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I dont know where the aux port is for my cars radio

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Re: I dont know where the aux port is for my cars radio

In back aux input sum have sum dont new aftermarket kenwoods always do if u have sterio thats built into car most likely dont have these will need yto upgrade all new kewoods have front side usb prost also for min i players and aux in bacl for dvd player ect

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