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I bought the OEM aux Input from Vlad and installed it exactly as recommended in his instructions. Now I have 3 codes probably from pulling the battery. And, I don't know what to do next to actually play music through the aux cable (i.e. does COMMAND need to be with reset or programmed? Which button do I press to play music, etc through the aux input?). Also, I how do I clear the codes? Thanks!


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BTW I know how to play music on my phone ;) ... I just don't know what next to do with the COMMAND control module.

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Ok... after some searching I figured out how to use the aux input. Very unintuitive. Now I have to deal with interference. Kind of frustrating.

I got a Belkin Bluetooth unit that is plugged into the the cigarette lighter at the back of the center console for power. I ran the aux input from the back of the COMMAND unit under the center console along the passenger side. I used an extension cable to run the aux cable up to inside the storage bin between the seats and then used a Y adapter. The Belkin Bluetooth unit is plugged into one half, and the other is left in the storage bin so I could hook up my iPod. The Belkin microphone is stuck to the front ash tray, and but it also serves as a rudimentary play, pause, forward button for Google Music on my phone. So, I can use the the cars speakers for a great speakerphone sound and now I also can stream music from my phone (my collection, Pandora, etc). Pretty cool if I can a figure out the source of the interference. It's nice to have Bluetooth and not use the FM output of the crappy battery powered thing made by Motorola. I suspect it is the cable feeding power to the cigarette lighter is the source. We'll see.

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I still have 2 codes from unplugging the battery. How can I clear them? I don't believe they are accurate.


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if you haven't figured it out i believe you have to press svc and the aux should be there. if not post some pics and i can tell you i had one installed but i sold my truck so i kinda forgot which button it was but pretty sure thats how.
 
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