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1999 Esclade iPod instillation
I've spend a quite amount of time researching for a solution for my problem, but I could not find an answer. Hence, I've decide to start a thread.
What I wanted to do was connect my iPod to my vehicles stereo using an aux connector that would connect to the back of the stereo in the CD port.
My problem is, my factory Bose stereo has 6-disc changer, and all the aux inputs I have found are incompatible with 6-disc changer. I also have other questions, but this is the main concern .
(I refuse to use FM transmitter or the cassette adapter)
To sum up...
1. How would I fix the above problem?
2.My stereo is anti-theft, what is the code to unlock it?
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