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Old 01-31-2005, 01:02 PM   #1
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my 2000 se has a cd/aux button... am i lucky enough to have an input somewhere? id love to directly wire my roady2 to the hu instead of using the wireless modulator. wired modulator i guess is last resort.


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I'm not sure where the auxiliary input would be if you have one at all. It is possible to get one from your dealer or possibly another source. Either way, if you do have one, I'd say ask your dealer where it is located. I have an aftermarket radio so I don't know too much about where the factory aux input is located.
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i am 95% sure there is no input, other than what a stock cd changer would plug into...

wait for one of the 00+ owners to check in...
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The pin-out is posted in the sticky above

However to tap in requires comm on the bus
(usually provided by the changer)

They make a plug in adapter for low level input...
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^ xactly what i was lookin for. similar to using ip-bus on a pioneer deck.

now to look for a low level adaptor.


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