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Is there a way to add a jack or connector for an Ipod to the RDS infinity 6 disk system. How about adding the Serious Sat system. Is there a Factory head unit that has these that will plug into an 03 with steering wheel cont? Without going aftermarket head unit, what can be done to upgrade the 03 infinity?
Basically this thing is a jumper that will attach to the factory plugs with pigtails that allow you to hook up your ipod. The unit for the 06 that I got has an ipod hook up and set of RCA jacks so I can run sound only from a DVD player thru my sterio. It unlocke the VES (Vehicle Entertainment System) mode on the radio. I just got done installing mine and I think I got a funny side effect, my satelite radio works now and I don't subscribe to it. We'll see how long that lasts.
They're RCA inputs. One red, one white. They're for whatever you want input to the radio in addition to an ipod hook up.
Originally Posted by blj184
so ur saying that with that wiring harness in the above post that all u have 2 do i buy a 06 or new radio and use that wiring harness and it should slide rite in with no wire spicing
No, the one in the link above is for 2002 to 2005 trucks. I looked it up on account of the OP wanting info on the subject. You have to read the specs on it to see if it will work with your radio because it won't work with all 02-05 radio models.
I have an 06 so I had to get a slightly different one but it does the same thing.
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