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Heated and Cooled cupholders....

Work great, I was able to sip a cool water bottle after doing 11.57 at 124 trap speed last weekend on street tires ! Good on mornings also keeping a hot coffee...

They really do work

Part Number 1PB67DX9AD, direct fit, unplug old one, plug in new one, plug is already in the console.

Disassemble console from top, no need to remove entre console, took me 10 minutes . . . .

Part is not cheap retail (approx. $300us), but I got a better deal, perhaps others can too (Ask your dealer for wholesale or find one used etc)

Hope this helps someone else

zip

PS - I am not the original creator of this mod, credit to another person, just sharing on this forum

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Is this a Mopar product number? Also can you show us in pics how you got it apart and installed?
 

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Thanks zip
 

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Yes how true to a plug and play is it? Can someone provide pics on how to do this?
 

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Charger only. Damn. I only noticed tonight that I have light rings in the cup holders. very cool
 

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Plug and Play - Unplug old one, plug in new one - done

Just pry off surround of the cupholder, once removed, there are 4 screws to take out. Unplug, re-plug, and re-assemble

It really is pretty easy

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Plug and Play - Unplug old one, plug in new one - done

Just pry off surround of the cupholder, once removed, there are 4 screws to take out. Unplug, re-plug, and re-assemble

It really is pretty easy

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Thanks! I'm thinking of it more for keeping a baby bottle warm ; )
 
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