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Old 02-13-2008, 10:37 AM
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I am wanting to do the same thing. I as well dont have the input in my tray but haev the AUX button. From what I have read on other threads I can use the Peripheral system. I bought one a while ago but cant find it.
From what I could tell when i bought it, it also charges the unit as well. Is this true??
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yes, it charges your ipod, and when getting the peripheral system, you just call up crutchfield, and tell them what you want, then they will tell you which vehicle specific cord that you need that will run from their unit to your head unit.

you need to make sure your head unit says "MP3" on the front of it, otherwise it wont work.
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I purchased the PIE connector for my Sirius radio. Works great with the Aux button and was easy to install. The plug is the same size for the Ipod so it plays that also.
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Originally Posted by Motoxd3 View Post
thanks ^_^
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which Peripheral system did you put in TY?
also transmaster, when changing out the heads to the new Crutchfield one which did you do, and how hard was it??

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At http://www.Crutchfield.com they have videos of how it is done so
you can watch.

I just got this receiver in the mail today http://www.crutchfield.com/App/Produ...&tp=5684&avf=Y When I install it I will let you know how easy it was.

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Old 02-14-2008, 11:07 AM
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yes, it charges your ipod, and when getting the peripheral system, you just call up crutchfield, and tell them what you want, then they will tell you which vehicle specific cord that you need that will run from their unit to your head unit.

you need to make sure your head unit says "MP3" on the front of it, otherwise it wont work.

I believe I have heard different. Even if I dont have the 6 disc MP3 I can still plug "A" system up to the changer port. Maybe not the peripheral but I do know some will work.

Does anyone know of a system that will plug into the changer port on the factory system and also charge the ipod using the ipod connector not headphone jack and seperate lighter plug charger??
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thanks ^_^
--edit--
which Peripheral system did you put in TY?
also transmaster, when changing out the heads to the new Crutchfield one which did you do, and how hard was it??

thanks


At http://www.Crutchfield.com they have videos of how it is done so
you can watch.

I just got this receiver in the mail today http://www.crutchfield.com/App/Produ...&tp=5684&avf=Y When I install it I will let you know how easy it was.
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That receiver looks good, just about in my price range too (yay for income tax checks!! lol) and has what i would like in one.
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