Using the Auxiliary Input Jack
Settings menus and functions may vary depending on vehicle options.
If equipped, the auxiliary input jack in the center stack can be used to connect external audio devices such as an iPod®, iPhone®, MP3 player, CD player, and other supported devices for use as another source for audio listening. This input jack is not an audio output; do not plug headphones into the front auxiliary input jack.
Radio without Touchscreen
To use a portable device, connect the device with a 3.5mm (1/8 in) cable to the auxiliary input jack. The radio will automatically switch to the device if the radio is on.
When a device is already connected, press the AUX button to begin playing the device.
Use the /VOL knob to adjust the
Radio with Touchscreen
The infotainment system can play music or movies connected by the auxiliary device.
Play will begin when the system has finished reading the information on the device.
To play the music from the device, if the device is already connected:
To adjust the tone settings, see “Tone Settings” under “Radio Controls with Touchscreen” in Operation on page 7-6.
Movies are not available while driving.
If the USB storage device is already connected:
For iPod/iPhone, connect the iPod/ iPhone to the AUX input terminal by using the AUX cable for iPod/ iPhone to play movie files.
iPhone 5 cell phones have a connector which no longer supports AUX connections to the radio. This feature is limited to older versions of iPhone.
Using the AUX Movie Menu
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