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2006 hyundai elantra where is the aux input connection for the 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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SOURCE: 2002 hyundai elantra radio and dome light not working

Then 1, bulbs are burned out
OR 2, the wiring is faulty.

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

Testimonial: "thanx for the solution. took the car to a repair shop and was told that the wiring was faulty. had the car rewired."

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Aux input


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the best way is using a Dodge aux input adapter , they cost that much because there is a lot of electronics involve inside this box, the interface tricks the radio to open the external CD changer port you can buy the interface from here use Summer coupon for %10 off
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Lost radio security code on hyundai elantra 2006


Either contact the dealer and get the override code from them or check the default number of 0000.

You can also try this :

Input your identification number by pressing the preset buttons in sequence. The identification number is on the User Card that came with your Hyndai. If an incorrect identification number is entered 3 times, it will not be possible to cancel the incorrect number until one hour has elapsed with the ignition switch in the "ACC" position and the radio turned on. After one hour,press and hold the BAND(FM/AM)button for 3 seconds or more until the incorrect number disappears and CODE is displayed.

May 15, 2011 | 2006 Hyundai Elantra

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I have a Sirius Stiletto 2 radio. How do I


NO there is no line input jack the AUX button was made for the rear video system
but there is a audio adapter you can use go here
to read more about it

FRD04-AUX

Dec 28, 2009 | 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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I jump start my wifes car at night with the cables backwards


I found that while checking my fuses that i had pulled out what looked like a black plastic "fuse puller" that was actually some kind of jumper. I had accidentally re-installed it reversed. I reversed it back to its original position and all lights, clock, radio, etc.. work normal now.

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Radio display lights stay on after power is cut from engine and key is removed from ignition. Radio buttons fail intermittently


the radio sounds as if they are connected to a constant power supply as well as if that's not the case a faulty radio connection or radio itself is present look to see where the radio lead wire is connected to

Sep 15, 2009 | 2006 Hyundai Elantra

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I own a 2009 Hyundai Elantra and was told I could plug my iPod into the iPod USB port using my iPod cable (Apple's). However, neither my iPod Touch or iPod Nano work. Once connected, it just says "Reading...


I have used the Apple iPod cable with no problem in the Elantra USB port with an iPod Nano & iPod Classic. You have to change the music settings, skip songs, etc. from the iPod which is distracting while driving.

I purchased the cord made by Hyundai at the dealership, that plugs into both USB and aux port. The music titles, album info etc show up on the radio screen, and you can use the buttons on the radio to change the tunes, view artists, albums... (safer while driving!). I've seen sellers on eBay that sells the Hyundai made one (cheapest starts @ $24+ w/ s/h - link here) http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NEW-HYUNDAI-2009-09-iPOD-INPUT-USB-AUX-AUDIO-CABLE_W0QQitemZ230379648893QQcmdZViewItemQQptZCar_Audio_Video?hash=item35a3b2777d&_trksid=p4506.m20.l1116, as well as copycat ones - I wouldn't buy a copycat one (my opinion).

Do you have a case on your iPods? I have experienced the "reading error" with the Hyundai cord on my son's iPod Classic (he has a leather case on it). It seems to do that because the plug going in to the iPod is not making full contact with the iPod because of the case. When he takes the case off and reconnects, there are no further problems.

Hope this helps, Good luck!

Sep 08, 2009 | 2009 Hyundai Elantra

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I was given an Ipod Touch for my Bday and I want to use it in my 2006 Honda Odyssey EX. The radio has an AUX/XM button but I can't locate the input for the AUX. Would you be able to tell me where the input...


There are 2 possibilities here:
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!




May 18, 2009 | 2006 Honda Odyssey

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