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Wheres the AUX plug-in on a 2008 VW Jetta?
Why doesn't my aux. Thread starter fyrefast Start date May 20, Hey, maybe I'm a dufus I mean, I can't find a way for the stereo to select the aux input. I can't make the ipod play thru the stereo. I've read the entire manual, no help.
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We are not responsible for any errors or omissions on this website. Photos are for illustration purposes only.As shown above, I own a Volkswagen Jetta. My problem is that ever since I got my battery recharged I had to remove it completely which left my car without powermy auxiliary input has not worked. The process of turning it on is by pressing the "CD" button twice or by holding it for a couple of seconds. By doing so all it does is send the CD rotation into a mix so it plays songs on whatever CD I have inside in random order.
I have changed a few fuses which I thought to be the problem even though they seemed to still remain in good condition. I don't know what else to do.
Any help will be greatly appreciated. I've tried using other cables to see if it is just my cable, but those attempts proved that it is a problem with my car. I would think your CD player was fried a little and now won't work properly. Electrical components are very finicky. When you replaced the battery, which cable did you connect first? Not all cars call for the ground cable first, especially foreign cars.
It's a software bug. There is a code stored in memory which is stored seperate from your radio settings your radio didt reset when you installed the battery and it resets when you unplug the power from the battery. Someone with a VCDS tool is going to have to reset the code by increasing the last digit, which tells the computer the aux port is installed. Don't pay VW for it, it was their disign mistake and there is no warning in the owners manual. Not Collin? Answer Save. Still have questions?
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I have a VW Caddy Maxi and its connected to my iPhone but i cannot get any music to come through. Any advice? I have a golf GTI. I have an iPhone 5c running iOS The volume is on, it is not muted. I have tried hard resets, forgetting and re-establishing the pairing, etc. If I find a fix that works one day, it will not work the next. This is terrible. The point is a hands free device for safe driving but this is a complete failure.
Is there a fix? It worked well for a while but lately it will play but cuts out and I have reset the audio on the phone every 10 minutes or so…. I reset everything to factory setting on the VW.With its polished interior and comfortable ride, the Volkswagen Jetta is one of the more refined players in its class, and is the only choice to consider if you're in search of a small sedan that delivers European elegance at a very reasonable price.
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Available styles include S 4dr Sedan 2.User Name Remember Me? Help with 09 Jetta Auxiliary Input! It has the "Premium Sound System", with an Auxiliary input in the console. The manual says holding the CD button down should switch to the Aux.
Why doesn't my aux. input work?
Am I doing something wrong, or do I have a problem of some kind? If you can't get the aux. That will get aux. Penguin -The other white meat. Originally Posted by Claudio. Originally Posted by El Dobro. Originally Posted by lsnover.
Why doesn't my aux. input work?
Go to the radio controller Address 56 and look at the coding. It will probably be Change it toand click "Do it". Then like magic, you AUX input will be back. I have done this for several people.
Why the controller turns off this bit when the battery is disconnected is a mystery to me, but at least the fix is easy.
Have Fun! Formerly 1. When we got it back the Aux jack did not work. Still have not had this checked but the dealer says they'll do the diagnostic and fix the issue. Would my battery have been disconnected for the above procedure by the dealer?
Originally Posted by bshapperd. I'm not sure, but there might be other things that will cause it too. I know disconnecting the battery can do it. Who knows if anything else does it also.Here at Enfig Car Stereo we answer the same questions every day so I figured that if I made this guide it would clarify most of the questions and let us get back onto VWVortex. Everything on this page is for sale on our website EnfigCarStereo. It will help you make the best decision as to what interface you need and help keep us from answering repetitive questions.
But if you do have questions after reading this please feel free to call us. We will be more than happy to speak to you. Jetta All the cars above have the same audio systems. Non Satellite ready, satellite ready and the Navigation radio.
Lets start with how to take out the radio. The video below will show you how to take out the radios in a Rabbit but the removal is the same for all cars listed.
You will need 2 tools to remove that radio. A T Torx screwdriver and a Trim removal tool to pop off the trim around the climate controls.
We sell the both. Click on the pictures below to go the purchase pages of the tools. There are 2 places to connect your interface. All cars have the connection behind the radio. Usually only the cars with factory installed navigation radios have the connection between the seats because all cars equipped with a navigation radio also come equipped with a CD changer in that location. You may also have a factory iPod adapter between the seats. Cars with a factory iPod dock between the seats also have this connection.
If you plan on using the factory XM or Sirius satellite radio there are 2 options. We recommend the splitter because the pins are small and fragile therefore can easily be damaged if you have never removed one before.
All of the iPod adapters below will allow you to play the audio through your factory radio. All adapters that control the iPod from the radio will also control internet radio apps.
An aux adapter is a universal audio only input. It does not charge or control any device but it can be used with any device. These units have an RCA input so extra cables are necessary. BlitzSafe is the entry level iPod adapter. It works through the external CD changer port.
The radio displays disc 1 track The iPod is charged while the radio is on and for 20 minutes after you turn off the ignition. The only control from the radio and steering wheel controls is volume. The iPod controls are never locked. The Satellite splitter is built into the behind the radio interface. When on CD1 you can control the iPod from the iPod as well as track up and down controls from the radio and steering wheel controls.