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Aux input location

I cant find the aux input for my 2007 pontiac grand prix stock radio.

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Though I'm sure there is an AUX button on the radio, there isn't actually an auxillary port on a 2007 Grand Prix stock radio.I'm sorry to say, but you would have to get an aftermarket radio.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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