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Icon5 Aux Input With Factory Radio?

i have the factory 6 disk mp3 radio in my ranger and i just bought an ipod and was curious is there any way other than the stupid fm modulators to make my ipod work with my radio
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you have to make sure your radio has the changer input plug.....if it doesnt, then it wont work..
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I was checking something like that out just the other day: http://www.oemautosound.com/pc-274-1...interface.aspx
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I bought the ford trip tunes and it works just fine. The ford part number is 6R3Z-19A464-AA. I am not quite sure if it will work with your radio or not, with mine being a 2006 it was compatable. I have had no problems with it.
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I bought the ford trip tunes and it works just fine. The ford part number is 6R3Z-19A464-AA. I am not quite sure if it will work with your radio or not, with mine being a 2006 it was compatable. I have had no problems with it.
can you post some pictures of it? how does it plug into the factory radio?
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I was checking something like that out just the other day: http://www.oemautosound.com/pc-274-1...interface.aspx
does this work if you dont have a cd changer plug?
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does this work if you dont have a cd changer plug?
No, not according to the App. Notes at the bottom: "For radios with CD changer control only."
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when i had my intrepid, some of the guys at dodgeintrepid.net wired up aux inputs on their stock headunits. i don't remember how, but i know they did it. you could always get an fm transmitter though
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fm transmitters suck......
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