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Chrysler/Dodge/Fiat/Jeep UCONNECT 3C 8.4A RA3 VP3 RADIO NAVIGATION ACTIVATION SERVICE $205.95

$205.95
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Probably a Mistake so get in while you can
I have received my code and working fine.

Discount Code LASTCHANCE


https://www.factoryradioparts.com/

I just paid to activate my Nav with factoryradioparts.com and code LASTCHANCE
Code is only supposed to work with orders over $500 but it worked fine with mine:

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Chrysler Uconnect 3C 8.4A RA3 VP3 Radio Navigation Activation Service1
Chrysler Uconnect 3C 8.4A RA3 VP3 Radio Navigation Activation Service
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1 $ 305.95 Scroll for more items
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Subtotal $ 305.95
Discount LASTCHANCE - $ 100.00
Total USD $ 205.95

https://www.factoryradioparts.com...on-service

Same thing is $500+ From Mopar
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Created 01-05-2018 at 08:47 PM by AZwldcats
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So these cars have all the Nav hardware in them but you have to pay to activate it? That sounds sleazy.
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Damm sucks
U pay 3k for navigation and now u have to activate it
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So these cars have all the Nav hardware in them but you have to pay to activate it? That sounds sleazy.
Depends on the Model and Package of the Car.

I saved a lot getting a Van that didn't come with Factory Nav Activated.
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So these cars have all the Nav hardware in them but you have to pay to activate it? That sounds sleazy.
Tesla makes you pay to remove software that blocks your battery from being charged 100%. They all do it.
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Totally unrelated but most GM trucks are all wired the same or at least were. I had bought the base model Sierra with none of the bells and whistles, then purchased the plug and play parts from salvage yards from the high end models to get things like cruise, radio controls, homelink, tire pressure readings, headed mirrors and a few other things.

Its cheaper for them to built them all one way then dumb down the base models. Plus its a cash grab.
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Codes are not price mistakes comeon
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Codes are not price mistakes comeon
Code is only supposed to work on purchases over $500.

This definitely isn't for everyone.

But a lot of thumbs Down..

Something flawed in the deal?

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Good price if the code is instant and the website lets it slide. Yea it's pretty sleazy that some vehicles are navigation capable, but have to pay extra to activate it.
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Code is only supposed to work on purchases over $500.

This definitely isn't for everyone.

But a lot of thumbs Down..

Something flawed in the deal?

You triggered "price mistake" alerts. Likely every single TD is from that alone. Most successful PM posts have a broader appeal and go viral instantly. But unfortunately there are few of those. Anyone having an alert set for what you posted (i.e., Chrysler or uconnect) will have the alert triggered and be interested since your title was very informative and hit lots of keywords. The rest who have price mistake alert are unhappy. ...just reality...
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Code is only supposed to work on purchases over $500.

This definitely isn't for everyone.

But a lot of thumbs Down..

Something flawed in the deal?
Yeah the cars lol.
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Thanks, but dead now. It no longer meets the requirements for LASTCHANCE code.
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So gm's nav is better than google /Apple maps?
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