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USA SPEC (PA11-CHR) iPod to Factory Radio Wired Music Interface with AUX (RCA) Port for 99-06 CHRYSLER/DODGE/JEEP
- Plug & Play Installation: does Not require hard wiring of factory cables
- Play, Control, and Charge iPod & iPhones (30pin), requires additiona lightning to 30pin adaptor from Apple.
- Addition AUX port (left-right RCA) for any non-Apple devices
- Does Not Support iPad & iPad mini
- Not compatible for vehicles with Navigation, Satellite Radio, or DVD. External CD Changer must be disconnected.
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All USA SPEC models now comes standard with new iPod cable that fully charges all iPods, including the new 3G iPhone, new nano and new 2nd Gen iTouch. Users do not lose In Dash CD Changer functions of their existing radio system.
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By SM22 on September 9, 2016
Very easy dash pull to route the block/harness into radio behind to make if all work flawlessly
Good build quality, and happy so far !!!
That is with the build-in GPS and CD-Changer. CD-Changer was like mentioned unusable now.
Installation is easy.
The problem is that I don't see any songs title, artists, etc... on the display of my radio, and that's bit of a shame. Only seeing --.-- or something.
Another problem is that if I want to re-listen to the previous track and press down on seek button, when in random mode, you don't get the previous track but you get an another random track?
3rd problem is that ipod is locked and you can not choose your own playlist, song, album,... which is annoying.
Better looked for a replacement radio for the Jeep.
It's now a piece of junk in my car. I'm returning and going with a non-stock radio.