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I have a Y-cable (dual RCA plugs one end and

I have a Y-cable (dual RCA plugs on one end and auxiliary jack on the other) plugged into the back of my Pioneer Supertuner IIID car stereo. It only plays the auxiliary device (my iPod) through the rear speakers. Everything else (the CD and radio play through all the speakers). Do you have a solution?

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Make sure your jack is pressed all the way in your IPod

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You have a stereo rca plug set to a mono audio plug.
you need a stereo rca plug set to a stereo audio plug

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