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Axxess AXADBXH-CH1 Harness for Auto-Detect Interface AXADBX-1/AXADBX-2

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Axxess AXADBXH-CH1 Harness for Auto-Detect Interface AXADBX-1/AXADBX-2

The AXADBXH-CH1 harness is designed for, and must be used with, the AXADBX-1 or AXADBX-2 interface (sold separately). Please refer to the AXADBX-1 or AXADBX-2 for the 16-pin connector with stripped leads.

Product Information Sheet
Instruction Manual


  • Provides accessory power (12-volt 10-amp)
  • Maintains the retained accessory power (R.A.P.) feature
  • Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse, speed sense)
  • Pre-wired AXSWC harness (AXSWC sold separately)
  • Can be used in both amplified and non-amplified models
  • Retains balance and fade (To retain fade in amplified models, use the AXADBX-1)
  • Micro-B USB updatable

Vehicle Fitment:


  • 300 2005-2007
  • Aspen 2007


  • Caliber 2007-2009
  • Charger 2005-2007
  • Dakota 2005-2007
  • Durango 2004-2007
  • Magnum 2005-2007
  • Ram 2006-2008
  • Ram 2500/3500 2006-2009


  • Commander 2006-2007
  • Compass 2007
  • Grand Cherokee 2005-2007
  • Patriot 2007


  • Raider 2006-2007

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