Q: How do I use the auxiliary jack?

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How do I use the auxiliary jack?

The auxiliary jack allows you to play music through the sound system from an external device such as an iPhone or an MP3 player. Using the auxiliary jack takes only a few steps: 1. Open the AUX cover in the center console. 2. Connect one end of a standard 1/8-inch stereo cable to the auxiliary jack. 3. Connect the other end of the cable into the auxiliary jack of your device (the same jack where you plug in your headphones). When a device is connected through the auxiliary jack, the audio system will automatically play from AUX mode.

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