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Q: How do I use the AUX port to play music?

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How do I use the AUX port to play music?

The AUX port allows you to play music through the speakers, from a portable device. In order to use the AUX port, you will need a 3.5 mm auxiliary cable. Plug one end of the auxiliary cable into the AUX port in the center console, and plug the other end into the headphone jack in your portable device. Press the CD/AUX button, and then begin playing music from your device.

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