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Locate the cable from the Audio system to attach a CD changer

Have bought a system that allows an IPod to connect to the CD player via the back of the CD player. I need to know if there is a cable I can connect it to , and where it is . Jaguar say its the cable that goes into the CD changer, but I have not got a cd changer.

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The cable is optical and is runs back to the left side of the boot or trunk i dont think it will work with the ipod   D

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