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IPOD classic not working in new car stereo

I just installed a car stereo that has a USB port and my IPOD will not work. I tried another IPOD and it worked. Tried to upgrade the software on my IPOD and it says that I have latest version. The IPOD touch will work but the clasic will not. HELP

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    My IPOD 120GB classic will also not work in CD player JVC KD-G720 and I do not know why. Please help!

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I looked in the users manual and you need to buy an interface adapter for the IPOD. Conveniently, JVC sells one for like $50. KS-PD100.

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