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I am trying to use my AUX input but "AUX" is not an option on the Source menu. The only options are tuner and CD.

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  • Anonymous May 12, 2009

    i have the same problem.



    really wierd couse i kinda remmember it working fine like a year ago when it was in a diffrent car. but i hooked up all the cables in the back fine which has nothing to do with it anyhow just like some sort of programing problem i donnu i have even the BlueTooth audio which i couldnt check if it works but also bt phone tuner cd all work fine no aux in tho

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I HAVE A SIMILAR MODEL AND I HAVE TO HIT THE SOURCE BUTTON TILL AUX APPEARS MAY BE A RADIO MALFUNCTIO

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Yes, also.... I am trying to use my AUX input but "AUX" is not an option on the Source menu. The only options are tuner and CD.


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