Bumpy BumpWell no actually it just comes up with AUX IN on the display and thats it. So it obviously has the funtionality i just need to identify the right cable.
I might take a trip to the stealers on the weekend and see if its listed as a part or somthing ?
Ill take the unit out shortly and take a pic of the rear that might help see if anyone can identify which cable i will need ?
Mike,I've tried adjusting wires and even resetting the radio without it on then plugging it in after setup and still nothing so I've ordered a new one (snip) for £6.99 in the hope that I can just discard my current plug and away I go with this one. It feels strange having to put a CD in when I want to listen to my own music!
I just had this fault appear after disconnecting the battery. I knew it wasn't the cable or grounding as I installed it properly first time round. My solution was this,After a year or so my aux function suddenly stopped working (CD6 model) and displayed the infamous "CHANGER" message. After several unsuccessful attempts to reground pin 14 on the threaded stud I resorted to the soldering iron!
By wrapping a wire 360 degrees around the base of the stud and soldering the wire to itself, it seemed to stick (no wire movement on the stud), pressing the rubber thingy back over the stud and placing everything back to where it should be the aux function resumed! So for any grounding troubles soldering may be an option
Luke, I have no idea. Unless somewhere like halfords sells smart car aux cables