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Axxess AXUSB-JP1 USB/AUX/HDMI 3 feet Dash Panel for Select 2015-Up Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep Vehicles

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Axxess AXUSB-JP1 USB/AUX/HDMI 3 feet Dash Panel for Select 2015-Up Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep Vehicles

Replace the knockout in Jeep vehicles that easily allows you to add HDMI, two USB's and 3.5mm Audio connection!
Install the AXUSB-JP1 in factory Jeep vehicles with rectangular cut-out. This panel jack fits most 2015 and up Jeep vehicles that have the factory Hub. The jack panel is designed to be used when replacing the factory radio and where you cannot retain the factory Hub due to the new radio. But now you can provide easy connections to your replacement car radio and have HDMI, Dual USB inputs, and 3.5mm audio input without ever touching the back of the radio.



  • To be used to replace the factory USB/AUX panel in certain Jeep vehicles
  • 3 feet in length
  • Enables you to conveniently mount the USB on the dash and make connections to the rear of the radio

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