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Unfortunately the whole head unit needs to be replaced if the actual port is broken,but before you spend all of that money buying and installing a new head unit,try to replace the cable that you are using.if it still does it after the new cable then try to get some electric contact cleaner spray from the auto parts store CRC makes a good cleaner spray.Spray it into the aux port on the head unit and see if that works.If that does not work then replace the whole head unit
It depends on how much damage the valves did or didn't do to the pistons when they hit and bent. At the very least you're looking at a cylinder head rebuild job. But if the valves hit the pistons hard, you're looking at a new engine.