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Old 12-11-2014, 11:10 PM
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RER to RHR questions

I know this topic has been beaten to death on these forums, however I can not find any questions or answers to what I am about to point out in regards to these decks...

I have a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland with the RER. I want streaming blu tooth audio so I bought an RHR off eBay. But when it arrived I found some key differences making it unusable.

First of all, the mounting holes on the RHR are on the sides, but the mounting holes in my Jeep require my deck to have the holes on the top and bottom.
(Which is what my deck has) - can the plastic trim with holes be swapped?

Second, my car has a wire with a blue plug connector that is identical to the green (SAT?) and white (am /fm) connectors.

I've tried to find diagrams showing what the blue connector does and I'm finding conflicting info. Some diagrams show the blue as being GPS, and some as the rear camera input.
I assumed it was for the back up camera and perhaps the 2012 Avenger the RHR came out of didn't have a camera. But I'm still unsure.

Can someone PLEASE tell me the exact model number of RHR I need to FIT the dash of a 2011 Grand Cherokee Overland AND has all the appropriate inputs for GPS / SAT / rear cam?

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Re: RER to RHR questions

You purchased a "Low Speed Bus" radio when you need a "High Speed Bus" unit. The Avenger does not cross mount with a 2012 Grand Cherokee. Go to WK2Jeeps.com and look under the radio tab it shows you what you need to know to swap in a RHR radio.
http://www.wk2jeeps.com/wk2_radios_2..._nav.htm#RHRUP
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Re: RER to RHR questions

For adding Bluetooth to the existing unit:
iCarKits - BEECR-35
OR if unit is with factory amplifier:
iCarKits - BEECR-35P
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