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Axxess AXLOC-CH4 2 Channel LOC Line Output Converter for select Chrysler/Dodge 2007-2021

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Axxess AXLOC-CH4 2 Channel LOC Line Output Converter for select Chrysler/Dodge 2007-2021

2 Channel LOC (Line Output Converter), for adding an amplifier for speakers or subwoofer. The system has a separate Gain Controller for adjusting the output level.

Note: A single pole double throw (SPDT) relay is recommended when installing multiple amplifiers.


  • Designed to provide (2) channels of low-level audio output from the factory system.
  • Allows for the installation of an amplifier for speakers or subwoofers.
  • Gain Controller included adjusting the overall output.
  • 12v-500mA remote wire activated with signal sense.
  • 55-watts per channel.

Vehicle Fitment:


  • 200 2011-2014
  • 300 2008-2010
  • Aspen 2008-2009
  • Sebring 2007-2010
  • Town & Country 2008-2017


  • Avenger 2008-2014
  • Caliber 2009-2012
  • Caravan and
  • Grand Caravan 2008-2020
  • Challenger 2008-2014
  • Charger 2008-2010
  • Dakota 2008-2011
  • Durango 2008-2013
  • Journey 2009-2010
  • Magnum 2008-2009
  • RAM 2009-2011

Interface Components

  • AXLOC-CH4 Wiring Harness
  • Gain Controller
  • 12v-500mA Remote Wire
  • Auxiliary Cable

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