7049 Valjean Ave.              Tel: 818-785-8085
Van Nuys, California 91406        Fax: 818-782-5939

 

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                        Chrysler Navigation DVD Changer Radio Display Repair

We repair all models of Chrysler  and Dodge  GPS  CD Changer  DVD Player

If you do not see the model of your unit here please call 
818-785-8085

 2007 to  2008        Caliber
     Compass                   Patriot Ram Pick Up
Aspen 

2005 to 2007
         300
       Aspen
       Caliper
      Charger                 Commander     Durango
Grand Cherokee
Magnum 
Ram Pick up         

        2004 
     Durango

 

                      chrysler navigation

 

 Navigation REC series
 6 Disc Changer
 Sirius, MP3 Player, AM/FM Radio
 5.8" TFT Display, DVD ROM
P56038646AL
P5064184AD 

            Removal $ Installation Video Guide

 

 

       Chrysler / Dodge Navigation
                 CD  Changer

                     2005 to 2009

               Repair Joystick: $185.
           Repair LCD Display: $300.
                        
               

   All other Repair Cost: $185. to $550. 

           Please Remove Your Music Discs from
           CD Changer prior shipping..

               Shipping Instruction

 

2007 & UP Wrangler  
Nitro 
Sebring 
Avenger

2008 & UP Aspen 
300 series 
minivans 
Sebring 
Avenger 
Challenger 
Charger 
Dakota 
Durango 
Magnum 
minivans 
Dodge Nitro 
Commander   Jeep Liberty 
Wrangler
Cherokee

2009 & UP Caliber 
Challenger  
Journey 
Ram 1500  
Compass 
Patriot 

 

         MyGIG Navigation

  Specifications
 
  Compatibility

 Error Messages

MyGIG Navigation:

 

82211471AB  
82211473AC 

 

MyGIG Without Navigation: 

 

05064244AG
05064245AA
05064758AB
05064759AB
05064242AH
05064243AF

 

 Repair Cost: $185.00 to $550.00

    Chrysler
Town & Country
     Dodge
    Caravan

6 DVD Changer 

 

       Chrysler DVD Player

Note: If your DVD is stuck inside the unit, do not try to remove the disc. Most of the time the DVD mechanism gets damaged in the process and it would cost more to fix it.

 

       Chrysler Dodge
      Town & Country, Caravan 

 

Common problems:
No Eject, No Load, No play DVD

 

 

      
   P04685932AA
   P04685932AB
   P04685932AC
   P05094033AA
   P05094033AB
   P05094033AC
   P05094033AD

 

 

       Repair Cost: $185.  to  $295. 

 

 

    Pacifica
  2004 & Up

 

 

 

                 chrysler dvd changer

Note: If your DVD is stuck inside
the unit, do not try to remove the
disc. Most of the time the DVD
mechanism gets damaged in the process and it would cost more to fix it.

 

 

      

   Chrysler  Pacifica 
      In-Dash 6-Disc
       DVD Changer

 

  Common Problems:
No Eject, No Load, 
No Play DVD   

     Repair Cost:
  $185. to $295.

 

                                    
     Pacifica 
  2004 to 2008

           chrysler dvd changer

 

 

Note: If your DVD is stuck inside the unit, do not try to remove the disc. Most of the time the DVD mechanism gets damaged in the process and it would cost more to fix it. 

 

 

   Chrysler DVD Changer
   
      P05094031AD
      P04685908AE
      P05094033AA

 

 

     Repair Cost: $185. to $295.

 

2007-2007 300
2007-2007 300 SRT8
2007-2007 300C

                  Chrysler radio in dash cd changer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Chrysler 300 / 300C AM / FM Stereo
With 6-Disc CD / MP3 and Cassette Player 2007

 

     82210906AB

 

      Repair Cost:
  $185.00 To  $275.00

 

 

 
2006-2007 300
2006-2007 300 SRT8
2006-2007 300C

 

 

                  Chrysler radio cd 0509117AE

 

 

 

 

 Mopar OEM Chrysler 
 300 / 300C RAQ  AM / FM Stereo
With 6-Disc CD / MP3 Player 2006-07

 

 

      05091175AE
      05091176AD

 

    Repair Cost: $185.00 To  $275.00

 

 
2005-2007 300
2005-2007 300 SRT8
2005-2007 300C

 

                  Chrysler radio cd player 05064171AH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Mopar OEM Chrysler 300 / 300C REF
AM / FM Stereo With CD Player 2005-2007

 

 

    05064171AH
    05064173AK

 

 

     Repair Cost: $125.00 to $185.00

 


