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Old 08-08-2005, 11:36 AM   #1
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Default Jeep 2002 Liberty RAZ install questions

I am looking to install an USA-Spec Aux interface to connect an ipod type player to my system. If anyone knows, does the Sirius factory install kit for the Mopar RAZ plug into the 8-pin CD changer port or via RCA jacks?
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Old 08-08-2005, 01:44 PM   #2
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I am looking to install an USA-Spec Aux interface to connect an ipod type player to my system. If anyone knows, does the Sirius factory install kit for the Mopar RAZ plug into the 8-pin CD changer port or via RCA jacks?
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There are no RCA jacks on the RAz radio.
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I am looking to install an USA-Spec Aux interface to connect an ipod type player to my system. If anyone knows, does the Sirius factory install kit for the Mopar RAZ plug into the 8-pin CD changer port or via RCA jacks?
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There are no RCA jacks on the RAz radio.
Understood, question is; The interface addapter I am looking to add, takes the place of a CD changer. It then has two sets of RCA inputs. I am wondering, and can not find out, how the sirius reciever connects to the RAZ. Does it use the CD changer port. if so, amd the changer port is not available, does it have a mini or RCA outs to connect it to the interface. Sorry for the wording on this question!!!
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Take a look here... http://www.wjjeeps.com/sirius/sirius.htm

It looks like it uses the CD changer harness. It does look like you can use the oem CD changer woth the Sirius receiver though. They use a multiplex junction box to do this. You may be able to use the factory Sirius receiver and your iPod rather than the Sirius and factory CD changer. I'd give PAC a call and see if this has already been done before or not. www.pac-audio.com


Jeep/Mopar catalog... http://www.wkjeeps.com/brochures/2006_Mopar_Jeep.pdf
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