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Loose front AUX

I have the same problem. my Front AUX plug in is loose i cannot listen to my ipod what is the solution? is there a plug directly behind the radio?

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  • chickendi531 Mar 06, 2009

    How did you know which wires went where? I have the exact same problem and I have a white wire, red wire and a black one. On the auxillary input there are three little spots labeled R, G, and L. I'm assuming this means right, left and ground...maybe?

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The wires on the plug. Red, goes to the R terminal. Black goes to the one marked G. And the White goes to L.

Red - R
Black- G
White-L

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Mine did the same thing. I had to take off the detachable face, disassemble it and re-solder the electrical connections for the jack. this solved the problem for me.

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