|07-27-2014 10:16 PM|
This is a great question; I too have a 6 spd Wrangler and I would love to know if anyone has successfully used a flash of some kind (lock pick etc) to unlock backup camera functionality on their manual wrangler. I know that the lockpick website specifically says will NOT work on manual wranglers...
|07-23-2014 05:46 PM|
I've read for two days straight now regarding the installation of a 430 into my '13 Wrangler. Two questions remain unanswered:
#1: WILL the XAC flash permit the use of a backup camera on a 6-speed manual Wrangler.
#2: Will ANY aftermarket camera interface with any of the 430 units, or will I have to use the camera designated for the Jeep Commander (Or other Chrysler) for the 430 to work with the rear view camera.
My only reason for wanting the 430 head unit is for the backup camera. I can find an aftermarket head unit that will take a backup camera pretty easily and the steering wheel controls are an easy interface. But I REALLY want to retain the stock look.
|07-23-2014 12:06 AM|
I hope that information helps.
|07-22-2014 11:39 PM|
|07-22-2014 08:00 AM|
Last night I upgraded my RBZ from 8.03.02 to 10.00.11 (with the software ISO found here: Login | MyDrive - Ihr Schweizer Online-Speicher).
The install got through to the second stage (audio CPU updating) but hung/the progress bar never moved. However, upon rebooting the radio, it shows that the Application Version was updated to 10.00.11, while the audio CPU version stayed the same at 021210.
Once the radio rebooted, it came up with a Dodge logo on boot, and a Chrysler logo on the screen (radio, sat, etc). With that, two questions:
1) Has anyone had success getting their audio CPU to update in an earlier model RBZ? If so, what is the latest version available?
2) Any idea how to get the Jeep logo back? Some posts I've read said that while their radios booted with Dodge and came to a Chrysler screen, eventually this changed over to Jeep. Mine however, has not.
Any thoughts/help would be appreciated.
|07-21-2014 05:44 PM|
|nology||OEM parts has 2 different 430s on ebay. One compatible with sirius and one without. Price is almost a $200 difference. Is there anything else different?|
|07-10-2014 09:53 PM|
|wrix||You get the code by calling the dealership with your radio serial number and vin number. I actually left mine on the front for an annual inspection. Done free of charge.|
|07-09-2014 11:37 AM|
|OrangeJeepGuy||Would a P05091327AC work? I think they are from a Chrysler T&C.|
|06-06-2014 10:04 AM|
Ok, I've paid the price and read all pages of the forum.
I have a 2014 Rubi with the 130 system. Do I have anti theft? If so, how do I get the code so I can sell the unit?
I have Connectivity/Bluetooth and Sirus so what 430 (no-nav) unit do I need to look for? What year forward, high speed, etc?
|05-21-2014 06:10 PM|
So the Jeep arrived, and I picked it up late last night. Fast forward to this evening, and I'm taking apart my dash to install the new RBZ that I ordered earlier in the thread. Installation really was as simple as it was made out to be - no, really. If there is anyone reading this now or in the future, I can assure you, I am less mechanically inclined than you are, and yet I was able to accomplish this install in less than 20 minutes without any other instruction than that linked in the first post. There are 4 bolts for the dash, another 4 for the radio, unplug, replug, done. I highly recommend it if you think you might even possibly like it, just make sure you get the right radio (HIGH SPEED BUS) and the right mounting holes (left and right of the radio, not top and bottom). Cheers, and thanks again to everyone here that contributed. Cheers!
|05-20-2014 08:50 AM|
Thanks for all the info.
I just ordered JKU w/ Willys Wheeler W w/ 130S, connectivity and Alpine so I will be able to plug and play 430N eventually.
|05-11-2014 07:11 PM|
I just installed my 430 today, managed to luck out and get anti theft, upgrade able to the newest software and green backlighting.. Love it so far.
