Question about Car Audio & Video
When i press the CD button a second time it comes up with AUX, but no connection in the car, i assume i can connect a lead to the back allowing me to have an AUX input.
It really depends on the company who produced the radio. I know with certain types such as Kenwood, you have to get an auxiliary module that hooks into a pin-out on the back of the radio. However, if it is selecting Aux already, you may have a powered connection, so I would try hooking into the back if there is a spot, and see if it works.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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