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How do i plug my ipod in 2006 mark lt and where is my aux. jack ?

How do i plug my ipod in

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Hi,

Follow the below guide :-

http://192.220.16.91/docs/ipdcfd001n_brandmotion_ford_f-150_ipod_installation.pdf

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Hope i helped you.

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Aux


I was wandering the same thing, but another option is a AM/FM Transmitter. you can buy one at stores like best buy. You plug your Music Device (iPhone, iPod..etc.) into it and it transmits it to a AM or FM band so you can tune into it with the AM/FM function and listen to your music so you dont hvae to buy a new radio.

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