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Old 01-30-2011, 04:51 PM   #1
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I was in my Avalanche and was wondering where was my aux port? I notice I had the button for it on my radio and I couldn't find it. Is it behind the radio or does the truck just simply not have the port. Is there an aftermarkert product that i could install in my truck to have access to that aux feature on my truck

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What year is your truck?
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The truck is a 2001
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more than likely do not have one that aux button is on there to run a factory cd changer or XM
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Generally you see those on newer trucks, 2005 and newer. But if you have one it'* on the dash, in the glove box, or on or around the stereo.
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Check your center console, open it up and look on the inside sides
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