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2003 Honda Civic Radio

Is there a way to connect an MP3 player to the factory radio. Many radio comes with external inputs in the back but I would liek to know this will work before i go to the bother

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The fast way to connect an mp3 player is to buy an mp3 FM converter. it has this small input hole where you can use the wire included with it and connect it to your headphone of your mp3 player and then listen to it in the FM channel.

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