This is an inexpensive alternative to the PIE adapter. These wires will need to be removed from the ICP connector and connected to a stereo jack so you can listen to your MP3 player through the factory radio. The cassette or CD player needs to be functional for this mod to work. You will need to have basic soldering skills to accomplish this or find a friend that can solder.
Car radio hookup
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Adding an auxiliary input to your Ford stereo will allow you to connect external sources to the vehicle's audio system. To play music and other content from your iPod or Mp3 device, you'd simply connect the device to the installed auxiliary adapter. You would also be able to connect a satellite radio receiver or other media device without extensive adaptations to your stock radio, using the AUX input. Remove the negative battery cable from the Ford's battery, using a Phillips head screwdriver to loosen the cable's clamp on the negative battery lead. Remove the lead from the negative lead post, until the installation is complete. Insert the DIN removal tools into the holes on either side of the face of the stereo.
Add an Auxiliary (MP3/Ipod) Input to Your Car's Stock Radio
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Fortunately my car which comes out in the summer has a system I am now yearning to live without: Auxiliary input. Seeing as I spend enough on upgrades for my car, I set out to a budget approach for the Ranger. I figure, there must be a way to tap into the radio with my own audio signal, at some point before it hits the amplifier. Sure enough, someone beat me to it. Unfortunately however, I was unclear on the whole process especially since my radio was not the same configuration.