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Peripheral Chyah05 Chrysler Radio Replacement Interface 2004 2005 &up Dodge Jeep on 2040-parts.com

US $35.00
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athens,attiki, default, Greece
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:peripheral Country/Region of Manufacture:China Manufacturer Part Number:CHYAH05

 Features

Overview: The CHYAH05 is designed to allow the replacement of a factory radio with an aftermarket head-unit in select 2004-up model Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles. This interface module provides a time saving professional head-unit installation while retaining full use of the factory amplifier and speaker system. The interface provides Accessory output, Reverse signal, Park light signal, Vehicle speed and Parking brake outputs.

Vehicle Compatibility: The CHYAH05 is the perfect plug-and-play solution when installing an aftermarket navigation radio in your Chrysler, Dodge or Jeep vehicle. The CHYAH05 is compatible with the following Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles which feature a factory REF, REC, RAQ or RAK series radio (this will be indicated on the front of the factory radio.
Dodge     Chrysler  Jeep
2005-2007 Charger     2005-2007 300     2005-2007 Commander
2005-2007 Magnum     2007-2008 PT Cruiser     2005-2007 Grand Cherokee
2006-2008 Ram     2007 Aspen     2007-2008 Compass
2005-2007 Dakota     ----------------     2007-2008 Patriot
2004-2007 Durango     ----------------     ---------------
2006-2008 Caliber     ----------------     ---------------

            Note: In Premium Amplified Systems, only two input channels can be used from the aftermarket radio, therefore there will be no fading capability of the aftermarket stereo

Installation: The CHYAH05 provides the necessary connections for an easy installation of an aftermarket navigation and non-navigation head unit in select 2004 and up Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles. The interface's small enclosure fits easily behind the radio inside the dash. To retain your factory vehicles steering wheel controls the PAC SWI-CAN or SWI-CAN2 (sold separately) and a radio model specific SWI-series interface (sold separately) is required.

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