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you can connect the XM receiver to you player. for that you need a cable (STEREO MALE TO RCA MALE CABLE). its one end will looks as headphone pin and the other end 2 RCA pins.
connect the headphone pin to you XM receiver's earphone out and the other end (2 RCA) to the AUX IN 2(AUDIO L/R)(on the rare pannel) of ur player. select the AUX 2 input pressing the FUNCTION button on your player.
or purchase a STEREO MALE to STEREO MALE cable and connect its one end to the earphone out of XM radio and the other end to the AUX 1 input of you player (on the frond pannel)
select AUX 1 by pressing FUNCTION button
I would get an stereo installation kit from Auto Zone or a local automotive audio store. It will come with the surround for the new stereo to fit where the old stereo went, and a wiring harness to hook the new stereo up to and plug into the existing car wiring.
Use a phono to RCA stereo jack (pic below) and hook one end to the head phone jack on your ipod and the other ends to your amplifier aux or tape input and adjust the volume to low on the ipod - select the input on the stereo - Aux or tape in.
You'll need this type of cable
I'm pretty sure that there are RCA jacks in the back of the unit for the aux input. Don't have my owners manual so can't really say, but if there is an aux input, there is sure to be some RCA jacks in the back. So if you take the stereo out, look for those jacks then attach a 1/8 "Y" connector. Then route that wire to the front. Then you'll have something to connect your mp3 player to. =)
Sorry, but the RCA jacks for Aux input are only available in the back of the player. If possible, you could try to attach RCA jumpers to the jacks without removing the unit, but as I have no idea of the vehicle involved, I can't say if that would be possible. IF you have the "Release" keys, sliding the chassis out should not be a problem. Slide out, attach jumpers, and slide back in after routing the jumper cable(s). (This also assumes the unit was slid in using the standard slide in and lock mounting.)