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USB Car Hookup

I hooked my ipod up to the usb port in my car and it works great. My problem now is whenever I unhook it to use with my headphones it wont play any music. When I plug it into the usb in the car it picks right back up. I have tried what seems like everything. Any help would be appreciated.

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First, connect the ipod to your computer and hit reset, like when you get ready to download music, second check the ear phones, make sure its pluged in all the way.

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