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Axxess AXTC-CH13 SWC and Data Interface Harness for Select 2004-Up Chrysler Vehicles
Axxess AXTC-CH13 Radio Replacement Interface for 2004-Up Chrysler Vehicles. When replacing the OEM radio with an aftermarket radio some features can be lost. Using Axxess AXTC-CH13 interface you can retain those features. This interface will also provide you navigation signal outputs ( parking brake, Reverse, and Speed sense). This interface is used in both on amplified and amplified models.
- Provides accessory power (10-amp)
- Provides wires for multimedia radios (park brake, reverse, speed sense)
- Retains audio controls on the steering wheel
- Can be used in both amplified and non-amplified models
- Retains balance and fade (non-amplified models only)
- Designed to be compatible with all major radio brands
- Auto detects vehicle type, radio connection, and preset controls
- Ability to dual assign steering wheel control buttons
- Retains memory settings even after battery disconnection or interface removal (non volatile memory)
- Provides illumination output
- Micro-B USB updatable
- AXTC-CH13 interface
- LD-SWCX-6502 harness
- LD-SWCX-6522 harness
- 3.5mm adapter
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