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Old 12-08-2009, 01:03 PM   #1
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Default Stock Stereo on a 2006 XLT help please!

I recently bought a white 2006 XLT crew cab with the 4.6L. I enjoy the sound of the stock stereo and am not in a position to buy an expensive aftermarket head. The stock stereo has an AUX button, but there is no 1/8 inch jack on either the face or the tray up on the dash. What I'm wondering is, can I go up under and behind the face and find a plug that i hook another cord up to for my iPod? Does this make sense to anyone? Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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there are some aftermarkit moduals that you can get .the aux radio plug on radio is data , so you cant plug straight in .or a fm modulater.
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i actually have a intergration unit for sale, it plugs into the factory harness and lets you use the head unit to navigate your ipod, it makes use of the aux button, its called a isimple, works great only reason im selling it is because im fixin to get a aftermarket HU
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I haven't seen the isimple... Will check that out... I know the harness that crutchfield has is 100.00...
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i actually have a intergration unit for sale, it plugs into the factory harness and lets you use the head unit to navigate your ipod, it makes use of the aux button, its called a isimple, works great only reason im selling it is because im fixin to get a aftermarket HU



Hey bud, how much do you want for that iSimple?
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Hey bud, how much do you want for that iSimple?
sold it over the weekend, missed your chance man, look on ebay sometimes you can find them on there for a deal, amazon has them too
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Awwww ok thanks anyway. It's all good.
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