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Old 09-28-2016, 01:32 PM
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130 to 430N upgrade ...

Looking to upgrade my 130 to a 430n or something ..
I currently have sirius, bluetooth and the Alpine 9 speaker system. After looking at most of the aftermarket products, I think I would like to stay with an OE radio. The 430N looks to be the best fit for me but I have a few questions.
I would like to add a back up camera and Nav. I am not sure if the current sat antena is dual for sat and nav, so how do I tell. Also where would I plug in a rear camera? If there is anything I am missing then please fill me in.
Thanks in advance.

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Looking to upgrade my 130 to a 430n or something ..
I currently have sirius, bluetooth and the Alpine 9 speaker system. After looking at most of the aftermarket products, I think I would like to stay with an OE radio. The 430N looks to be the best fit for me but I have a few questions.
I would like to add a back up camera and Nav. I am not sure if the current sat antena is dual for sat and nav, so how do I tell. Also where would I plug in a rear camera? If there is anything I am missing then please fill me in.
Thanks in advance.
So FYI I just did this a couple months ago. I don't know anything about your jeep. If it is newer like 12 or 13+ it should be a combo antenna. if older, it may not. I'm not sure the exact years they did this.

Other than that you just unplug your old radio and plug the new one in (watch out for security codes if you get a newer radio)

the camera situation is harder, you can find plenty of info on that by searching the forum. You essentially have 3 ways you can do it.

1. buy a cheap camera + Chrysler video retention cable + RCA coupler off amazon, and install it. then take it to a dealer and try not to get charged an ungodly amount to have them "flash" your computer to turn it on.

2. buy a kit with a device that allows you to input cameras into your factory 430/730 radio. Navtec or lockpick I believe are the big ones. some come with camera and stuff, some don't.

3. pay a car audio video place to do it all for you.

I would guess these are in order of least to most expensive.

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Thanks for the reply. Will do more research on the aftermarket stuff too.
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Thanks for the reply. Will do more research on the aftermarket stuff too.
Absolutely, take it all in before you plunk down any money. It will cost you a fair amount no matter what since you want to replace your 130 anyways. Someone just posted about an updated Kenwood the other day that was awesome looking. And compared to some other radios, not Crazy expensive.
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