No, I bought it from Circuit City and they provided free installation...<br><br>Some of the stereos have an optional AUX installation in the back, in which case you need some special adaptor (forget the name- the guy in the store should know) which will convert the port on the back of the stereo to one that can attaxh to a RCA to minijack connector, which you can plug into the iPod's headphone port.<br><br>Which is what I did...<br><br>I have the aux cable fed through my console and out of one of the storage compartments- when I don't need the cable for the iPod, I just tuck it back into the compartment and close it...<br><br><br>[color:red]You slap my back, I'll slap yours!</font color=red>
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