Question about Car Audio & Video
If it still has the factory radio in it, then the CD changer will be part of the radio, and the CD's go into the slot located in the face of the unit. The factor Dodge / Chrysler radios where double DIN, meaning that they are about 4"(100mm) tall, vs a single DIN that is closer to 2" (50mm). Most aftermarket radios are single DIN and use a filler plate to cover the extra room. If it is an aftermarket radio, and has a CD changer, then it is more than likely located under a seat, in the glove box, or in the center console of a vehicle.
Posted on Apr 28, 2014
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