I doubt it, haven't done the sirius radio kit, but did do the Uconnect Bluetooth and iPod kit myself. Even though I still had to take it to the dealer and pay them to turn the module on, that was disabled from the factory, in order for it to work. Thank Chrysler for their proprietary electronic locks, making extra income for the dealers.
The kits come with a wire harness that plug right into the back of the radio and the factory wire harness, they all work off the CAN bus.
I could be wrong maybe there is a splicing with the Sirius Module, but that would be a poor design.
My iPod connection hasn't worked with a single iPod I have tried, including friends iPods, I've tried just about 2/3 of all the Ipods and the different generations made by apple. Best I can tell from googling it, this is all over forums and Chrysler keeps telling everyone they are working on a fix, that a certain version of firmware for iPods make them incompatible with the uconnect. That was several years ago and NOT a word on that fix, but Chrysler keeps selling the accessory in their catalogue still saying its compatible with all the recent iPods.
I'd take it back to the Dealer, if you've already did that, contact Chrysler Customer Service and complain. I hope I'm wrong, but it may be like my iPod Uconnect, it doesn't work and they can't practically make it work, but they keep selling it anyway, and just have customer service apologize with a form letter.
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