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I bought the iwave car charger and there are no instructions in it. it says it will charge my ipod while i can listen to it at the same time. i knwo you just plug it in to your car and your ipod too but how do i get it to play? i pressed play on my ipod and nothing happened. do i have to change something in my car to a certain setting?

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You may have to tune your radio into a special frequency. Some of these units simply transmit a FM Signal so they can be used in any car with a FM Radio. Plug it all in, pick your fav song and play, then Auto-Tune the Radio in your car untill you hear your song!!

Posted on Apr 04, 2011

  • courtney_ati Apr 04, 2011

    how do i auto tune my radio in my car?

  • Grant Meier Apr 05, 2011

    Meant to say manually tune in your radio until you hear song, depending on the model of radio this is usually done by pressing the seek or tune button.

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