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Mp3 connector cable

What type of connector cable is required to connect an ipod to the aux/mp3 connector on the dashboard of a new Colt CZC3

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  • m3odq May 11, 2010

    Post a photo of the connector on the dashbord and ill do my best!



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A double male mini 3.5 mm headphone jack you can get at walmart or radio shack.... does your car dash have a small headphone style jack? if your ipod head phones will plug into it then it is exactly what i described above.... Good luck

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