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#91 iNath

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Posted 07 July 2014 - 08:15 PM

Sorry to bump an old thread, but I'm trying to get my iPhone to play music through my Fiesta Zetec S. I've plugged in the USB charger into my iPhone and the AUX lead into the headphone socket on the phone, but I still can't change tracks using the buttons on the steering wheel. I can only control the volume. Anyone know how I can change tracks using the next/previous buttons on the steering wheel?

 

Try installing this update: http://web.archive.o...udio_update.zip

 

Then using just the official Apple USB cable on it's own without aux.



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#92 konyo4

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Posted 08 July 2014 - 08:52 PM

 
Try installing this update: http://web.archive.o...udio_update.zip
 
Then using just the official Apple USB cable on it's own without aux.


Thanks however I figured it out yesterday. It obviously didn't like my USB lead as I brought a brand new one and it worked fine. No troubles what so ever. Thanks for your help though! :)

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Posted 09 July 2014 - 03:58 PM

My 2010 fiesta has an aux input but (forgive the next line) the hole is a little saggy, what I mean is the connection is loose and easily pulls out, is this common? it works fine and sounds good but the jack doesn't feel snug when im plugging it in is this normal? or has mine just been overused?

 

Next one is if its not normal are they easy to replace as I cant stand radio!



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Posted 10 July 2014 - 10:34 AM

My 2010 fiesta has an aux input but (forgive the next line) the hole is a little saggy, what I mean is the connection is loose and easily pulls out, is this common? it works fine and sounds good but the jack doesn't feel snug when im plugging it in is this normal? or has mine just been overused?
 
Next one is if its not normal are they easy to replace as I cant stand radio!


Don't think thats normal, mines a zetec s but still has a AUX input and the lead fits in quite snug.
Not sure about replacing them? I'm sure there's a few threads on here somewhere on how to replace them. Hopefully cheap too! My friends fiesta is like that too, his AUX input is a hit and miss, so must be common with them.

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Posted 10 July 2014 - 11:08 AM

Thanks,I think I will see how it goes, it still plays ok and doesn't fall out when driving, once its given up for good ill ask my handy father to look I think hehehe he likes to tinker with cars and bikes so may be fun for him :)




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