. If static is received while listening to the radio,unplug the cellular phone and turn it off.Fixed Mast AntennaThe xed mast antenna can withstand most car washeswithout being damaged as long as it is securely attachedto the base. If the mast becomes slightly bent, straightenit out by hand. If the mast is badly bent, replace it.Occasionally check to make sure the antenna istightened to its base. If tightening is required, tighten byhand until fully seated plus one quarter turn.XM Satellite Radio AntennaSystemThe XM Satellite Radio antenna is located on the roofof the vehicle. Keep the antenna clear of obstructionsfor clear radio reception.If the vehicle has a sunroof, the performance of theXM system may be affected if the sunroof is open.Chime Level AdjustmentThe radio is used to adjust the vehicles chime level.To change the volume level of the chime, press and holdpushbutton 6 with the ignition on and the radio poweroff. The volume level will change from the normallevel to loud, and LOUD will appear on the radio display.To change back to the default or normal setting,press and hold pushbutton 6 again. The volume levelwill change from the loud level to normal, and NORMALwill appear on the radio display. Each time the chimevolume is changed, three chimes will sound to indicatethe new volume selected. Removing the radio andnot replacing it with a factory radio or chime module willdisable vehicle chimes.3-61