Mp3 jack hook-up

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Asked by Feb 22, 2012 at 10:25 AM about the Buick Reatta

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 1989 that I listen to my Mp3 player by using a cassette adapter. Problem is I get engine and alternator noise and I have to turn the volume up copared to just listening to the radio.
Question is what wires would I hook up an auxillary jack to plug directly into

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If it's still the stock radio I would change it. The interference is due to using the adapter. I'd get a radio with the aux input on the front of it and then an audio cable to use the mp3 player. The older stock radios I've used that way just sucked.

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The radio in an 89 Reatta is not replaceable. It uses the "visual information center" which controls radio, climate and trip computer on a touchscreen CRT in the dash. Removing that means giving up your AC and heat too

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