Does that mean the cable goes into the glove box / box needs to be open?donsmith said:Offering true interface, the iPod attaches to the custom cable port located in the glove box. The iPod adaptor module is concealed under the vehicle dash, translating and then sending the signal to the vehicle's radio receiver.
Isn't that bad for an iPods battery? There was some issues with docks that had similar charging schemes, I don't know if any of the problems applied to the new 5/5.5G ipods or the iPod Nano models. I've been paranoid about leaving my iPod plugged in from all the crap I've read on ilounge, and other sites.While the iPod is connected to the cable port, it's continually charging - whether it's playing or turned off."
bump for this question... i've been waiting for this for a long timeVulnoX said:Sorry if I missed it, I scanned the message twice, it says "are available", but this is the first I have heard of it. If I went to a dealer could they get me information on installing this right now? Or is it something coming in the next month or so.
I found this page http://www.podcastingnews.com/2007/01/04/mopar-offers-ipod-integration-kits-for-most-chrysler-jeep-and-dodge-cars/jalenray said:Had car in for MORE warranty work yesterday, Checked wih parts AND service, both said they have not heard of a full integration kit and parts dept. only found the first kit listed which uses FM modulation and ipod controls. Nothing about the "can b" integrated kit. Typical dealer..if it's out there someone help us out with a part # if possible