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Where is the auxiliary jack located?
Your audio system is pretty advanced, even if your car doesn’t have the multi-information display. It’s capable of playing music from another source – all you have to do is connect the other device with a cable to the auxiliary jack. Here’s where to find the jack:
Look under the main audio system and heating/air conditioning controls
You’ll find the auxiliary jack next to the front power accessory socket
Flip the cover up
Connect your auxiliary cable and the other device
When you connect a cable to the auxiliary jack, the audio system will automatically switch over to AUX.
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