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Reinstall the factory radio and mount the Bluetooth kit, and you're ready to go. ... 16Reviews ... harness so that I could hook up an aftermarket amp to my factory radio.... works like it's suppose to. says it doesn't work on an 09 Escape but had no .... I purchased this harness to install a parrot ck3100 in my 07 Ford Edge.Missing: pwm
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Only if the factory stereo has an aux input can you connect the two.
Now, if the stereo has a tape deck, you can buy an adapter that plugs into the tablet (or other device) then you put this cassette looking thing into the player and it works.
The blue wire from the stereo is for something else, like a retracting antenna. So don't connect the blue wire there. The Blue wire of the suppressor is the 'new' Red hot wire that connects to the red wire (12 volts input) of the stereo.
I woudnt reccomend a direct feed to your system unless it has a input on the stereo such as a aux in with an 1/8" plug. The other reccomended way is from an FM transmitter that plugs in to your Ipod and brodcasts it to your car stereo. They work great and you wouldnt know theye are not hard wired. Walmart, Radio Shack all have these transmitters. If your stereo does have an aux in with an 8th inch plug on it then simply go to radio shack and get a 1/8" male to 1/8th male stereo adapter and plug it in. Wiring the ipod without these two features will destroy both the ipod and car stereo as it creates a loop feedback against each other.
What you are hearing is ground loop interference. If you have an aftermarket headunit/amplifier this is a common occurrence. A ground loop isolator in line with the low level amplifier inputs should solve the problem. Otherwise, it may be a malfunction of the stock cd unit or amplifier. BMW used a balanced input on some of the stock amplifiers, which would make ground loop interference all but impossible.