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How to: AUX input in a factory radio
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This is a really nice flickr photo set that describes how to hack you car stereo. It seems like everyone has an MP3 player, but not everyone has an AUX input in his or her car.

After having two newer radios stolen from my car, my dad was nice enough to send me the original factory one. The idea is, no one in their right mind would steal this thing. The only problem is that it doesn’t have an AUX input- how am I to hook up a music player to it? Tape adapters and FM broadcasting devices aren’t a great solution, so I decided to put one in myself.

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  1. When you’re done with the wiring, there are nifty input jacks with self-adhesive backing if you look around a bit — you can locate them near a convenient place to park your IPod/MP3/Wurlitzer Model 2000 Jukebox.

  2. @jeff: Thanks! I suppose it’s overcomplicated, but my goal was to make it a seamless part of the radio interface. Putting it inline with a tape isn’t a bad idea, though.
    @thinkerer: Any one you recommend? I was thinking of making an iPod dock with controls mounted under my steering wheel, but I just have a wire routed to a storage container in my center console for now.

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