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I have an Alpine CDE-9852 cd player and the ipod connection cable already installed on car. I dont own an ipod and cut the ipod cable plug tip off. Can I splice an audio cable to ipod cable so I can listen to my samsung mp3 player through the car speakers?

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SOURCE: No sound from front speakers during CD operation.

I think you are using an external amplifier,if this is the case,you may be using the wrong remote wire for the amp.
Alpine use two blue wires,BLUE (only) this wire is for the pwr antenna and every time you insert a cd, this pwr line cut out.
BLUE/WHITE STRIPE this is the remote wire that you need to connect the remote of the amplifier.

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SOURCE: ipod connection

Take it to the dealer who installed the Alpine and have him plug in a short extension cable for you.

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SOURCE: Connecting High Speed IPOD Cable to Alpin CDE-9874

Best Buy solved my problem.

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You shouldnt have any problem at all. These don't use any special anti-theft features that would keep you from using any faceplate. 

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SOURCE: Installing Alpine CDE-9852 CD Reciever In A Ford Mercury Sable LS

well most commen tool is a phillips head screw driver (+) to remove components to get the old deck out you'll need a dash kit to mount the new radio in 15 buck from canadian tire or audio shop...
the easyest way to wire this up would be getting a harness to plug into the factory harness too get the color code and then u just make the connections red to red yellow to yellow makes it real simple that way... the other way is to get the hanes manual for your vehicle then find out what color each wire is then yu have to cut the factory harness wire up from the book takes alot longer but can be done its worth the 12-20 dollars to get the job done if you need more help ask

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