Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi, when they say "capable" it usually means you can buy an adapter to make it work. Since that radio is also iPod capable, there is probably an interface on the back where an adapter can plug in. If you go to http://www.crutchfield.com/app/car/carselector.aspx?vb=Y&g=770&sl=Y&lp=%2fApp%2fProduct%2fCategory%2fGroupMenu.aspx%3fg%3d770%26tp%3d15& and enter your car info, they will provide info on what you need to make it work. Alternatively, the CD player in the head may be mp3 ready--not sure from the description I have read. Maybe you can try burning your book to a CD to see if that will work. Please let me know if you have more questions and thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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