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AUX-FRDW Auxiliary Input Jack for select 1995-Up Ford with remote CD Changer

AUX-FRDW Auxiliary Input Jack for select 1995-Up Ford with remote CD Changer
Play audio devices in select Fords while retaining the CD Changer.
Many Ford Radio owners must disconnect the external CD Changer (in armrest, trunk or hatch etc.), or change radio in order to connect and play portable audio devices in their cars, but thanks to the AUX-FRDW those proud owners can now enjoy the music stored on their iPods, MP3 Players or stream music from internet using their Smartphones or Tablets without compromising the External Changer or replacing the Radio. Simply install the 3.5mm jack on or near the dashboard, plug in the audio device and enjoy the best possible sound on the car speakers. When in the mood for tunes in the Changer, unplug audio device from the jack-- its that simple.

» Requires and retains use of the factory External CD Changer. (Vehicle MUST HAVE External 6 Disc CD Changer)
» Connect and play your Pods, iPhones, Smartphones MP3 Players and etc.
» Stream music from popular sites like Spotify, Pandora. Tunein etc
» Listen to your apps (e.g. navigation) on the car speakers
» Connects to the 12-way Changer port at 6-Disc Changer location.
» Retain original look and feel of dashboard components
» Plug-n-play (no wire splicing or cutting)
[Please read all requirements and warnings posted below prior to purchasing this part.]
1. 1995-Up Ford,Lincoln, Mercury, Jaguar and Nissan with an external CD Changer. 6-CD Changer built-into radio is not external.
2. All vehicles must have an External CD Changer. (Will *NOT* work without the Changer)
3. Remote (External) Changers are installed in hatch, trunk, armrest, below seat etc. (not built-into Radio).
4. Works on Ford external CD Changer with this 12-way connector.
5. The AUX-FRDW Requires AND Retains the remote Changer. Vehicles without external Changer, may purchase this Adapter.
6. Cable lengths are 6 and 10 ft. Make selection below based on your application.

» Main Aux cable (6 or 10 ft. long) x 1
» Free 3.5-3.5mm Audio cable (3 ft. long) x1

Avoid costly returns. Click Here for Installation Guide and FAQ.

*CD6 Changer built-into the headunit is not an external Changer. External CD Changers are mounted in armrest, hatch, trunk etc.

1. A functioning external CD Changer (with at least one disc) required for proper operation.
2. Ford Radios with "SAT" button on face are not compatible.

Product Details
Part Number AUX-FRDW
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Regular Price: $59.95
Discount Price: $39.98 (35.83)
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  • Author: Jon
    I bought this for my 1998 Lincoln Navigator, and I must say it does exactly what its suppose to do. Easy installation just removed the four bolts holding in the cd changer and simply connected the aux. My one issue is that at really low volumes you can hear the the song playing on the cd that's playing (it only works while a cd is playing) but turn up the volume and it works great. Great alternative to getting a new head unit.