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Issue with the Aux input in my car?

Author : Taylor

Submitted : 2018-02-21 13:49:49    Popularity:     

Tags: Aux  Issue  car  input  

Hello everyone. So I’m currently having an issue and no matter where I look there’s no answer online, which is rather frustrating. Firstly, I have a Ford F-150 Lariat 5.4 Triton. On the top of the radio it says “Line-In” where I’m able to plug in one of t

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If your Aux has 3 input options, Sirius would only take up 1.

Unless Ford manufactured it to NOT work unless subscribed, but I doubt that is true.

Sounds like a bad connection

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Aux in is not the same thing as line in. Look for the selection Line in in the settings.

Try using another phone or change the aux cord and play around with the settings. If doesn't work get a after market one reasonable from Shopatronics,ect which would have around the same size to fit.

Sirius was really in its infancy back in 2007 or so. Sirius was probably hooked to your Aux device and needs the subscription in order to make it work. Without that, the Aux button is useless. If you are trying to put your IPhone sound through the car speakers, you probably can't do it with the technology installed in that vehicle.
Remember that old technology doesn't play nice-nice with new technology-and they design it that way.

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Your owners manual, which you have carelessly disregarded, explains what you can and cannot do

For your Ford, it's a sat radio. Buy the subscription. Read your owners manual to see what "line in " accepts. That term refers usually to audio input, and any reasonable person would expect that. Aux for your radio seems to be exclusively for sat radio. "Line in" must have another button or sequence of buttons if you want to play in from a common sound source, like your phone or mp3 player. Other's have the same problem...lookit: https://www.fordf150.net/forums/viewtopi...

Sirius is a satellite radio service. if you want to listen to them you need a satellite receiver and then you need to buy a subscription, I think it's around $10/month. Many newer cars have satellite receivers built into their radio but you don't have to pay for the service if you don't plan to listen to it.

AUX works exactly as you think. You plug in your phone and then pick the AUX input. Your radio might even have bluetooth, in which case you can hear your phone without even plugging it in. But if you tune your radio to Sirius, and you don't hear anything, that's because you don't have a subscription to Sirius.



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