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Good morning. I have a Ford Escape car radio 6LST part No. 18C869 AC. I want to install auxiliary output. I can use FRD03 Aux/ S? Cordially Fernando GV

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My Pioneer radio the DEH-2460R has on the back the white and the red cabel plug in, but i can't seem to activate the aux function is this possible with this type of radio?


That's not an auxiliary input, it's an output. Pioneer units that have an auxiliary input use a 3.5mm mini jack, not RCA jacks. Your model does not have an auxiliary input, or any way to add one..

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Where is the 2013 escape aux input fuse location


There is no fuse for this, it is not that kind of circuit.

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Where is the auxiliary input in 2007 sante fe elite


If you don't see anything on the radio saying "auxiliary output" with a little earphone jack then you aren't Aux ready.

You might be able to go to a stereo shop and have them install an auxiliary output plug. They will pull the factory stereo out and splice/plug in an output wire that you can plug your iPod into.

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Can't switch to the auxiliary


try useing it.. plug your aux cord into whatever your using (mp3 player) as maybe your radio won't switch to aux until it senses that there is audio being played through the input aux cord?

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Cd player on 2006 f150 makes a clicking noise and gives a cd error when i turn the vehicle on. the cd changer is empty


sounds like the unit is stuck in ship mode
or the loading gear is bad they make click click like 5 times

radio needs to be repair there is no easy fix for this
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http://www.oemautosound.com/pc-192-86-frd04-aux-ford-2004-and-up-input-audio-adapter-aux-button.aspx

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I'm trying to install the frd04 but I have to connect the purple and green wires to the 24 pin insert...... Do I need to use anything special in order to connect them or do I just need to insert the wire...


this is for radios that have AUX button only if you have a SAT button don't use this interface

the gray violet needs to go to constant 12 volts it will be good if you can cut a litel of the pastic on the vehicle harness and attach this cable to that connection
use black tape to secure the connection
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Car Door Speakers wont work after installing new Stereo


check you Fade and Balance,sometime the ground is used for two speakers sometimes a ground is used more then once will cause your problem ........Good luck......

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How do you install the frd03-dvd? mines came with no instructions.


Hello jeffery_armi,

The FRD03-DVD allows you to replace the factory head-unit and retain the audio and power to your OEM DVD player. With the FRD03-DVD, the audio from the OEM DVD player is connected to the auxiliary input of the aftermarket radio to allow the DVD audio to be heard over the vehicle's audio system.

The FRD03-DVD harness consists of a molex-plug, stereo RCA audio male connectors, and red and black wires ending in "pigtails".

1) Connect the molex plug into the OEM harness.
2) Connect the RCA audio connectors into the "AUX" inputs of your aftermarket head unit.
3) Tap the red "pigtail" wire into the "accessory" lead of the vehicle radio harness (also usually red).
4) Tap the black "pigtail" wire into the "ground" lead of the vehicle radio harness (also usually black). Alternatively, the black wire may be terminated with a ring terminal and secured to a metallic ground nearby.

Hope this helps.

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