There may be a break, weak point, or loose connection in the wiring between the SiriusXM antenna and the tuner. Or there could be the same issues in the wiring between the tuner and your stereo. This can affect the sound quality and it may cause the radio to cut out often.
Why does my audio cut in and out in my car?
One possibility is that your car battery is weak and can’t provide enough power to run the stereo at full volume. Another possibility is that the speaker wires are loose or damaged, causing the sound to drop out. Finally, it’s also possible that all the wires leading to your car radio are loose or damaged.
Why does my audio cut out every few seconds?
Defective hardware or improper network configuration can cause audio to cut in and out. If the problem occurs on one phone, the underlying cause can vary from equipment to network configuration. If audio cuts in and out on multiple phones, the issue is likely network related.
What to do if your audio keeps cutting out?
Turn off the Audio/Video (A/V) stereo receiver. Verify the speaker wires are properly connected to both the speakers and the A/V receiver. Turn off any nearby electronic devices that may be interfering with the speaker sound. Move the speaker wires away from any electrical cords.