No problem here either. Could you possibly be hitting the steering wheel controls accidently while you are driving? Maybe there is something wrong with the steering wheel control switches that causes this to happen while you are driving. ???
I have had this issue from day 1. It seems to only effect the SLT's that have the Bose option. When I took the Acadia in for the first oil change, I mentioned the radio changes stations randomly and also has a whine in the speakers. The whine will change pitch with RPM's. We checked out 3 other SLT's with the Bose and Two without the Bose. Non-Bose = no problems.
So far no Fix from GM that I know of. Sound like a loose ground or a cold solder joint...
I have had this problem once, the XM stations were changing at random, no kids in the back, no luggage pushing buttons. I looked at the car beside us at the traffic light to see if they had a remote pointed at our car, nothing there either. Sounds like RPM frequency/bad solder joint. I do have the Bose.
My wife told me she said this happened just once a couple of weeks ago, but she is not sure if she hit the steering wheel controls. Only have 1800 miles on the car so I am hoping it was an anomoly and not something we will see again.
Anyone have an update or have experienced it all the time? ???
I have been experiencing this the past few days. The volume went up randomly a few days ago and today all the stations kept changing. I would change the band from am to fm and it would be on a different channel every time. Very strange.
Mine been doing this for a few days now.Either driving or just sitting in the garage. Seems to change stations going either up one or down one from what ever I have it on.Either xm or fm doesnt matter.Weird when it changes and then changes back just before you hit the button.