I have two Motorola docks for the D3, one in my car where I stream audio via bluetooth and the other in my wife's car with it plugged into the aux input to the stereo. I believe there are two versions sold Verizon, one have the aux cable included and the other without. The. One that includes it has the aux output jack branch off of the usb connection through the dock. This means you don't have to plug in an additional 3.5mm jack to your phone every time you get into the car, just drop it into the dock. Unfortunetly this setup still requires you to control your music from the phone which is why I prefer bluetooth audio in my car so that I can control everything through the stereo.
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That's the same car I have, and it works just fine. I got an aux cable at Best Buy, plug it in and it plays fine.I have a 06 civic sedan ex with nav all stock but the civic came with the aux connector bellow the cig lighter I just didn't know if it would actually work or not if I were to hook up to the car
Well if you have a cassette deck (tape player) then go to radio shack and get an cassette converter it looks like a cassette tape but with a wire coming out of it. Then connect that wire to the droid. Standard is 3.5 but double check! My boyfriend uses this for his stock 92 ford Crown Victoria...
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I like this method or just get a new radio installed with bluetooth or aux line in:
EDIT: Less than $30 with free shipping at Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Scosche-FM-MOD...dp/B001QBG614/3. FM modulator (antenna direct connection). This modulator transmits, but not over the airwaves. You insert the car radio antenna plug into the back of this modulator, and the modulator's antenna plugs into the back of the car radio where it directly injects the signal. Sound quality is better, and less variable, than with other FM modulators. Cost is $30 to $75 and you may want an audio shop to install it. Check out products from Fahrenheit and Scosche, among others.Pro: Adequate to good sound quality. Draws from car power (no batteries). Con: May need pro installation (but it's not that hard). A handful of esoteric cars may lack the standard antenna jack or it will be in the trunk (requiring extra wiring).
I don't like the FM transmitter ones cuz it is a pain to find a station. I've had bad luck with them.
Last edited by NoBloatware; 09-27-2011 at 06:00 PM.