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Can I add a jack to play an ipod to my factory 6 cd stereo?

I have a 2004 Chevy Tahoe.
It came with a 6 cd changer, XM radio but no jack for an ipod. Is there a spot in the back of the radio to add a jack or input for the ipod?
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  • jose gutierrez May 17, 2012

    I bought a conversion kit at BestBuy, and it allows you to connect a 3.5 jack and iPod jack to your factory stereo. I think it was called "iSimple". It's car specific as well. It's been working great for me. Hope this helps.

  • jose gutierrez May 17, 2012

    I bought a conversion kit at BestBuy, and it allows you to connect a 3.5 jack and iPod jack to your factory stereo. I think it was called "iSimple". It's car specific as well. It's been working great for me. Hope this helps.

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There are jacks in the back of your stereo. A car audio place can bring a jack to the front of the dashboard. I have the factory DVD player in my '04 Tahoe and I just bought an adapter wire to 2 RCA jacks and simply plugged it in where the exterior jacks are located to accomodate a game box. Plug it in - hit the little black button there - hit cd/aux on the dash and "Bob's your Uncle". Hope this helped.

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I believe so, there are some audio jacks that are converters from a power source, such as, a lighter jack.

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