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Adding Auxiliary Input (for an mp3 player) to an Old AM Truck Radio
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Just a suggestion you could put coping on both sides and put small wheels on the end. Again just a suggestion.
Hey, thanks for the tutorial! Quick comment on a hickup I had, I (incorrectly) assumed that my potentiometer would have the ground leg in the center and it was acting funny. With the audio jack grounded, no sound (both when the audio cable was plugged in and unplugged), but when I removed the audio jack from the radio case, it was faint. When I touched either pin 2 or 5 to ground, it would work perfect. Just a heads up for anyone else attempting and having this issue! Thanks again!
Hello. Old post, but I'm hoping to get a response.I have a 1979 dodge truck with a stereo AM radio with 8track. Would it be possible to disconnect the 8track and use that input for the auxiliary?Any help would be appreciated.Great tutorial, all the same!
I just made this modification to the AM radio in my 1963 Plymouth. Works great! Many thanks for the tutorial.
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