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01' Ford Expedition: Audio from VHS through radio?

I was told that when playing a VHS Cassette there is a way to get the sound to come through the radio and not only the headphone jacks. Is there a radio station that I can tune that will play the sound or do i need to get aftermarket parts to do so? Any help would be appreciated

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FOR OURS WE PROGRAM OUR RADIO ON 88.7FM AND WE GET THE AUDIO OF THE VHS AND DVD THAT WAY.

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