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Axxess AXRSEH-CH1 Chrysler/Dogde/Jeep/Volkswagon RSE Retention Harness 2008-up

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Axxess AXRSEH-CH1 Chrysler RSE Retention Harness 2008-up

The AXRSEH-CH1 is designed to provide an audio/video input to the factory overhead video screen from the aftermarket radio. The CHRYSAV is designed to work with the overhead video monitors that do not have the DVD player built in. This harness must be used along with an Axxess interface. 

Note: For models with a 3rd row RSE, only the 2nd row RSE will function.

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Product Information Sheet


  • Provides an audio/video input to the factory overhead video screen (RSE) from the aftermarket radio
  • Designed for overhead video monitors without a DVD player built-in
  • This harness must be used with an Axxess interface
  • Retains factory backup camera

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Aspen 2008-2009
  • Town & Country 2008-2017


  • Durango 2008-2013
  • Grand Caravan 2008-Up
  • Journey 2009-2010
  • Ram 1500 2009-2011
  • Ram 2500/3500 2010-2011


  • Grand Cherokee 2008-2013


  • 1500-2500-3500 2012


  • Routan 2009-2013

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