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'97 Fiesta Auxiliary Audio Input?


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#1 deadparrot

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Posted 22 April 2008 - 07:38 PM

Hi, I've got a 1997 (Mark IV, I think?) Fiesta. I currently use a tape adapter to connect my iPod, but the sound of the tape deck is quite irritating. Is it possible to add an auxiliary audio input without the purchase of a new receiver?

I've heard about adapters and plugs which integrate with the back of the (existing?) stereo, but nothing specific to lead me to a purchase. It doesn't have to be a neat solution in a magical box, I'm no stranger to ripping apart electronics and rebuilding them to solve even the smallest problem.

Hope you guys can help! Thanks!

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#2 caswellsam

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Posted 01 May 2008 - 02:37 AM

Hi, I've got a 1997 (Mark IV, I think?) Fiesta. I currently use a tape adapter to connect my iPod, but the sound of the tape deck is quite irritating. Is it possible to add an auxiliary audio input without the purchase of a new receiver?

I've heard about adapters and plugs which integrate with the back of the (existing?) stereo, but nothing specific to lead me to a purchase. It doesn't have to be a neat solution in a magical box, I'm no stranger to ripping apart electronics and rebuilding them to solve even the smallest problem.

Hope you guys can help! Thanks!


i bought a I trip for mine in the end . . . . . plays the ipod through a un-used radio channel.

cost me about 25 quid but i believe you can get them for about a tenner now from ebay or amazon


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