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I have a foryou car stereo and when I plug in my

I have a foryou car stereo model cmu745 and when I plug in my ipod through the usb port it does not play and displays error06

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Does the radio support ipods or does it support memory sticks
i would check but i can not find a manual for your radio
im guessing that the radio does not support ipods it supports songs on memory sticks.

i recomend that you put some songs on a memory stick or through itunes make your ipod enable disk use

and put the songs on the device using my computer and then try and play some songs

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