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Q: How do I use the auxiliary input to play a device?

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How do I use the auxiliary input to play a device?

A: You can play music from a device – such as ...

You can play music from a device – such as an MP3 player or a computer – by using an auxiliary cable. Here’s how: 1. Locate the auxiliary input, inside the center console. The auxiliary input looks like a headphone jack. 2. Connect one end of an auxiliary cable into the auxiliary input. 3. Connect the other end of the auxiliary cable into the auxiliary jack of your device, which is the same place where you plug in your headphones. 4. Turn on the infotainment system and press the AUX button. 5. Play your music.

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