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Connecting via a cable to my car radio

I just bought a new car without a cassette tape deck. There uis a connection for a jack for an MP3 player. The car is leased, so I don't don't want to add or build any addition to the car. Is there any way I can hook up my XM Roady to this jack? And where would i get he jack?

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  • mick44 Dec 01, 2008

    Can I connect a 3 mm male to male cable from an MP3 player headphone out jack to a car radio auxiliary in (MP3) jack??? Are there any problems?


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The best way to hook up this radio to your car is wireless! This radio has a built-in FM transmitter. All you have to do is go into the menu on the radio and find FM settings. Figure out or set the radio station, and then tune into it on your car.

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