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I know this has been discussed hundreds of times, and I've searched and read quite a few posts but I'm still unclear on if this will work in my 2015.

Its a 430 RBZ out of a 2010 Challenger. He says he thinks it's a low speed.



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I found this list in a different thread as compatible.

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The number on his radio is not on this list but want to make sure. He only wants $150, so I dont want to pass on it until I'm sure.
 

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If it really is out of a 2010 Challenger it is a low speed. Navrepair.com can convert it to a high speed but it is $199 plus shipping both ways.

You're probably better off spending a bit more for a high speed. Be sure to verify the color of the backlighting before you buy a used one...ask me how I know.
 

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2011 was the year when it all changed over, or did it vary by vehicle in the FCA family?
It depends on model whether it's high or low speed, not year. Jk's have always been high speed.
Jk's also need the mounting holes to be on the sides of the radio. Some have them on top and bottom.
 
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