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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to go into the menu and actually switch the aux to on. If you have your owners manual it will tell you how to turn it on. It is under the menu option "built in auxiliary input setting" If you do not have the manual i have a link to it for you. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
SOURCE: aux location
There is a RCA cable that comes off the back of the radio and also another cable for 3.5mm (mini-stereo jack) that also comes off the back of the radio. The RCA jacks can be used for "AUX" or "Sub-woofer" and the 3.5mm jack is just for "AUX". Your ipod can use the audio output jack or the headphone jack and plug that into the 3.5 mm jack on the back of the radio. You will need a "3.5mm male" to "3.5mm male" stereo cord that can be purchased at Radio Shack or Best Buy. Then you select "AUX" on the display with the source button to listen to it. You may need to go into the menu and activate the "AUX" input. Check your owners manual for details.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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