Question about Car Audio & Video
First off you need to make sure that the factiry head unit has a aux drive or if the aftermarket has one as well if it does just set head unit to aux plug it in and play music if it doesnt you will need a new head unit that has aux input. if your car has one it could be on the radio face or the back could be very difficult to pull the radio refer to your manual on how to do that
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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