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Dodge Charger Uconnect Bluetooth Module And Uconnect Bluetooth Rearview Mirror on 2040-parts.com

US $200.00
Location:

Plainfield, Illinois, US

Plainfield, Illinois, US
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I have for sale a Uconnect mirror with built in mic and auto dimmer(MSRP OVER $300.00) with headliner half cable to plug to the connection at the pillar. ALSO INCLUDED IS THE OEM UCONNECT BLUETOOTH MODULE(MSRP $400.00) UCONNECT works with iphone 5, so you can speak to Siri through your audio system. Now you can send text and make phone calls by voice. Check weather and movie times without taking your eyes off the road.
This module fits many different years, makes and models. Check with your dealer for compatibility. Thanks for looking. Posted with eBay Mobile

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