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I have the RB4 GPS system in my 2005 Ram 1500 Laramie and the GPS Cd's are out of date. Is there an updated version? If so, where do I get one. I went to the dealer and they wanted $400 for new CD's.

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Yes there is a update if you are using a Version below 2070
The part number is 05064142AA
FYI you can copy the files from the NAV disc if you know someone that has the new ver.
I have used 2070 discs but I cannot release them being that we are a Factory authorized service center for the RB4 radio.

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