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Old 06-25-2007, 07:29 PM   #1
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I tried searching both here and on Google but I find so many different things I don't know for sure whats what.

Here is what I have - 2005 SE with Factory HU & Factory XM and NO CD Changer, however, I have the AUX/CD button or what ever it is and a single CD player, no tape.

What exactly do I do to get an AUX input on this radio? I just cancelled my XM since and I would like to be able to hook up my mp3 player and or iPod and or portable Sat Player once I figure out what I really want.

Has anyone done this on an '05?

Do I connect the PIE device to where XM comes in, in the trunk? Is there a cable in the trunk for a CD changer that I use, or do I connect it to the HU directly where the CD changer cable would plug in? If once I do find somewhere to plug it in - can I still use the factory XM if I where to turn it back on?

Is it 9, 10 or 12 Pin.. Will it even work with my Radio?

See, I am left with more questions then answers - and trying to avoid calling the local 'shop'...

TIA!
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Did you ever find any answers? I havea a similar vehicle I would like to added a MP3 input
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some times you can install an aux input right behind the head unit and other times you have to go to the trunk. Call PIE and ask them.
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Thanks! I will call; it'* worth a shot before I taking everything apart.
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Ya man! Let us know what you come up with. That is the good thing about a forum. Your research may help out several other people in the future.
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