About the Metra CHRYSAV
If you're replacing the radio in your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, or Ram vehicle, you'll lose your rear seat entertainment system (RSE) capabilities. That's where the CHRYSAV cable comes in. It connects the factory video screen, your rear seat controls, and the factory backup camera to your new car stereo.
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More details on the Metra CHRYSAV
RSE + Backup Camera Retention Harness: The Axxess Integrate CHRYSAV is an RSE retention harness designed to retain the rear seat entertainment system in select Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles. The CHRYSAV provides an audio/video input to the factory overhead video screen from your new aftermarket radio, and provides the audio/video output from the rear seat control panel to the aftermarket head unit. The CHRYSAV also lets you retain your vehicle's factory backup camera.
Note: The CHRYSAV is designed to work with factory overhead video monitors that do have the DVD player built-in. This harness must be used in conjunction with Axxess Integrate's XSVI-6522-NAV, CHTO-03, or CHTO-013 radio replacement interfaces.
Vehicle Compatibility: The Axxess Integrate CHRYSAV RSE + Backup Camera retention harness is designed specifically for the following 2008-2012 Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles (as of 2/20/15).
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Note: Please consult Crutchfield's Outfit My Car to see if your vehicle is compatible and what additional accessories will be needed.
Connectivity: The Axxess Integrate CHRYSAV RSE + Backup Camera retention harness features a 22-pin connector which plugs into the factory connector behind your aftermarket stereo. There are also composite video/stereo RCA connectors labeled "A/V 1" and "A/V 2". The composite video/stereo RCA connectors labeled "A/V 1" plug into your aftermarket head unit's rear-panel AV input. The composite video/stereo RCA connectors labeled "A/V 2" plug into your aftermarket head unit's rear-panel AV output. In addition, there is a composite video connector labeled "Backup" which plugs into your aftermarket head unit's backup camera input in order to retain your vehicle's factory backup camera. There are three black wires that will need to be grounded to the vehicle.
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