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Ok , this is my first post and a question. I am sure some where in the world wide web there is an answer but.... I am askig here. I just recently purhased a 2004 9-5 arc and it has an auxiliary input cable in the center console. I have no clue how to use it. I tried cycling through all the sources, and double tapping buttons but to no avail. I think it was professionally installed as it is a cleanly routed. I am stumped, please help!
 

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The cassette slot is a popular place to integrate an AUX.
 

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If that doesn't work, turn the radio to either 87.9 or 88.3 and see if it plays.
 

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Do you have a picture of it? If it's a 3.5mm plug stick an MP3 player in and see if it overrides the system. Do you know if the wires are connected to the radio?
 

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IT WORKED, SWEEET! 88.3 is the magic. Thank you so much, is there a difference in sound if it is through the cassette vs the radio? If it is through the radio does that mean it is dealership installed? Also is a slight intermittent vibration normal at idle, I cleaned the TB and the MAF and changed the plugs (the NGK G power ones from NAPA) and it is still there (but lessened). It's not too bad and the car runs great otherwise. Thank you for the quick responses!
 
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