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MP3 player over my car speakers?

Hi, I am trying to play my INSIGNIA MP3 player through my AUX in my car. The car manual said that I can play MP3 players throuugh the AUX in, but I tried and it didn't work. I went to Best Buy and they said the cable that I was using was the right one. What am I doing wrong?

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Try from both ports on your Insignia and make sure you've turned the volume on it all the way up. On the car stereo, make sure the source is set it auxiliary (usually AUX-IN). Also double check your cord isn't damaged and plugged in all the way on both sides.

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