 

 
2008-Up 300
2008-Up 300 SRT8
2008-Up 300C

                  chrysler MY GIG CD DVD touch screen05064242AH

 

 

 

 

 

   MyGIG Without Navigation 
300 / 300C REN  Touch Screen Stereo With CD / DVD
AM/FM
Player 08-Up

                                 

05064245AA
05064758AB
05064759AB
05064242AH
05064243AF
 05064244AG 
   Repair Cost: $185.00 to $345.00

 

 
2008-Up 300
2008-Up 300 SRT8
2008-Up 300C

                 chrysler radio 6 disc cd dvd player05064923AF

 

 

 

 

 

 Mopar OEM Chrysler 300 / 300C REQ AM FM Stereo 
 6 Disc CD / DVD 

      05064923AF

 

 

      Repair Cost:  $185.00 to $275.00

 

 
2008-Up 300
2008-Up 300 SRT8
2008-Up 300C

 

                Chrylser radio cd mp3 05064410AD

 

 

 

 Mopar OEM Chrysler 300 / 300C RES AM / FM Stereo With CD / MP3 Player 08-Up

     05064410AD

 

      Repair Cost:  $125.00 to $185.00

 

       

1999 to 2001 Chrysler 300M
 1998 to 2001 Concorde
 1998 to 2001 LHS
 2001 PT Cruise
 2000 to 2001 Sebring
 2001 to 2002 Town & country
                           Plymiuth Voyager
                           Avenger
                           Dakota
                           Durango
                           Caravan
 1998 to 2001  Interpid
 2000 to 2001 Neon & Stratus
 1999 to 2001 Jeep
                             
    

    P05091570AD

 

     In dash radio 4CD  or 6CD 
 with 2 (7 pin plug)

 

 

       Repair cost: $125.00 to $250.00

 

 

 

           REC NAVIGATION Specifications & Features:

REC Navigation Radio has a Large, 5.8", full color display (TFT LCD) technology for easy viewing in daylight or darkness with a full map display and visual and turn-by-turn voice guidance. Included is the one DVD ROM map data disc which covers all of the mapped 48 U.S. States and parts of Canada. This radio also includes a 6-disc CD/MP3 player (can be used in navigation mode) and 12 AM/FM preset channels and 12 SIRIUS Satellite Radio presets. (Because this radio has a larger faceplate than the radio it would be replacing, you would have to order it elsewhere to complete the installation of this radio. The bezel is NOT included.) This unit also works with rear seat factory VES systems. (If you are replacing a head unit that was previously connected to a factory installed stock VES.)

 

SIRIUS SATELLITE

Sirius radio offers first traffic & weather report which provides the most frequent and in depth reports for the most congested cities across the country-over 20 major metro areas. This radio has free activation, digital quality sound, over 120 channels of digital programming coast to coast, 65 commercial free channels of music and over 50 channels of news, sports and entertainment. (Sirius satellite receiver kit, antenna kit and monthly satellite radio service subscription are NOT included in this auction.)

U-CONNECT

U-Connect allows you to dial their wireless phone using simple voice commands and includes exclusive voice-activated, hands free, in-vehicle communications system. U-Connect utilizes a small control pad, microphone and speaker which encourages safe vehicle operation and doesn't compromise driver control and even mutes the radio before receiving or sending a call. U-Connect also stores up to 32 names in the system's phone book. (U-connect requires a bluetooth hands-free profile wireless phone and an installation kit which is not included)

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MyGIG Navigation Specifications and features:

GPS Navigation: (Models RER and REU only)

  • Hard drive (HDD) based navigation (data pre-loaded)
  • Flip-down motorized display
  • Full map & TBT display
  • Point-of-interest listing
  • Real time traffic updates via Sirius
  • Turn-by-turn route guidance
  • Voice activated destination input
  • 2D & 3D Bird�s eye view of road

LCD Display:

  • 6.5� TFT display (400 x 240 pixels)
  • Touchscreen LCD
  • Flip down Motorized Display
  • Enhanced graphics

Data File Transfer/Storage:

  • 2007 RER models: 20 GB HDD for Nav, Photo, Music (7 GB available for storage)
  • 2008-up RER models: 30 GB HDD for Nav, Photo, Music (17 GB available for storage)
  • 2007-up REN models: 20 GB HDD for Nav, Photo, Music (7 GB available for storage)
  • USB 2.0 port interface
  • JPEG photo viewer
  • Customizable screen background using your own photos
  • Music file transfer
  • CD/DVD to HDD

Integrated Music Juke Box:

