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Old 07-13-2005, 2:49 PM   #1
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i can't seem to find my AUX input!!

im trying to find my aux input in my car, i took out the storage bin, ran my hands around but i still can't find it or I might've missed it. Anyone know exactly where it is?
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It's facing DOWN on the bottom of the radio. If you have nav it has a plug in it already.

Look above the pocket.
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yea i have NAVI in it already, and i did feel a plug. Is that plug connected to anything? or is it just a dummy. the plug i see has that black spiral cover on the wire, and its plugged into to something.
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http://www.acurazine.com/forums/showthread.php?t=312281

It's the plug at the bottom of the HU. This might help.
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thanks, i found it and put the adapter in and it didn't work. Seems like the idiot sent me the one w/o navi >

Its not the SNHOND3, its the blitzsafe adapter. Can i still convert it the same way like in the DIY thread?
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Its not the SNHOND3, its the blitzsafe adapter. Can i still convert it the same way like in the DIY thread?
If you have an 05w/Navi and XM there currently is no plug and play adapter like the SNHOND3 that works for us without losing XM. Thats why I did it the way I did it in that DIY thread.

Yes you can convert it that way, but it interupts your XM input. The XM input is the AUX input. You're basically splicing the signal from you XM box. You need to buy an adapter like the SOundgate Aux3. You can't just add a RCA Y cable because your XM signal is constant and doesn't shut off.
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oh yea, this is kinda off topic, but im having a hard time trying to find a place to draw power. I bought some wire taps which i will be using, i dont want to get too complicated with it, i just want the project done. Anyway, got any ideas? Also, which color wires in the TSX will i need for ACC and battery. I already know the ground is black.. Thanks!
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http://www.cifrancis.com/acuratsx_sm...udiosystem.jpg

This is a wire diagram of the OEM amp plugs. I used the power from here when I installed everything.

http://www.acurazine.com/forums/showthread.php?t=299065

Go here and read the TSX threads and you will find most of your answers.
http://www.acurazine.com/forums/showthread.php?t=299065

This thread will probably get closed since it's in the wrong area.
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