Holding the upper right of the screen actually reboots the radio, a lot like the reset button of computers from the 90's. Works for a lot of things as it is basically the same thing as turning off and on the radio.
If you are looking to "reset" the radio meaning bringing it back to factory clean there is a setting to remove all user information.
You access the dealer menu by holding the driver side hvac heat and cold while holding the front defroster button down. The software version is under the radio settings, on my radio it says Radio Part information.
Hi there! I've been working at reverse engineering the 2015 dodge challenger instrument cluster to allow it to be implanted into any vehicle. Theres one last thing that is critical to completing the project and its figuring out how mileage is updated. I was wondering if there was anyone here...
Greetings fellow gearheads!
I have a problem with my '09 Challenger SE's radio.
I purchased the car in Sept. 2017. Immediately I replaced the oem deck with a Pioneer. At first everything was golden, then about a year ago it began turning off for no reason. At first it was very sporadic (once a...
So I've put a ton of time and effort into the sound system in my 15 scat pack and just CANNOT get it the sound I think it is capable of.
Here's the setup:
Stock 8.4 Head unit with EQ FLAT and no surround etc.
Running through Rockford Fosgate DSR1 sound processor (in place of stock amp)
First post here, I’ve done my first mod on my challenger and I’m having issues. I installed a set of halos on my headlights, I wired them to the parking lights. Specifically the white with purple stripe and black.
I first wired it to the white with tan stripe and they only activated when...
Looking to replace the 7" screen with a used 8.4 w/nav. Found plenty, used and reman'd, like infotainment.com. (Not willing to pay $1,400 at this time)
Only thing I'm concerned about is compatibility. How far back from 19' can I use used 8.4 units? New T/A has performance package w/pages but...