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Installing ID880-H in 2014 Jeep Cherokee

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Jan 18, 2015
Amelia, VA
Before I install my Icom ID880-H into my 2014 Jeep Cherokee, I would like some helpful hints.

-Routing the power cable from the battery to the radio location.
-mounting the control head using the supplied hardware.
-locating the main radio unit nearby away from the main dashboard.
-using EMI chokes/filters on the power and coax cable to keep from interfering with the electronics/airbags.

Tnx :)


Oct 7, 2015
Kenwood TH-D710GA

I to have a 2014 Jeep Cherokee and am looking to install a Kenwood TM-D710GA. I have a Comet SSB5-NMO antenna but am having difficulties determing where to mount it as the curved hood edge seems to preclude a fender bracket.

Have you had success isntalling your ID880-H?
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