Question about 2006 Honda Odyssey
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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.
Hope this helps!
Posted on May 20, 2009
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