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Old 26 Sep 2006, 07:41 pm
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Default 2006 Honda Pilot LX iPod Help

Hello All,
I have heard that Hondas usually have a port in the back of the factory
installed stereo (hidden port) that can be used to connect the iPod. I
have an '06 Pilot LX. The stereo input selection button shows CD/Tape
and there is no tape player in the car. I was wondering if somone has
explored the back of the factory radio to see if there is an extra set
of ports.

Also, can someone tell me how to pull the original radio out of the
console for some investigation.

All i am looking for is to get the sound. I dont really care abt
controlling iPod thru stereo.

Thanks,
Shoaib

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Old 26 Sep 2006, 07:56 pm
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Default Re: 2006 Honda Pilot LX iPod Help

shoaibj@gmail.com wrote in news:1159314117.912431.74350
@e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com:

> Hello All,
> I have heard that Hondas usually have a port in the back of the factory
> installed stereo (hidden port) that can be used to connect the iPod. I
> have an '06 Pilot LX. The stereo input selection button shows CD/Tape
> and there is no tape player in the car. I was wondering if somone has
> explored the back of the factory radio to see if there is an extra set
> of ports.
>
> Also, can someone tell me how to pull the original radio out of the
> console for some investigation.
>
> All i am looking for is to get the sound. I dont really care abt
> controlling iPod thru stereo.
>



It's called the AUX input.

See here: http://www.pie.net/


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Old 26 Sep 2006, 08:49 pm
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Default Re: 2006 Honda Pilot LX iPod Help

is there a port in the back of Honda Pilot 06 LX factory stereo that
can be used?

TeGGeR® wrote:
> shoaibj@gmail.com wrote in news:1159314117.912431.74350
> @e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com:
>
> > Hello All,
> > I have heard that Hondas usually have a port in the back of the factory
> > installed stereo (hidden port) that can be used to connect the iPod. I
> > have an '06 Pilot LX. The stereo input selection button shows CD/Tape
> > and there is no tape player in the car. I was wondering if somone has
> > explored the back of the factory radio to see if there is an extra set
> > of ports.
> >
> > Also, can someone tell me how to pull the original radio out of the
> > console for some investigation.
> >
> > All i am looking for is to get the sound. I dont really care abt
> > controlling iPod thru stereo.
> >

>
>
> It's called the AUX input.
>
> See here: http://www.pie.net/
>
>
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Old 26 Sep 2006, 09:11 pm
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shoaibj@gmail.com wrote in
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> is there a port in the back of Honda Pilot 06 LX factory stereo that
> can be used?



Like I said, it's called the AUX input port. See the page I referenced..


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