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  2. http://www.bestbuy.com/site/kenwood-apple-ipod-and-satellite-radio-ready-in-dash-receiver-black/4900976.p?skuId=4900976&cmp=RMX&ref=17&loc=11&CampaignID=833901&SubscriberID=485446900 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000J1FADM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 CD's are becoming obsolete, I just installed this and am loving it, connects 2 bluetooth devices at once so i can have my personal and work phone to take calls while listening to music/podcast on other phone. Hands free setup works great, plenty of power to my 6x9's that i installed too, ran new wire to get around the infinity rats nest. Stock rear speaks and a 500w amp and rockford fosgate punch 12" sub behind my seat keeps the cummins rattlin my brain at bay
  3. socket wedge 194, ebay or amazon for a couple bucks for 4
  4. i did the same and swapped in a LED bulb, most important gauge needs to be the brightest!
  5. that's how I avoid the old lady, no missed calls in my call log, sorry babe Verizon must be having some issues...
  6. you may have to unplug your batteries for a short time to try and reset the ctm, i had just the key and once the tamper honk had was triggered and never reset by the fob i could not start truck, well it would start and shut right off
  7. I want to disable the alarm system all together, as if no alarm feature. Is there a way to do that. I'm not happy with a truck that honks the horn constantly just for using a key in the door. wrap the ctm in foil like my post earlier, it blocks out the radio frequencies that are affecting the 3 honk tamper alarm. This is not a tin foil hat conspiracy, the suggested fix came from Chrysler
  8. take the CTM out, wrap in foil tape from home depot, never hear 3 honks again. The radio frequency dodge used was vulnerable to other radio devices such as keyfobs, police/fire radios, motion activated doors, etc and will trigger the tamper honk.
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