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Auxiliary Audio connector (RCA)

Auxiliary Audio connector (RCA)

A- Left audio input connector (white)
B- Right audio input connector (red)

You can listen to commercially available audio equipment, such as a portable audio system, from your vehicle’s speakers, by connecting the audio equipment to the audio input connectors, which are external input connectors (pin jacks).

To activate the external audio input mode

A- CD button

A- CD button
B- AM/FM button

1. Use a commercially available audio cable to connect the audio equipment to the internal audio input connector.
2. Press the CD button for more than 2 seconds.

The display will show “AUX” and then the external audio input mode will be activated.

3. To deactivate the external audio input mode, press the AM/FM button or the CD button to switch to another mode.

• Do not operate the connected audio equipment while driving. CAUTION

• Do not operate the connected audio equipment while driving.

This could distract you and an accident might occur.

• The connected audio equipment cannot be operated with the vehicle’s audio system. NOTE

• The connected audio equipment cannot be operated with the vehicle’s audio system.

• For information on how to connect and operate the audio equipment, refer to the owner’s manual for the equipment.

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