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Does your car player have a auxillary jack (looks like headphone hole)
or does it just have a tape player?
if it has an auxilary plug then you need to plug the cable from your ipod into that and set the stereo to aux for source.
if the car has a tape player go to the store and ask for the cassette that plugs into your headphone jack. then you can put that tape into the tapeplayer and plug the other end in your headphone port on the ipod and listen away
Once you've connected your ipod (or whatever mp3) select function and keep pressing till AUX is displayed. You then need to use up/down arrows to change the settings to on. It should then be added to the source list along with tuner/cd. Make sure you the mp3 is connected first or it wont be on the function options!