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Nate_Dogg 
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  How do you bypass this problem:

All the clarion fm fods we have used do not work with newer 2003 Chrysler vehicles. The radios go through the BCM,leaving us with hissing and poping noises. Whats up?

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try using a wire less fm.mod
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Since when does a Chrysler radio go through the BCM?  I've never heard of that.  The steering wheel controls to tie into the purple / YELLOW databus wire, though.

Also, if you don't have the new-style Chrysler antenna adapters avaialble, many models have a conventional connection somewhere behind or below the glove box.

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I have done many minivans from 2003 and no problems.  Use the right antenna adapters

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i do tons of changers with fm mods on the new trucks and never get hiss the old motorola style connectors are behind the passenger kick , two benefits first you save the money on antenna adapters and second no noise also i get the power from the ign switch that way you dont need to pull the factory radio
Nate_Dogg 
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Quote: Originally posted by Chris Luongo on December 08, 2002

Since when does a Chrysler radio go through the BCM?  I've never heard of that.  The steering wheel controls to tie into the purple / YELLOW databus wire, though.

Also, if you don't have the new-style Chrysler antenna adapters avaialble, many models have a conventional connection somewhere behind or below the glove box.



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