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Old 11-13-2014, 04:53 AM
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Re: Rear DVD Entertainment

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I used the Apple one, works great. It is nice to have a plug, I brought our PS4 on a recent road trip and the kids were playing FIFA 15 against each other. When the oldest comes he plays Call of Duty online off the wifi on his phone. We don't get the wifi hotspot option with our Jeeps because ChryCo can't reach a agreement with our cell providers.


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Re: Rear DVD Entertainment

If savvy enough another option would be to order the US console back panel with the power port and add it to yours. You could also just buy a standard 12V power port and retrofit it to the space where the 120V plug is and hardwire it to a 12V and ground in the center console (be sure to fuse it). At least then you don't have to run cords / inverter all the way up to the center console to power what you need in the rear seat. I did something similar to my wife's 2010 GMC terrain which didn't have rear seat entertainment but I added a console mounted DVD player and bought the back panel off a Terrain that did and hard wired in the a/v inputs and power port.
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