art_pena2323 said:I am thinking about buying a Charger. I have been reading the specs on the radio and it says it has an auxillary input jack. My armada has one and I can plug my IPOD into it. Does the Charger have one and where is it located? Thanks for your input..
Mopar is still planning the introduction of the accessory package that will allow the installation of the iPod into the glove box and use the radio controls to operate it. Currently, the factory base radio (REF) has had a running change to it. It now has aux inputs on the face of the radio, so you can plug an iPod into it. You still have to operate the iPod controls, but it will play thru the vehicle speaker system. As of right now, this is only being offered on the base radio. I guess they figure if you're using an iPod, you don't want 6 discs, but that's jusy my guess. Doesn't help we souls with the nav radio. Peace.beezn said:I heard mopar was making an Ipod adapter for release in the first quarter of '06 (anyone have some info on this?). Until then I'd be lookinghere it can controll the ipod using the steering wheel controlls to go through playlists and tracks while displaying the song info. it works on all radios for the lx's. and it can also be programed into the AUX unit to kill the "nag" screen on your NAV system.
No, no trim level difference. I'm not sure when the 'running change' took place. Could be yours was built before the change.swiater4 said:When you say base radio, you mean the single cd radio right? Because I have that one and there is no aux plug. Maybe it only comes in the SE models. I have the SXT and no plug... :sad:
I couldn't find the thread so maybe it was over at lxforums instead of over here at chargerforums. There was a thread that indicated initial radios didn't come with the aux jack but, as indicated, there was a change and new ones do. I recall the person went back and got the dealership to replace radio with the new version...(it was on the sticker after all). Hopefully someone else also read this and can post the link.nate1602 said:No, no trim level difference. I'm not sure when the 'running change' took place. Could be yours was built before the change.
I'd guess it could change the cd's in a trunk mounted changer from mopar as no other changer will work.swiater4 said:just checked the sticker and all it said was am/fm radio cd w/changer control. What is the changer control? My radio looks like the picture on the right.
Changer controls were for trunk mounted multi disc changers. The can bus radio, which except for the single disc REF, are all 6 disc CD radios. Because of that, Chrysler has no multi disc changer for any can bus radio. Leave it to them to still mention it. :asleep:swiater4 said:just checked the sticker and all it said was am/fm radio cd w/changer control. What is the changer control? My radio looks like the picture on the right.