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I am looking for a replacement ipod cable for the gce 7207i - can anyone help?

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  • clarea331 Jul 07, 2008

    There is nothing on the stereo, just a cable coming out marked ipod with a 9 pin male connection. I have lost the cable that came with the stereo that links this to the ipod. I have tried contacting goodmans direct, they gave me another company to try who also couldn't help.

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Couldn't find much around the Internet so I sent an email to Goodmans directly. I will let you know what they say.

Also, it would help if you could tell us any part numbers or insciptions that are on the iPod cradle you have now. Thanks.

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    Dean Joly Jul 07, 2008

    They referred me to Charles Hyde and Son but I couldn't find the repalcement cradle there either. Seems as though they are not available seperately. What I suggest is to purchase another GCE7207i on ebay then resell the head unit without the cradle on eBay.

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