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06-23-2008 01:58 PM
debruins i read ur post four times and am still confused

i think its safe to say most of us on here hate electronic stuff and prefer mechanical stuff, honestly you might be better off just going and asking your dealer
06-23-2008 11:34 AM
whiteyj I remember when a radio was a radio and only received AM! All this technology will never last.
06-23-2008 11:24 AM
Beowulf No this would be for a 2006 Unlimited.

The RB1 is the Navigation Radio and it takes a Navtec CD/DVD to run the actual navigation piece. The JK uses the MyGig. I'm not sure if it uses the data disk or not.

I was just wondering what the differences between model numbers of the RB1 for TJs would give me. Is there a difference in firmware items like Time display or ability to use Sirius or iPod integration...etc.
06-23-2008 10:59 AM
debruins idk what a nav CD is so im gonna assume this is a JK question and should be in the JK section no the TJ

is your jeep newer than a 2007?
06-23-2008 10:48 AM
RB1: Differences in Model Numbers

RB1: Differences in Model Numbers

Does anyone know the difference between model numbers? For example what makes a model ending in AI so much different than an AE, besides the fact that it is newer? If I just use the newest Nav CD will everything be the same?

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