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Old 05-18-2011, 10:17 PM
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iPod connection

Hey guys,

We just received 6 transits that are being rotated into our fleet. The ones on the lot had an iPod connection. These don't. Does anyone know if it's just a pigtail that needs to be added or if it's more complicated?

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From the schematic it appears to be a separate plug into the back of the audio unit.
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Hey guys,

We just received 6 transits that are being rotated into our fleet. The ones on the lot had an iPod connection. These don't. Does anyone know if it's just a pigtail that needs to be added or if it's more complicated?

Thanks in advance

You can easily try the aftermarket unit for better entertainment.



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