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I have a 2007 limited edition prado, does the radio have a AUX socket to allow an external device to plat through the system

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I have the exact same problem. Did you ever get this fixed? If so, how?

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Can i use external cd ,blueray player using usb port of the jeep cherokee 2015. thanks


unlike a pc or the like
car radios; (media centers or headends) are very poorly documented.(read the manual and cry ,right:>?)
why not just try it and tell the world.!

Take my new LG TV for instance. i can plug in any , external HDD or memory stick with vast types of media files and they all work.
with limits. (my 1 year older LG in bedroom, nada, zip ,)
ive never attempted to do that with a CD, but this would be worse case., by limits, most USB devices (radios) have file structure limits. some only allow 1 directory and all files in this folder or root.
others have 1 level deep rules , or file name rules.
try to understand your pc has vast complex disk operating systems
and the radio does not, its not even and OS. at all.
so is very very restrictive, in all cases and less on very very newer systems like smart TV,.
best plan, i so ask jeep, ask them for the specs on your unstated
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How do I get the MP3 player to work in a 2007 Nissan Quest?


you said CAN , i bet you meant CAN'T or CAN NOT. right?
the AUX port is just a line input, analog audio input,
it dont know MP3 .
it only amplies the analog audio found there.
you connect any device, to AUX. push play on the device.
then put car radio in to AUX input mode and play. the audio.
that is all there is to it.
the external device does all the heavy lifting, reading a file, and decoding it (mp3 decode) and then sends raw analog audio out.

the cable is sold and radioshack, or walfart or many other stores,
Target, most MP3 players, come with this cable,
they use mini phone plugs, stereo, type,. (3 contacts)

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I have a 06 Honda Civic and My Aux player will not work any longer. The radio and CD player still works. What is wrong? How do I fix?


the most you can do yourself is check the wire connections at rear of radio , although i assume the AUX is plugged in at the front ? if so try a new wire to the AUX socket , if still no go will have to go to a radio repairer

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Where is the auxiliary input in 2007 sante fe elite


If you don't see anything on the radio saying "auxiliary output" with a little earphone jack then you aren't Aux ready.

You might be able to go to a stereo shop and have them install an auxiliary output plug. They will pull the factory stereo out and splice/plug in an output wire that you can plug your iPod into.

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Aux input not working


I have the exact same problem. Did you ever get this fixed? If so, how?

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Honda Accord - AUX Connectivity/Supports


The AUX cables are just an input to the stereo, and it doesn't matter what format your music player uses. If you do need to change the cables to accept a different mp3 player, all of this is usually done in the wiring on the back of the stereo. hope this helps you.

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Aux input location


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.

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Aux cable stuck in Aux input


needdle nose plyers or you can use a screw just turn and pull

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Aux cable snapped of inside external Audio port (AUX). an ideas on how to get the piece out? or does anyone now how to take the AUX port out of the console? 2008 crv, center console unit.


I have a 2007 CRV which had the same issue. I fixed this by:
- first removing the AUX port cover by carefully prying it up from both the rear-facing and front-facing edges. Once done, this exposes the AUX port mechanism itself.
- Using some needlenose plyers, I pulled out the AUX port component. It simply slides out.
- The trick now is to PUSH the broken piece out of the inside of the port. To do this, I first removed the "cover" that is covering the end of the port (opposite from the opening to the port). Be very careful with this step as you don't want to break the cover. It's very thin plastic.
- Once this cover is removed, I used a pin to push the piece that was lodged inside back out of the opening.
Reassembly was the opposite of this and was quick.
Hope that helps.
- Dave

Nov 19, 2008 | 2007 Honda CR-V

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