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Old 02-20-2011, 12:36 PM   #1
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94 ipod addaptor

Sorry if this is the wrong place to put this. But does anyone know if there are any iPod addaptor kits for a 94? Thanks
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Any electronics shop sells a kit that hooks uo to factory stereos for ipods
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Any electronics shop sells a kit that hooks uo to factory stereos for ipods
i thought u couldn't do it with all stereo's?
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i thought u couldn't do it with all stereo's?
Go to your local big box electronics store like best buy or whatever. They will tell ya if it's possible with your head unit. I think they can do it with just about any factory head unit. Go for a tour and ask a couple questions. My mom had a 94 ford minivan and when she handed it down to my sister she got the iPod adapter hook up direct to deck. Worst case scenario buy a transponder that works thru the fm dial and plugs into your lighter and go that route. I had one in my truck until I bought my alpine that plugs in direct to iPod. The transponders aren't shielded tho so you may get some noise thru the fm but it wasn't bad. And I had a cheapie so maybe the nicer ones are magnetically shielded grim interference. Try best buy or future shop. They got what you need
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Go to your local big box electronics store like best buy or whatever. They will tell ya if it's possible with your head unit. I think they can do it with just about any factory head unit. Go for a tour and ask a couple questions. My mom had a 94 ford minivan and when she handed it down to my sister she got the iPod adapter hook up direct to deck. Worst case scenario buy a transponder that works thru the fm dial and plugs into your lighter and go that route. I had one in my truck until I bought my alpine that plugs in direct to iPod. The transponders aren't shielded tho so you may get some noise thru the fm but it wasn't bad. And I had a cheapie so maybe the nicer ones are magnetically shielded grim interference. Try best buy or future shop. They got what you need
i have that in my work van, quality not so good. and it suppose to be one of the better ones.
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