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Nav disc 2008 jeep commander nav disc how do you remove it??? Also how does the radio come out to so I can hook up rear entertainment RCAs??

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Ther is no nav disc on a mygig.. its a loaded software disc. it contains the grace notes and nav info .. you can update it for free but you will have to burn your own disc with the iso of the nav data.. and to remove it just pull the trim ring off the shifter and then lift the bezel then remove the screws under the panel there are 2 of them then pull off the radio bezel.. the radio is held in with 4 screws.. this radio has no rca outputs on it it uses serial data to modules the rear enntertainment is digital signal sent to a module like rear dvd video and audio

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