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Old 06-10-2017, 07:18 AM   #1
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hi I have a 2010 Cherokee limited CRD and am fitting an android in-car entertainment system ATOTO M4 series system and I have bought a couple of harnesses some a waste of money and one that fits the in car block connector but I need to know what wire is what to wire it up to the radio help would be appreciated
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If you haven't cut into the factory harness yet, your wires should match color for color. You'll also need a CANBUS interface that will communicate with the car's computer, which is required on most Chrysler products 2005 and newer.
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thanks for the reply I have researched and got canbus interface but just doesn't look right to me and there seems to be a lot more wiring on the existing harness compared to canbus and don't want to damage new radio by it not being correct.
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I'd suggest looking at swapping the radio that's in your Jeep for a factory radio with GPS navigation (any of the My Gig/U Connect/Media Center units)... you'll just have to have the radio pre-programmed for your Jeep, but it's Plug-'n'-Play so no wiring would have to be done.... it's either that or get it done professionally if you're worried about not getting it right.
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I have already bought an android media unit but I must admit sounds like a good plan do you have a web site for me to ponder over my options and again thanks for the advice
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Based on the fact that you may be from outside the U.S. (because the CRD wasn't available in North America after 2008 and your GC is a 2010), I wouldn't want to recommend a North American unit to put into your Jeep, so I'm going to direct you to wkjeeps.com, so at least you wouldn't have to mess with the wiring, and only programming, and the site says this:

"To date, three different versions of the MyGIG radio have been released in North America, models RER (with navigation), REN/RBZ (without navigation, and with or without Satellite radio) and REU (with navigation and remote display screen). Model REU is currently available only in the all-new 2009 Dodge Journey. MyGIG radios use two different Bus systems, high speed and low speed. Vehicles designed for a high-speed electrical bus will not work on a vehicle with a low-speed bus, and vice versa. See the MyGIG radio parts, software and accessories reference page for more information on the different versions of the MyGIG radios.

The european versions of RER radios use the sales code REW. South Africa, Middle East "GCC", Australia, and New Zealand are model "REP".

There is no european version of the REN radio. South Africa, Middle East "GCC", Australia, and New Zealand versions of REN radios use the sales code "REZ"."

In other words, depending on which country you live in, anything but the REU will fit your Jeep fine.

http://wkjeeps.com/wk_nav_2.htm

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I will be busy the next couple of weeks researching and contacting people to see if for starters they deliver to the UK,and I have to say that is a great link its more information on that one site than all the places I have visited online in the last month.
I cant thank you enough for your time and good advice I really appreciate it
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