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It will only make a phone call if you have a phone hooked into the center console. The hook-up kit for your phone is a dealer installed accessory. If you push the "I" button you can connect to service and they can make an emergency call for you.
If you are looking to use the headphone jack on your ipod touch, you'll simply need a cable with two male 3.5 mm ends that will run you $2-20.
If you would like to control your ipod touch using the steering wheel, you'll need to either purchase the GM Accessory Personal Audio Link (PAL) or one of the dozens of aftermarket models. Be careful to choose one that exactly matches your audio system specifications or else you could lose use of your satellite radio or other features.
I own a 2007 Eclipse.
You can purchase the cord from the dealership, with the instructions for the I-Pod cord. Not hard to install on the Eclipse, takes about 30 minutes to install. This is the only known place to get this I-Pod connector.