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Old 11-06-2011, 06:52 PM   #1
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Hey everyone i got a smart phone now and i always listen to pandora on it. Well i wanna hook a aux 3.5 cord from the phone to the radio. Has anyone done this yet?
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yes, i did with my buick stereo just yesterday. should be the same for most delco stereos with a tape deck provided you dont have the monsoon system. heres a link.

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i got a different stereo than that, and mines a 2001 bonneville.
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as long as you have a stock stereo with a tape deck it should work no problem. i got the instructions on how to do mine from a 2004 silverado. the only difference really is the faceplate.
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i dont have a tape deck this is the one i got.
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has anyone got any tips on aux ports. i attached a pic but nobody has said anything. any help would be great.
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If you insist on keeping this deck, the only way to go about it is going to be a FM transmitter look em up on eBay, however any really decent one that doesn't give a lot of static is going to run you around $50-75, the $15-40 belkin type ones are complete garbage. So that being said I suggest just spending around $100 at your local Fry'* Electronics or even Wal-Mart and pick out yourself a decent entry level aftermarket deck, stay away from the Dual brand
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P.*. If you really want to jerry rig it, I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS you could spice into the lines directly might have to get a high/low kit for $15
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if you search around the net there are some tutorials on how to do what i did with my tape deck, but thru the cd deck. it involves making a cd with nothing but complete silence on it.

if you search around you can find it, but as others have mentioned it would be less trouble to just replace it with something aftermarket.
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