Q: Where is the USB adapter cable located?

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Where is the USB adapter cable located?

Depending on the trim level of your car, you may have a USB adapter cable. This allows you to connect an iPod or another USB device to your audio system and listen to music from it. Devices include MP3 players, a range of different iPod models, and USB drives. Here’s where to find it:

  1. Open the center console

  2. Locate the USB connector

  3. Loosen the cable

  4. Attach the dock connector or the drive or other device to the USB connector

Tips

  • Never leave your iPod or other device in the car

  • Don’t use an extension cable

  • Never use a hub device

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