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    I have a 2016 RT Limited and wanted to hear music through my speakers so I saw the video that showed you could use a wireless audio receiver and play the music through your phone. I have tried to connect it through the connections in the truck various ways and cannot get it to work. My phone is an android if that makes a difference and I was hoping someone could offer some suggestions on what I could do. Thanks...

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    You should have a connector (if it's like my 2014) with a phonejack. Plug it into your phone and when you MODE to RADIO, then SET to AUX, no controls though. I haven't tried it but if you plugged the receiver into the phonejack, then bluetooth it to the phone, then you'd have phone control on your phone.


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    If your wireless receiver has a regular headphone jack you should be able to use that.
    http://www.lamonstergarage.com/bluet...rt-f3t-st-br1/

    There is a YouTube of it I can't seem to add

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    You can hook an inexpensive bluetooth receiver device to the iPod adapter in your trunk, synch to it with your phone, and play music from any phone. It is powered through the adapter and you can keep the phone in your pocket or on your handlebars.

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    Thanks for your help, I will see what happens.

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    Let us know what the solution is so that others can do the same if needed.
    it took me a while to figure mine out too.


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