I can't answer your question directly, but in at least one case I know of, Jeep must get a lot of mileage from their radio designs. My brother has a '95 Dodge Spirit that has the same radio in it that my '01 XJ has. I suspect a wide range of models and years would work.
Thanks for the replies. I am well aware of aftermarket headunits. I once had a demo car sponsored by Polk Momo with a full competition system in it.
For the Jeep, I want to stick with oem for the oem look and would prefer an newer unit, preferably an '05 unit (w/ 6 disk indash). I need to know if they will work and if not what it will take to get them to work.
'96 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4- daily driver
'04 Subaru WRX (heavily modded)- sports car
Mounting is actual molded into the platic face of the radio, so there is no way to change it out. As for wiring, your truck will have 2 7 pin plugs, while the new Jeeps have a 1 pieces like 21(?) pin plug. Chrysler does make an adapter harness for them so it's possible, but I really think the mounting will be the biggest problem for you. There's just no easy way to change it.
08 Rubicon Unlimited, 2.5TF Lift, 285/70/17 BFG KM2s, lots of skids, MyGig, and both sets of doors/tops.