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Old 10-12-2012, 02:05 AM
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I believe that you will find that all the radios have Uconnect, or at least the option to have uconnect

I also believe that the radios have a place at the back of the radio, to add a USB cable

It is easy enough to find out
remove 2 screws in the tray above the radio
now pry easily on the plastic piece, ( bezel ) that surrounds the radio, it will come out fairly easily, lay it in your lap
Now remove the 4 screws that hold in the radio, pull gently on the radio, now look at the back of the radio
you should see the mini USB port to insert the cable in
i suggest that you get a cable that is longer then needed

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