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Aux has disappeared from src options on kenwood car stereo

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    I have the same problem. Have you sorted it????

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Im not sure if this will work but you can give it a try. On pioneer stereos, when the aux is not an option you have to turn the power off and hold the function key to get into the stereo's "options" menu and from there you can turn it on. Good Luck.

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