Great picture.... so looks like the galaxy phones in my house wont work in her car. Oh well her iPhone is all that matters ti her anyhow.
Sadly, my own aux mod was not able to accept the signal from another aftermarket head unit. Just not enough output voltage I guess. Strange that a HU would have less output voltage than an iPhone.
Hopefully I can get the other method working by including pin #16 in the mod, then my new Pioneer can feed audio to the stock head unit.
Until then, this thing just gets to go for a ride and look pretty in the dash. This adapter I bought worked out pretty well, and my paint job on it matches the dash just fine. It was a dark grey when I received it, sadly the only color the online shop had.
Cool, thanks for the tip. Good to know. I have a 2nd 2004 6 that needs an aux now, I'll try this method next time.There’s a much easier way to get this done:
With both methods below a radio mod might be required:
(some radios required to do a L716 MOD http://www.gromaudio.com/docs/maz_L716_E.htm )
If you cannot afford this:
You can do it yourself; just follow the link below