justin case wrote:I've looked for a place to plug in a device in my old Ranger, it only has 65,000 miles, but do not see an auxiliary input. Knowing your knowledge of the Ranger, I will search a little harder BB.
CRguy wrote:if the vehicle has a CD player, most (now) will also play CDs burned with MP3 music files as opposed to regular audio file formats like the old original CD's digital audio format, or computer audio file formats ( WAV or AIFF )
SO a vehicle may still play MP3 encoded discs in the CD player but not have a separate input for direct access plugging in your digital device
( like iPod etc. )?????
Or consult the owner's manual you know that thing the salesman loves to trot out and explain to you when you are buying the rig, but you usually end up tossing it in the storage compartment or trunk ... you know that book
or search YouTube for info on how to connect a digidevice to your Ranger .... somebody has probably made one !
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