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Old 08-06-2010, 11:37 AM
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06 F250 Bluetooth/Aux In

I have a 2006 F250 King Ranch with the factory radio with 6 disc cd changer. I have an iphone 3gs and wanted to know if there was some type of adapter than can somehow connect via bluetooth to the factory radio so i can answer my phone through the factory speakers and such. Also if there was an apdapter so i can have an AUX in so i can play music from my ipod, I know there is an AUX option on the radio itself but not sure how to get it connected.

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Old 08-09-2010, 05:58 AM
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Bluetooth Cell Phone Calls and Music

+1 for me. But, I'd like to bluetooth the music from my phone (droid).

The Aux would be nice too but hopefully I won't have to worry about that.

I have read about Parrot kits

Parrot USA. Parrot AR.Drone. Bluetooth hands free car kit, Bluetooth car system. MKi 9200. Zikmu for iPod & iPhone.



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I have a 2006 F250 King Ranch with the factory radio with 6 disc cd changer. I have an iphone 3gs and wanted to know if there was some type of adapter than can somehow connect via bluetooth to the factory radio so i can answer my phone through the factory speakers and such. Also if there was an apdapter so i can have an AUX in so i can play music from my ipod, I know there is an AUX option on the radio itself but not sure how to get it connected.

Any help would be great. Thanks

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I am unsure of an adapter to run bluetooth through your speakers, however, you can purchase a PIE adapter to utilize the AUX input to play your IPOD or Satellite radio. I have one that I just took out of my 06 F250 with the same radio because I upgraded to an aftermarket radio. I am willing to sell it for half of what I paid for it. Contact me if you are interested.
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