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You most likely will need either mp3 or mp4 files. Also, depending on your car, it may or may not be able to read and/or search files. Start with a couple of songs,then try a couple of folders and build from there. My final issue has been that many cars can't handle big thumb drives. Play with an 8gb first. Once you figure out your car's system then go bigger.
Get dbPowerAmp and compress your files to 320K Variable Bit Rate. This will give you *excellent* sound quality for on the road listening.
And if the 32 GB limit mentioned is true, simply partition your 128 GB flash drive into 4 32 GB "drives" as long as the Jeep's audio player will recognize the 4 virtual drives.
If it won't, then just buy a 32GB flash drive and load your files onto that. I bet a 32GB flash drive costs about $8.00 nowadays...
I'm using 32GB USB drive in my Honda Accord. Music is in 256K VBR AAC format and sounds great. The only problem is that Accord does not show directory structure. No matter how many directories I create (Jazz, Pop, Classical) it places all records in one directory in the order they were entered. The only control I have is to advance to next song or record (pretty bad). Because of it I use mostly "random" playback.