Finally took the car in to check for CEL & P0420 code. Dealer found no functional problem, said they had a TSB to update PCM.
They reflashed PCM with new code, will have to wait & see. They charged $150 to diagnose it!
For the last few years I have been given a rate of $25 for a five month subscription. The hassle was that I had to call up on the day before the subscription expired to try to negotiate a similar rate again. If I waited until the last day, they would already have renewed me at the standard rate ($15.99/month). Then I would have to cancel and have them reinstate the special rate. My last subscription expired the day after Christmas, and I got an email from Sirius in November offering to extend my existing special rate for another five months. I didn't have to do anything--no threats of cancellation or negotiating with middle-level customer service agents. It made things pretty painless. The only problem is that when this subscription expires I have to call them up the day before again to renegotiate (unless they decide to offer me the same deal again)!
I will only continue to subscribe as long as I can keep getting the $5/month rate. I don't spend enough time in the car to justify spending any more on satellite radio. As long as they keep offering me that deal, I will probably keep subscribing.
Hey guys, I'm new here. Seeing if anyone has an answer to my question. I have '17 titanium model 2.0 ecoboost that I want to replace the blowoff valve to give my car that turbo hiss when it shifts. I've seen Youtube videos for replacing/adding extension for the blowoff valve for the '17 sport model (blow off valve not the same or in same place) and every other fusion model that was made BEFORE 2017. on the 2016 titanium model the valve is right behind the front passenger tire and I can't find it on my car. Also searching the web I couldn't find exactly what valve it was that I would need either. I think I figured it out (same one that goes in 2.0 eco boost for the focus) also is the air that gets released (the hissing noise I'm referring to) does that compressed air get put right back into the engine? hence no hissing noise? Anyone with some answers would be awesome. Thanks
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2-3 hours a year?? Totally not worth it. We have it on 95% of the time we’re in the car usually on an oldies station (60s, 70s, 80s).
I’ve heard they stopped doing the discounts even if you threaten to cancel.
Are there any statistics out there regarding the number of car owners who have Sirius XM equipped radios, that keep up their subscriptions once they have to start paying for them? I've kept mine up for eight years now, although I swear every year will be the last time. Every year, I have to call Sirius and threaten to cancel my subscription, then they come back with a "discounted offer" and I accept it. But in light of the fact, I probably don't listen to the radio over 2-3 hours a year total, it's still not a bargain. Just curious how many others out there are still paying for the service.