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2006 F150 aux plug, is it behind the radio?

Is there an aux plug on the back side of the radio?

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SOURCE: Radio Aux feature and not plug connection

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Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 F150 with a 5.4. I have a engine

First remove spark plug. #8 plug is, if sitting in truck, left rear plug. Have someone crank engine while you hold spark plug, connected to plug wire, ground plug to ground. Check spark. If no spark, remove plug wire from coil, connect test light from coil to ground, see if you get spark, if no spark replace coil. Leave cylinder #8 open to air to dry any unburnt fuel in cylinder.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2004 F150 with the premium radio. On the

Yes if it has a jack just plug right into it

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There are 2 possibilities here:
Most Odysseys I've seen, have a small compartment on the left side of the third row that opens up to show a set of inputs (Audio and Video) as well as 3 headphone jacks with volume control.

WHat I did for mine was I purchased an extra long RCA audio cable on one side and a Stereo mini-plug on the other. I connected it back there where mentioned. Then I routed the cable under the rear door plastic plate and under the driver's seat, where it reappears under the center table.

Whenever I want to connect my iPod Touch, I just grab the plug, connect my iPod then raise the volume of the iPod all the way to the max, put the radio in XM/AUX and play away.

2) The second way to do this is a bit more complex, and will be the needed way if you do not have the A/V connectors in the back:
You will need to pull out the radio and the auxiliary connections should be in the back of the radio, or connected to the main radio plug.

I would recommend taking the van to an audio shop to do this installation.

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no there is no rca jack in the back of the radio you need a audio adapter call FRD04-AUX you can get one from partydown.com

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