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I have a Sirius Stiletto 2 radio. How do I

I have a Sirius Stiletto 2 radio with a vehicle docking accessory. How do I connect to the F250 radio audio system using the "AUX" button on the radio cover near the MENU button? Is there a "line in" jack available under the radio cover or elsewhere to connect the Sirius radio to the truck audio system?

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NO there is no line input jack the AUX button was made for the rear video system
but there is a audio adapter you can use go here
to read more about it

FRD04-AUX

Posted on Apr 01, 2010

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    Ernesto Ruesta Dec 09, 2011

    All ford radios from 2004 to 2011 come with a AUX button this is the rear dvd input, if there is no dvd in your ford vehicle you can use that port to install the auxiliary audio input adapter, you can add any audio source to the ford radio from dvd iPod mp3 iPhone the PIE FRD04-AUX don't work on ford radios with the SAT button

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