  • Supports Gracenote Music file management system
  • Ability to Rip and store music to HDD via CD or USB

Integrated Radio Receivers:

  • 12 AM/12 FM station presets
  • 12 satellite radio presets (when equipped)
  • Bass, treble, balance, fade control and mid-range
  • Bi-directional radio seek
  • CD changer controls
  • Dual base band satellite radio receiver (Sirius)
  • Dual FM tuner
  • Electronically tuned
  • Optimized AM tuner
  • World tuner support

Audio / Video Entertainment System:

  • Supports three simultaneous audio output sources
  • Supports two simultaneous video output sources
  • Displays video output on radio headunit display
  • Capability to play and control DVD audio/video from headunit or external DVD player
    (Note: Certain state laws mandate that the Front Seat Video feature, on vehicles so equipped, be disengaged. See information below.)
  • Recorder for AM, FM, SIRIUS, DVD Drive, auxiliary input, and microphone

Single Compact Disc player:

  • Track seek and scan, forward and reverse
  • Display for elapsed time, track and disc disc selection
  • MP3/WMA capability � CDs containing MP3/WMA-encoded files can be played
  • Shock-resistant vibration-dampened mounting
  • Ignition-off disc ejection capability

Integrated Voice Dialogue System (SDS):

  • Command and control of Audio, navigation and Phone functions
  • Large vocabulary
  • Pop-up dialog display
  • Adaptive voice learning capability
  • Automatic phonetic transcription (G2P)
  • Seamless Voice Tree
  • Supports English, French, Spanish for U.S.

Other:

  • UConnect� communications system, integrated (model RER only)
  • Bluetooth connectivity (model RER only)
Dealer instructions for front seat video enable/disable:

1. Connect the StarSCAN�.
2. From the Home Screen, enter �ECU View�.
3. Select �Radio�.
4. Select �Misc. Functions�.
5. Select �Enable/Disable Front Seat Video�.
6. Select �Enable� or �Disable� as desired.
7. Select finish to exit.


Gracenote� database

The Gracenote� database will recognize 100,000 CDs, but it cannot recognize newly released CDs that came out after the database was installed. Future software updates will add to the database. The first update to the Gracenote database is due in late March 2008.


In-motion restrictions

For safety reasons, certain features such as video playback, parts of the address book, and the keyboard to enter information are locked out when the vehicle is in motion. Drivers can use the voice recognition feature, however.


Traffic Message Channel

The Traffic Message Channel (TMC) is provided by SIRIUS�; owners must have a valid subscription for it to work. For more information see Wikpedia's Traffic Message Channel page.

 

MyGIG is not compatible with the following Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles:

  • All 2006 and prior models

     

  • All 2007 models except Wrangler, Nitro, Sebring and Avenger

     

  • The following 2008 models:

    Chrysler Pacifica
    Chrysler PT Cruiser
    Dodge Caliber
    Dodge Ram
    Dodge Viper
    Jeep Compass
    Jeep Patriot

     

  • The following 2009 models:

    Chrysler PT Cruiser
    Dodge Viper
    Dodge Ram 2500, 3500

 

MyGIG Troubleshooting

 

  • For safety, some features (video playback, some parts of the address book, and the keyboard to enter information) are locked out when the vehicle is in motion. Drivers can use the voice recognition feature, however.

     

  • The voice recognition system is designed to work with the windows up, the HVAC fan on Off or Low, and the user speaking in a normal tone. It will not work as well if the windows are down, the fan is on high, or if the driver speaks in low tones. If the voice recognition system has trouble understanding a user, he/she can train it using a short procedure. See the navigation Owner�s Manual.

     

  • MyGIG radios designed for a high-speed electrical bus will not work on a vehicle with a low-speed bus, and vice versa. (Nothing will be damaged, but the system will not work.)

     

  • The use of a StarSCAN to retrieve and change additional radio settings may be required. For example, if a vehicle�s backup camera does not display, the radio may not know that the vehicle has a camera. Conversely, if the radio thinks there�s a backup camera when there isn�t, the screen may display static when the vehicle is put into reverse.

     

  • Emergency eject of stuck discs - Homemade CD-Rs or DVD-Rs that were poorly formatted may confuse the system, causing the disc to become jammed. On radios with software version 9.041 or later, you can force the disc to eject using a combination of keys. First make sure the display is open. Then, for an RER radio, hold the NAV button while pressing SEEK UP and SEEK DOWN at the same time. For an REN radio, hold the AUDIO button while pressing SEEK UP and SEEK DOWN at the same time. If discs frequently jam, using high quality media and better �burning� software to create the discs may solve the problem.

