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Old 11-26-2012, 05:41 PM
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Aftermarket radio question

I currently have the 130 w/uConnect installed in my '12 JKU. I want to install a head unit with Navigation. While I prefer the stock look, I do not want to pay $700+ for the 430N or 730N. So, I am lookig at aftermarket options. I want to keep my steering wheel controls and the USB port in the center console operational. What options do I have?

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Not sure on being able to keep the aux input where it is but a large number of units have usb and aux inputs on the front or the rear. To keep the steering wheel controls they make adapters for that.

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If your warranty is still valid you probably don't have to many options with a aftermarket hu.? I would check with the STEALER? If not valid then be careful with installer you could be messing with the air bags.
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all the wires related to the air bag are far away from any of the audio/video wires and well protected.

the only thing that might involve the warranty is any audio problems like a blown speakers that may not even be covered under warranty.

any install shop should have insurance to cover any problems they create, and will diagnose the problem and fix it under they're dime.

for a decent headunit you are looking around spending $400-$550 or even up to $1000. it really depends on the options you want.
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