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J-link hook up

I bought the phas linear uv8 and also bought the j-link i pod adaptor, i didn't see any wire's that would hook up to the j-link from the head unit. does anyone no how to hook it up or am i missing another part

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My Jensen TV/DVD unit came with a media box as well as the head unit. The media box was the interface where my iPod and XM antenna plug in, and everything is routed via a DIN cable from the media box to the head unit. I'd think you're missing that extra module that allows all the auxiliary hookups.

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