Now I just need to try and transfer my free year of Sirius and get my iphone to pair.. I don't think my jailbreak wants to play nice, another iphone paired just fine but my jailbroken one wouldn't connect.
|04-21-2014 08:14 PM|
Looks like I won that auction; now all I need is a Jeep to put it in! Thanks again to everyone that contributed to this thread, super helpful information.
|04-21-2014 12:00 PM|
|04-20-2014 10:14 PM|
I'd like to take a moment to say thanks for all the great information in this thread. I ordered a 2014 JKU Rubicon earlier this month (still waiting on the email etc.) and I ordered it with the crappiest radio (130) because the other radio options were so much more expensive I figured I could do aftermarket better and cheaper. After reading all 20 pages of this thread (and half of the thread linked in the initial posting), I think I'm going to just buy an RBZ unit and install it myself - I did purchase the connectivity group with the rubicon, so that won't be an issue, it should be plug and play, based on the information I have gleaned from these threads. I put a bid on this unit, not the cheapest, but good information and if it is, in fact, never used, should be right:
Mygig RBZ High Speed Media Center P05091327AE Sirius Satalite Radio New | eBay
If anyone could confirm, I'd sure appreciate it, but it looks like it'll be just right for my new JKU when it comes in, unless there's something about the 2014 models I have missed when reading the posts. Thanks guys for all the great information!
|04-02-2014 03:15 PM|
|RustyJK||Thanks Panther... decisions decisions, this is what happens when it takes forever for a Jeep to be born!|
|04-02-2014 02:36 PM|
|04-02-2014 02:34 PM|
I just picked up a 430 RBZ off ebay with a build date of June 2010... I don't have my Jeep yet so I can't throw it in to confirm but from what I have read in this thread the unit I have won't update to the Jeep logo and I can't upgrade past 10.xx software, correct?
If that is the case I think I may try to sell it and pick up one built in 2011 or 2012, after thinking about it I think I would rather have the black background/Jeep logos of the than I would the green backlights/blue background and chrysler logo, anyone have experience making that jump with any advice?
|03-21-2014 09:21 AM|
|03-20-2014 11:30 AM|
|REPPO||anyone here modify the one with top holes to fit in our Jeeps?|
|03-18-2014 11:56 AM|
|REPPO||I thought about that, but would rather sell it and get a new one that fits correctly. unless nobody buys it...then ill chop away.|
|03-18-2014 09:50 AM|
|Burger16b||You could always grim off the tabs and rig a way to fit it in. I did this with a 130 radio that had satellite before I got my 430.|
|03-18-2014 08:36 AM|
|REPPO||Guess ill just sell it. damn...good price too.|
|03-18-2014 08:35 AM|
|03-17-2014 05:16 PM|
So i just picked up a RBZ off ebay and the harness has the holes on top instead of on the side of the head unit. Am i screwed? Here is the one i picked up.
2011 2012 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee RBZ High Speed Sirius Radio CD DVD MP3 Player | eBay
|03-13-2014 08:01 PM|
Above advise suggests the USB port on the 430 unit just above the little 1/8 plug will charge and operate features on an iPhone
Does this sound correct
Please note I do not have " u connect "
|03-13-2014 10:45 AM|
|03-12-2014 10:08 PM|
I did order premium sound system and am enjoying sound now before the warm weather gets here and I take hard top off
Thank you much
I think if store where I ordered was more knowledgeable I might have ended up with connectivity and the 430 not all on them I had idea of exactly what I wanted
Posy rear s model Ac wheels tires up garaged air bags duel tops auto trans
I'm still stoked driving it
Love my jk
Thanks a bunch
|03-12-2014 09:49 PM|
A touch screen
A dvd player
A USB port on the radio
Not sure if that is worth $695 to you. If you ordered the Premium sound system, you are better off finding a used 430 or 430N (if you ordered Sirius) and installing it yourself. If you didn't order Premium sound, you are probably better off going aftermarket.
The Connectivity package provide a USB port inside the center console/armrest, along with bluetooth and such.
Now, my guess is that Jeep read the 430rbz thread and jumped in for the 2014 by offering it on the Sports. Of course they screwed it up early on by somehow only including ONE USB port (radio) when someone ordered Connectivity AND the 430rbz in a Sport. But outside of that snafu, if you ordered Connectivity and a 430/430N/730N, you got two USB ports.
|03-12-2014 09:40 PM|
Do you connect an iPod via the USB port and does the steering wheel also control the iPod or pandora
That's what I'm looking for the 430 unit to do
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