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I'm technologically challenged. I have a Pioneer Car CD Player DEH-P4000UB, it's supposed to accept the USB cord to directly connect my ipod and i can't figure out where I'm supposed to plug it in!!!

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The USB connector is at the end of a short black pigtail cable permanently attached to the back of the unit. There should also be an extender cable shipped with it. Plug the extender cable onto the pigtail and let it hang down below the dashboard, then plub your iPod docking cable into that. Or if your iPod cable is long enough, you might not need the extender. If someone installed your system and didn't plug the extender cable in first, you might have to become a contortionist to get to it. Good luck!

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