How To Use Aux In 2005Ford Five Hundred

Asked by Jul 05, 2013 at 09:32 PM about the 2005 Ford Five Hundred

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http://www.cargurus.com/Cars/Discussion-t11964_ds36999 -- check this out has links you might find useful

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pretty good snoopin' there dandy~

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http://www.fordtaurus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=11116 -- might also find this useful.

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trying to get Henry_s to issue hats such as the one I'm wearing (gave it away to DavidH25) available to the top gurus...you my friend qualify as one of the good ones and you should be featured wearing the car gurus hat as should all the top guys out here~

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funny you discovered the 500 in a Taurus thread...remarkable...are you using info.com?

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The 500 does not have an aux input. The same head unit is used in other vehicles which do have an aux input, which is why the button is there.

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Not using that but will give it a try. Just only available to answer questions on the weekends mostly and enjoy searching different sites. Sometimes the answers are found where you least expect them. You and DavidH25 give great info. Had to bump him yesterday to bail me out of one where the owner seemed confused on what he actually had going on. David put us both on the straight and narrow real quick. He is sharp.

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Why doae a ford 500 2005 have a aux button but no input thats so stupid and a wast of a function

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