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Ipod input would anyone know how to connect the ipod wiring to the back of the unit,i lost my user manual and cant figure it out???

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Hi,put the yellow wire of the ipod adapter to the yellow power cable and the black to an car body earth,then plug in the black cable,hey presto!!

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