Question about Car Audio & Video
If your using the aux plug in the front make sure the plug is fully inserted into the ipod and the stereo. then make sure all audio settings are set correctly. If you are using any other type of connection for your ipod ensure the connection is not loose.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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