If you have the factory Aux switches, there’s a duplicate bundle of the underhood wires under the passenger side of the dash for each switch. Also in that bundle is a switched and always hot wire as well, you can use that for wiring the camera too.
These are all basically reasons why I did the update myself. I do venture places where there is little or no cell service, so it's great having these as backup. The software update is nice too, plus unlike the maps it's not VIN locked, so I updated the radio in my wife's Durango too.
Did my install today and all went pretty well. I did notice that if I go into the radio and enable the paddle shifters, they say enabled for a couple seconds, then flip back to disabled, but seem to work fine if I pop the shifter into manual mode. Wondering if that’s what everyone else is seeing...
If you’re still looking talk to this guy, he just bought uppers, but it looks like he has premium uppers and a standard top.
Looks great! My front windows adjusted pretty easily and fit nice and snug. My back ones are pretty good, but I had to use the foam spacers to raise the upper rear corner as it was low. Those also don’t fit in quite as tight as the fronts, but so far they have not leaked at all during the rains...
Awesome sounds good. I thought I had read/heard there was some issue with getting the paddles to fit the wheel correctly that required some modification, but if not even better. Probably will go ahead and order the stuff then.
Did you have to do anything special to get them to fit, or did they just pop on? Assuming you need the harness too? I’m thinking this might be the route I go since the non matching stitching of the 392 wheel will probably kill my OCD.