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    Gotta make sure people know who he is....
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Gotta make sure people know who he is....
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    Awesome


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    So since I got the 430n off of peacemaker I have been really wanting to get the nav up and running since I misplaced my garmin for longer drives.

    So I gave one of my local jeep dealers a call and ordered a gps antenna for the unit. After waiting a few days for it I went to install it and realized that there is no stand alone gps plug in the back of the unit (should be a blue connection. Only have white for radio and yellow for sirus)
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    After speaking to the parts department again yesterday, I found out that the gps uses the sirus satellite radio antenna. Ordered up the new antenna and it now works!
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    If your jeep is as basic as mine is and didn’t come with satellite radio and you upgrade to a 430n rhb unit then this is the part number you will need
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    Congratulations on the title and sweet radio.

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    Ive thought about doing this for a long time just not super impressed with the factory unit. Not sure it’s worth it.


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    Cozdude's build of Knuckles

    That logo looks great on the screen like that. Nice job!


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Ive thought about doing this for a long time just not super impressed with the factory unit. Not sure it’s worth it.


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    I like having the garmin gps unit over the 730 model which has the mopar gps. I feel the garmin is easier to use and works much better. I think the 430n rhb unit is the way to go if you decide to go with factory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    I like having the garmin gps unit over the 730 model which has the mopar gps. I feel the garmin is easier to use and works much better. I think the 430n rhb unit is the way to go if you decide to go with factory.
    Looks good!

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    I like it


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