aux converter for ipod cord?

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    To better explain, I have a connector for my ipod stemming to the back of my cars pioneer deck. Rather than removing the cord installed, is there an aux converter I can use for the droids rhapsody app?
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    I would like to attach the converter to the iPod connector making it auxiliary
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    You're going to have to clarify, since the above link does exactly this.
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    Which pioneer deck do you have? Mine has the ipod cord too, routed to my glove compartment. Do you have an aux port on the face of it?
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    Ah that's what I need
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    I have a Bluetooth enabled deck, rather new however I can't seem to locate the auxiliary input. I clearly see the abbreviation at the bottom though. The product listed seems to be a connection for iPod through the auxiliary input but I need the opposite. Auxiliary attachment from the iPod cord. A converter
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    So female iPod to male stereo?

    http://www.gromaudio.com/store/accessories/cable-c-ipd2jk.html
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    Thats weird, your aux port should be right there in front.

    And yea, he wants a female ipod connector on one end, so that he can connect his plug to that connector instead of the ipod, with a male aux on the other end, so he can plug it into the droid to use it with the radio
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    Got it, then follow the GROM Audio link above. I've done business with them before, and they're great.

    If he supposedly has an aux port, why not use a M-M Stereo (less likely to confuse the stereo)? Could it be in the back? Something his radio installer failed to plug in when they installed it?
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    Grom link is what I needed. As for the auxiliary input I'm not sure if its in the back or what but I really don't want to have to remove the deck. Thanks for the help everyone.
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