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Where is the auxiliary input jack located?
Using an auxiliary input cable allows you to connect additional devices to your car’s audio system, such as a portable CD player, smartphone or another type of device. Your Accord has a built-in auxiliary input jack for just this purpose. You’ll find it located inside the center console near the back (beside the USB connector). To connect, you’ll need to use a 3.5-mm stereo connector. Once you have your device connected, just press the CD/AUX button to access it.
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