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Old 11-19-2012, 06:07 PM
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You guys rock! Got on here to search for this and it's current. Thanks.

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Document not found on that link. So are you saying I can plug a headphone jack in on backside of head unit?
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Document not found on that link. So are you saying I can plug a headphone jack in on backside of head unit?
Just search frd04 adapter. The pie unit is stadard just the connections differ in price
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So this thing works on Trucks before '06? Mine was built 2/05. Just clarifying. Everything I've heard up to this point says it has to be '06 or after. Even Crutchfield's.

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Works on my '05. It plugs in to the Aux input on the back of the radio and converts the input to traditional RCA inputs. It came with a RCA to a 3.5mm jack cable whick I ran thru the otherwise useless bag holder.

The steering wheel volume control works, but nothing else. The controls on the radio don't work either. You have to use the idevice buttons. I would like to have a RCA to USB cable and maybe I could have more radio/steering controls and the idevice would charge too.

The Aux input is in the back on these radios. It is a OEM style harness pug in and not the 3.5mm jack or USB, so you can't just plug and play the MP3 or idevice without this or a similar adapter.

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^^^^what he said
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I have the FRD04 in my 2004 (no steering wheel controls). In general it works fine. On occasion, the headunit can not proprerly see the unit. It shows an error on the display ... something like "eject" (I do not recall what exactly). I have to unplug the unit and plug it back in to have it recognize again. Does anyone else have an issue like this?
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I have the FRD04 in my 2004 (no steering wheel controls). In general it works fine. On occasion, the headunit can not proprerly see the unit. It shows an error on the display ... something like "eject" (I do not recall what exactly). I have to unplug the unit and plug it back in to have it recognize again. Does anyone else have an issue like this?
Nah mine works fine, the only pain is if i have my ipod plugged in before i switch my unit to AUX it will pause it. I know its not a big deal just a inconvience.
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Works on my '05. It plugs in to the Aux input on the back of the radio and converts the input to traditional RCA inputs. It came with a RCA to a 3.5mm jack cable whick I ran thru the otherwise useless bag holder.

The steering wheel volume control works, but nothing else. The controls on the radio don't work either. You have to use the idevice buttons. I would like to have a RCA to USB cable and maybe I could have more radio/steering controls and the idevice would charge too.

The Aux input is in the back on these radios. It is a OEM style harness pug in and not the 3.5mm jack or USB, so you can't just plug and play the MP3 or idevice without this or a similar adapter.
Ahh now I understand, thank you. I'm gonna do this very soon.
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