     

  • If the navigation system shows the wrong current location, use the Nav menu and make sure that the radio is receiving at least four satellites. Then drive the vehicle on main roads (which are more likely to be in the database) until the current location is correctly shown. This usually takes no more than 30 seconds, but it can require as long as 20 minutes. Once the current location is accurate, the problem should not reoccur unless the vehicle is transported while not operating (on a ferry, railroad car, transport truck, etc.). If it does reoccur, repeat the procedure.

     

  • Owners who plug an external device such as an MP3 player into the AUX jack should remember that both volume controls, on the radio and on the device itself, will affect the sound level.

     

  • If Radio presets do not seem to save on radio, please confirm that the following process is being performed:

    When listening to the selected station in AM/FM modes,

    - Press and hold the desired preset soft key on the right side of the display.
    - Keep holding the preset until the preset goes through a color change of green, then yellow.

    Once the selected preset turns yellow, the current station/frequency will be saved.

    Note: Mopar IPOD kits - Satellite radio station presets are lost when switching from the IPOD mode to satellite radio mode.


    Error messages:

     

  • Module Failure� message displays when trying to use satellite mode. Usually caused by an electrical short in the SDAR antenna, not the radio. This appears to be most common on Durango and Aspen. The SDAR antenna cable is usually the source of the problem. Check behind Driver's A-Pillar trim for possible pinched antenna cable and or loose and or bent pin at the back of the radio. "Module failure" message does not indicate the need to replace the radio.

    "Navigation is being activated" message may appear momentarily when the radio is first turned on and in the navigation mode. This is normal while GPS satellites are being located. If message does not go away after driving on main roads for a few minutes, push the Menu button on the radio and select "System Set Up", and then "System Info". Check for "Tag Not Found" or "Not applicable" messages described below.

  • "Tag Not Found" - Displayed on navigation information page. Critical error, radio must be replaced due to internal HDD failure.

    "Not applicaple/NA msg" - Displayed in Gracenote area. Critical error, radio must be replaced (non-navigation REN models).

    "EMERGENCY UPDATE/ERROR(256): failed to flash update ifs" - Error when updating software. Disconnect battery negative terminal (or radio power) for one hour or longer. Restore power, disc should read properly and complete update.

       
For safety, some features (video playback, some parts of the address book, and the keyboard    to enter information) are locked out when the vehicle is in motion. Drivers can use the voice recognition feature, however.

The voice recognition system is designed to work with the windows up, the HVAC fan on Off or Low, and the user speaking in a normal tone. It will not work as well if the windows are down, the fan is on high, or if the driver speaks in low tones. If the voice recognition system has trouble understanding a user, he/she can train it using a short procedure. See the navigation Owner�s Manual.

MyGIG radios designed for a high-speed electrical bus will not work on a vehicle with a low-speed bus, and vice versa. (Nothing will be damaged, but the system will not work.)

The use of a StarSCAN to retrieve and change additional radio settings may be required. For example, if a vehicle�s backup camera does not display, the radio may not know that the vehicle has a camera. Conversely, if the radio thinks there�s a backup camera when there isn�t, the screen may display static when the vehicle is put into reverse.

Emergency eject of stuck discs - Homemade CD-Rs or DVD-Rs that were poorly formatted may confuse the system, causing the disc to become jammed. On radios with software version 9.041 or later, you can force the disc to eject using a combination of keys. First make sure the display is open. Then, for an RER radio, hold the NAV button while pressing SEEK UP and SEEK DOWN at the same time. For an REN radio, hold the AUDIO button while pressing SEEK UP and SEEK DOWN at the same time. If discs frequently jam, using high quality media and better �burning� software to create the discs may solve the problem.

If the navigation system shows the wrong current location, use the Nav menu and make sure that the radio is receiving at least four satellites. Then drive the vehicle on main roads (which are more likely to be in the database) until the current location is correctly shown. This usually takes no more than 30 seconds, but it can require as long as 20 minutes. Once the current location is accurate, the problem should not reoccur unless the vehicle is transported while not operating (on a ferry, railroad car, transport truck, etc.). If it does reoccur, repeat the procedure.

Owners who plug an external device such as an MP3 player into the AUX jack should remember that both volume controls, on the radio and on the device itself, will affect the sound level.

If Radio presets do not seem to save on radio, please confirm that the following process is being performed:

When listening to the selected station in AM/FM modes,
- Press and hold the desired preset soft key on the right side of the display.
- Keep holding the preset until the preset goes through a color change of green, then yellow.
Once the selected preset turns yellow, the current station/frequency will be saved.