Can iPods connect to your car radio?
Car stereos come with additional audio ports in the back this was to be used with
the external trunk mount CD changers ( 1995 and up models ) later, when CD changer was not available we use the port for satellite radios, or rear DVD.
but this ports plugs are still there in 90% of the vehicles from 1995 and up you can use that plug on the radio to install an iPod interface your radio will controls the iPod, playlist albums, songs if the radio was satellite ready ( 2003 and up ) you can see text from your iPod iPhone in the factory radio screen, this units are not FM or wireless.
Direct connection to the factory car stereo will give you the best sound quality from your iPod iPhone you can also use steering wheel controls to control your iPod
search for one using your vehicle information on any search engine
Car iPod Interface For Factory Radios
Do you get a small amplifier that you can install in a car door and connect on the speaker line that comes from the radio?
Is there anyway that you can connect your ipod to your cassete player in your car you have an adapter cord would that work?
Looking for something similar to the old Walkman radios. Will ipods receive local FM radio for use while jogging?
You get no sound from radio and scans constantly have swapped radios 2 other Taurus and your radio works in other car you get the same results with the swapped radio?
Your antenna lead-in is broken, and the radio isn't getting any signal. That's why it keeps scanning and can't hear anything. Check the connection from the antenna to the cable, and if that's OK, then you'll have to replace the cable from the antenna to the radio. You did connect the antenna to it when you were checking it in the first car, right ? You can quickly test this hypothesis: With a radio in…
if you are talking about an aftermarket radio's amp turn on wire then without an amp you can just cap it off. if the harness used to connect to new radio to your factory wires has a blue antenna/factory amp then you can connect it to that provided the new radio doesnt have a second blue wire for that purpose.
I have to assume that you're talking about a 6volt battery. The answer completely depends on the size and capacity of the battery. If it's a 6volt car battery that's fully charged when you connect the radio to it, it ought to run that radio for days. If it's a stack of four AA-cells in series, they won't last quite that long.