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I need to have more info about how you installed it, did you use rca wires from the radio to the amp.? Make sure the sub setting on radio is turned on. Make sure rca wire are in the input connection and not output, also check you connection from radio that they're in rite place. I really need more info about the map of your wireing
cheap is an FM adapter but they are horrible bat sound quality the best way is using a Dodge aux input adapter , they cost that much because there is a lot of electronics involve inside this box, the interface tricks the radio to open the external CD changer port you can buy the interface from here use Summer coupon for %10 off Dodge aux input
i do not know but if it was me i would try Best Buy or Radio shack or talk with some one in the parts department at your local Ford dealership also give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com or www.autozone.com wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
I'm afraid not. The best advice I can give you is to get a Radio Tuner Adapter for your I-pod. Most prople will tell you to use a Cassette adapter, and this is fine. However it sounds like you want the best sound you can get from your I-pod. The tuner adapter is the way to get it. You will get a better sound frequency range from your factory tuner than your cassette. The factory Head unit in your Sable isn't bad, just changing the factory speakers will make a huge diffrence. Good Luck, and don't forget to vote.
The aux is for the cd player, there is no wire in the back for an aux. But you can buy an adapter that splices into the back which allows you to use the stereo to control your ipod. It only works because you could have a 6 cd changer stock, so it uses those controls.