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  1. What Minuit Knows About Stock Jeep Radios Got a question? Need one of these radios repaired, or want to buy one? Check out my website! A few tips before you start poking around. First of all, most of these radios are made in Japan. The many "Philips" screws on them are in many cases Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS) fasteners. These screws are usually marked by a circular divot in the head of the screw. A typical Philips screwdriver will ruin these screws very easily. A screwdriver that specifically states it works with JIS screws is highly recommended if you
  2. Hello, and welcome to my humble corner of the internet. I run Jeremy's Radio Emporium. In a nutshell, I fuse new technology with old school looks. I modify factory Jeep radios with features such as AUX inputs and colored LED lighting. In addition, I also repair radios and supply parts. My operation is completely unique, and I am the only person to support the original radios for our trucks in any meaningful way. Who are you? I'm nobody special. In my free time I mess around with Jeeps and electronics, among other things. I enjoy messing with old technology, and do
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