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I have a 2009 Coupe with Navigation so there is no auxiliary input to plug my MP3 player into. I've been getting by by burning MP3s onto CDs and then using the CD player; needless to say, it's getting kind of old. Is there an easy solution that allows playing MP3 files straight from MP3 player through factory stereo/navigation system that does not require cutting or splitting wires? The how-to search results I found looked a bit challenging for me. Any help is appreciated.
iPhone and the $9 headphone jack tie in to the xm box. Replaced the Bose speakers with some Boston SE's, disconnected the center channel dash speaker and I'm pretty pleased. I also use a pro clip (or something like that) to hold the phone. It has a place to plug in a charging cable. 5 stars for that little device. Good luck.
I have the PAL 1 (dealer installed option from previous owner). I'm getting it fixed (it distorts like a loose cable or wiring issue). I couldn't troubleshoot it myself but either way that would fix your problem.
Talk to kawal and buy a PAL 1 and upgrade it to a PAL 2.
My car has an Alpine INA-W900 stereo. Iphone4 adapter plugged in, so I just plug in my phone. My problem is I don't have many mp3's and I absolutely refuse to pay for them, so I mostly listen to CD's or rely on friends to give me music.