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Old 10-01-2011, 10:39 AM   #1
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I have a 04 fx4 screw and on the stock radio I have the aux button and would like to be able to listen to music off my phone is there a way to put one in so I can I have searched and can't seem to find anything
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Pull the radio out and see if there is a aux input on the back
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Nothing back there
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I use this and it is great. Plugs into the cigarette light plug. Plays thru the radio. Can use USB or SD card. Also cheap enough too.
1 "Soundfly AUX MP3 Player Car Fm Transmitter for SD Card, USB Stick, Mp3 Players (iPod, Zune, Sansa) with Remote Control"
$39.99 from Amazon
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Search for the PIE adapter. It is easy to install and works great. I used transmitters before and the reception was ok depending on the location. The direct input is so much better.
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Honestly man do this, for 110 bucks you can buy a Pioneer 1300. They have a much better signal and better settings for base and trebble and mid. They also have aux. in and mp3 capability. For that price just go buy one at wal mart and get a cover for it for 15 bucks and then the wiring harness is 10. So for 135 bucks you now have a better style that looks cool, better funtions, and aux. in which is what you need.
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