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My accurian 12-362 fm transmitter just stopped working the ipod recognizes it but no display

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most of the fm transmitter came with a switch to select the radio station,select the same on the radio and the fm transmitter if you got more questions call me at 520-882-8979

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I found this fm transmitter for my ipod and plugged it into my car with my ipod and everything. My ipod recognized it and it my ipod but i couldn't get it to play in my car. What station do i need it to be...


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