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Posted: Tue May 17, 2005 2:27 pm 
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hey guys,
just wonderin if it is in any way possible to hook an ipod (without using the fm thing ontop of the pod) in a ba xt, im runnin a sub an amp is there a way to hook the pod into the amp at all?
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Posted: Tue May 17, 2005 8:29 pm 
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There is provisions for an Auxillary Audio Connector for the BA Falcons.
The connector is Behind the fuse Panel, and from memory is a 6 pin plug, with 5 wires coming out from it....
These wires are -

Red - Left Channel
White - Right Channel
Orange / Black - Ground this wire to Enable the Auxillary Input
Black - This is the Ground / Sheild wire

NOTE : The connector is not BLUE in Colour... The blue connector is very similar to the Aux Audio Input connector, but is used for the Mobile Phone Handsfree wiring....

Also, if your amp and Subs are running of the stock BA Sound system, then there is no reason why they wont work with the BAs AUX connector...

FORD sells a Harness that pretty much plugs on to this connector, and gives you a 3.5mm mini Phone Jack that screws on to the plastic behind the tissue holder.... (Where there is a 6mm Hole)....
This costs $30 or so Dollars, and might be easier than fluffing around with Spade plugs, and crap...

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Posted: Thu May 19, 2005 2:57 pm 
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thanks mate thats a huge help!
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