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No, iPod can't be connected to RCA jacks in a Car DVD player. RCA is used for normal connection for A/V sources, but for ipod, unless your Ford factory DVD player support ipod, your ipod can't work in your DVD. But like this Eonon E1091 Car DVD player, it has such function itself.

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