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Help me find the jacks/ports

Hi there, i cannot find a usb and an Aux jack in my FH-P6050UB (pioneer) atleast not on the face panel can you please help me find it? because i can see there is an option of AUX as well as USB connection

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  • dosendme May 31, 2009

    thank you for your reply. yes the unit comes installed in the car by the company when you buy a toyota corolla in Pakistan
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I have just taken a look at the pioneer website and the jack you are looking for is at the rear of the unit. type your band in to google and it has all the info on the unit and pre outs for AUX, Has the unit been installed ?

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