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DATE: May 4, 2005

MODELS: 300/Magnum/Charger (and other 2001-up DCX vehicles)

SUBJECT: Radio Communication Equipment Installation Recommendations

DISCUSSION: The information contained in this guide has been prepared for use by persons installing two-way radio equipment (transmitters and receivers) in vehicles. It has been prepared in accordance with current engineering principles and generally accepted practices, using the best information available at the time of publication. It is not possible to cover all of the possible installations of two-way radio equipment in this guide. Accordingly, DaimlerChrysler Corporation cannot be held responsible for incidental or consequent damages arising out of the use of the information contained herein. Installations and modifications are solely the customer's responsibility.

The installation recommendations presented here are intended to supplement the radio manufacturer's instructions. To assist in properly installing communications equipment in DaimlerChrysler vehicles, the following information is provided. Always use good installation practices (see The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) Handbook or other standard reference).

Test the entire installation for anomalies, especially drivetrain and brake control before extensive driving. If any problems occur the owner's first line of contact is the vehicle dealer. The literature supplied with each vehicle lists the steps to be taken in the event the dealer is unable to resolve the problem.

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(The entire document is about 6-pages long, if anyone is interested in having a copy PM me your email address.)
 

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Any specific recommended dos or don'ts in the 6 pages? I have 100W VHF and 80W UHF radios trunk mounted (convienient that the battery was right there) with roof mounted antenna and have had no problems with things going "weird" with the car. Even did a panic stop while sitting on the mic - no interference with the ABS.
 
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