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Scott.D

Need Help Guys. Auxiliary (Fiesta)

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I have a ford fiesta Zetec 2005(55) on my radio I have an auxiliary button but no port. When the button is pressed it goes onto 'auxiliary input'... How can I fit a aux port?

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Have you checked the glovebox? Don't know about the Fiesta but apparently some Focuses(Foci?) have a 3.5 socket there. Failing that you would need something like this...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FORD-Focus-MK2-C-Max-S-Max-6000-CD-AUX-In-Cable-for-MP3-iPod-iPhone-iPad-/350855151929

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Yeah checked the glovebox, nothing there but there is a like a whole to the right that could be it I guess. But no port existing

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Cut outs in the glovebox are usually for passenger airbag deactivation switches.

Your car's standard location is centre console near the 12v socket.

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Ah right yes, that's what I was think of. So just run the lead into the glovebox. Is that the best way

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Thanks you! Il do that! Thanks all who helped!

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I'm not too sure about Fiesta radios, but may I recommend, if you're going to get a lead, get a Planet Waves 3.5mm/3.5mm jack lead. I'm a musician, and work in a music shop, and Planet Waves/D'Addario (same company) leads are absolutely worth the money.

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How much are we roughly talking? And thanks

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How much are we roughly talking? And thanks

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They are quite expensive, but IMO, worth it. They come with a lifetime guarantee. We sell loads of them. Usually about £10.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Planet-Waves-Dual-RCA-PHONO-to-Stereo-3-5MM-Cable-5-feet-MP3-IPOD-LEAD-/181224810028?pt=UK_Musical_Cables_Leads_Connectors&hash=item2a31d7262c

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