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Q: How I use an iPod?

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How I use an iPod?

You can connect your iPod directly to the car’s entertainment system to expand your media library.

  1. Locate the lid for the USB and Aux ports under the display.

  2. Push the lid to open.

  3. Connect the cable from the iPod to the USB port.

  4. Turn on the iPod.

  5. Press Media until the correct setting is displayed. It will say iPod.

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