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Would this work in the Taco?

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by Khaos, Mar 27, 2010.

  1. Mar 27, 2010 at 7:41 PM
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    What type of head unit do you have? Stock?

    If Stock, do you have the "AUX" input underneath the HVAC controls?
     
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    I have the stock, non JBL head unit. The '05s didn't have the AUX input, unfortunately.

    Just looking for the cheapest possible way to get my ipod working that isn't a FM Transmitter...
     
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    Morning Khaos,

    I'm not too sure if it will work or not, so this is a bump for you!

    I did some research for a few minutes and came up with, that the adaptor is designed for Pioneer radios. Hence, the DCAXPIO11 in the model #.

    Hope this helps and good luck to you!
     
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    Does your HU have an AUX button to switch it to an AUX input? And I do understand you don't have the Aux connection but I'm trying to figure out it the HU even has that capability. There are some folks here (threads) that dealt with the Aux input. If your HU has the capability to connect an Aux input, you might be able to find a junk yard and get yourself that cable and maybe even the HU if yours doesn't support it. Just some options.

    -Joe
     
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