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    Aux in

    I previously had a cd30 mp3 in my car with the Aux in plug by the hand brake, as I have now put an aftermarket stereo in the Aux in no longer works I have had a look online and found out the the Aux in plugs in to the wiring loom using 2 pins if I was to buy a plug like this

    http://www.audiospares.com/product.php?productid=656

    Would I then just be able to connects the two aux cables to this and buy a RCA cable from that plug to the Aux in on the headunit and retain use of the standard Aux plug?

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    The aux in would use 3 pins, left right and ground. Yes you could wire one up again to make use of the factory socket
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    Thanks for the reply, what part would I need to do this?

    Will this just then plug straight into the RCA on the back of the headunit?

    Thanks in advance

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    You could do it all with a soldering iron on the quadlock connector so all you'll need is some RCA leads and about 20cm of wire. Look at the factory headunit for the pin outs as to where to solder
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