June 18, 2011, 10:23 am
The short story is that I want to find a compatible iPod adapter for my radio in my Ford Focus 2007.
I think that this radio is the 6000 model, although I don't have the audio manual for the car, so I can't confirm this.
I can play normal CDs, (not MP3 CDs), and I can't see a button for a CD changer, so I don't know if it can support that or not. It also has an AUX in 3.5mm in the glovebox - if that is of assistance.
I've attached a picture of the radio to this post.
Any ideas? Please help!
June 18, 2011, 10:31 am
This is the 6000 model, Most adaptors are for older models (also called 6000) as installed in the Mk1. They will not work with this ( the changer control, which the adaptor needs to emulate, is different).
I think there was something from Dension, but at cost, and only offering skipping from the radio and steering wheel controls, and the possibility to change the first 6 albums or playlist - as the CD changer protocoll does not offer any additional controls (like browsing, and displaying ID4 tags).
June 18, 2011, 10:38 am
Thanks ... but your post is a little confusing!
Will the adapter work with my model, or are you saying that the adapter will be limited/won't work at all?
Are you saying that the changer control is different? To what?
August 26, 2011, 9:31 am
I bought the following adapter kit from Dension
[b]Gateway 300_CAN (with text capability) Cradle/Cable Included (gw33fc1) (Dock Cable (IPO5DC9))
Ford, Focus Mk2, 2004-2007, 6000CD with AUX button
The problem is that the adapter which goes into the radio does not look like the adapter in the installation manual. I've attached a picture of the radio, and the adapter for the radio.
Perhaps you can let me have your suggestions as to what I can try?
Perhaps there is a different dock adapter cable which I can purchase from them which will work?
I've confirmed with the manufacturer that I do have a Ford, Focus Mk2, 2004-2007, 6000CD with AUX button. I've also attached a picture of the front of my radio so that you can see it up close.
Any help would be appreciated!!!
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