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Old 12-28-2005, 11:56 PM   #1
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Since everyone and their mother has an ipod these days, I want to see how you guys hooked up your ipods in your Bonneville. Mounts, chargers, transmitters, stuff like that. I have mine rigged up, but it'* only temporary. Ideally I will make a custom mount for it, but you'll see that later.

On a related note, does anyone know if there is an iPod charger that you can hardwire into your fusebox, like they have for radar detectors and XM?

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i would take a pic for ya, but the 95 is no longer mine....

i had a custom made cord running from the AUX IN on my cd player to a 1/8 jack that i mounted under my dash... then i could take a 1/8 to 1/8 stereo cord and plug it into the jack and ipod... 5ft cord so the ppl in back could work it over too...

had the itrip, liked the cord quality better
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