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Ipod hook up

I have plugged my ipod in the rear aux and when ipod comes on i can still hear radio as well. how to i turn aux on.

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I am not sure if the model you have supports iPod control, but if it has an input jack in the front, you can use a cable from the headphone jack into the Aux jack in the front of the stereo and when there is a cable inserted into the jack you will be able to select Aux with the source button.
The other option is to get a kit installed at your car stereo place that will allow you to connect it via 3rd party hardware.

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Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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