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Re: my car died now the AUX1 doesnt show on my radio
There is a reset switch which needs to be pressed once mains are disconnected (as your car died down).do press it once.
The AUX control to which the ipod is connected is to be switched ON .It is not automatically ON.
once you put the AUX "on" you can hear your ipod.
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First make sure that the AUX option is not set to off. Press A.Menu and then Initial Menu. Then select Aux1 or Aux2. Set this to match the type of device connected to the Auxiliary port, (The options are video, audio and OFF.) (When not in use, these should be set to OFF.)
Then press the Source button and try to set the Source to AUX1 or Aux2. If it still doesn't work, make sure that your device is connected to the jack. If that doesn't help, try a different device cable to connect to the Aux jack.
Possible, but if your iPod is playing through an aux input, it is just gonna be analog audio through a headphone jack. Basically, if you have sound through headphones, then you can pipe that into any source unit. What radio do you have (brand and model number)? some radios have menus that require that you first turn on "Aux" before you'll hear any audio through it. Depending on brand and model, some units have "Aux1" and "Aux2".
This is easy, Press in and hold the function button and the volume dial,.. after the function menu comes up press function again to get to Aux off.. press up to get it to Aux 1 and then press in the volume dial again and youre set!
While you may read over a million answers to this problem, try this one first:
With the KEY ON, POWER THE UNIT OFF, by pushing the volume button IN for 3 seconds.
After power is off and key is STILL ON, press and hold the volume
button AGAIN for 3 FULL SECONDS. The elusive "Initial" settings should
reappear at this point. press function to navigate the INITIAL SETTINGS to turn on AUX1 or AUX2, and even to set the clock...
To get out of INITIAL SETTINGS, simply press
again for THREE SECONDS, or press "BAND" to "escape"...
Are you sure it is an AUX input?
According to the Manufacturers Specs, the AUX, is an optional accessory.
There is a Pre-Amp connection, which would be an output, hence causing the problem you are having.
Best of Luck.
Turn the ignition key to on or accessory position, turn the stereo off, then hold the function key for a couple seconds, the stereo will turn on and you scroll through the menu with the left and right arrow buttons and change settings with the up and down buttons