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Axxess AX-SSO Stop/Start Override Interface for Ford/Chrysler 2015-Up

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Axxess AX-SSO Stop/Start Override Interface for Ford/Chrysler 2015-Up

This patent-pending interface is designed to automatically disengage the STOP/START engine feature on select Ford and Chrysler vehicles, which may be bothersome to some people. Now installers can offer drivers the option to override or re-engage this feature automatically, whether they have a factory or aftermarket radio installed. The vehicle type is configured through the AXXESSUPDATER PC and a simple 4-wire installation is done at the radio location.


  • Allows the override of the STOP/START engine feature
  • The factory STOP/START button can resume the STOP/START feature
  • Can be used with either a factory or aftermarket radio
  • Vehicle type configured through the Axxess Updater software program
  • Simple 4-wire installation

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Pacifica 2017


  • Durango 2016-Up


  • Edge 2015-Up
  • Escape 2017-Up
  • F-150 2015-Up
  • Focus 2016-Up
  • Fusion 2015-Up


  • Cherokee 2016-Up
  • Gladiator 2020-Up
  • Grand Cherokee 2015-Up
  • Wrangler 2019-Up

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