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How to conect my ipod to car stereo KDC-MP205

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Here's a link to the instruction manual -->LINK<-- .

It goes into detail to setup the aux input.

Plug iPod into front 3.5mm jack on front and follow the setup instructions.

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Philip

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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