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Old 02-05-2005, 18:06   #1 (permalink)
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2005 Explorer Auxillary Radio Input?

I am looking to connect an MP3 player to a 2005 Explorer. Has anyone used a PIE or Peripheral adapter successfully? Any suggestions? How difficult is maching one of these devices up for the different factory radio options?

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Re: 2005 Explorer Auxillary Radio Input?

just use an fm modulator or a 3.5mm to rca plug and plug it into the inputs on the stereo
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Re: 2005 Explorer Auxillary Radio Input?

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I am looking to connect an MP3 player to a 2005 Explorer. Has anyone used a PIE or Peripheral adapter successfully? Any suggestions? How difficult is maching one of these devices up for the different factory radio options?

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what kinda MP3 player u gonna run? id suggest an IPOD, buy the FM mod that he was talking about, but buy the one from IPOD, my friends got it, and it works like a damm dream. no static or nothin at all.GL
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