aux input media button question for cx9

ScottAtchley

2004 Mazda 6s
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2004 Mazda 6s
You answered you own question. The Sirius replaced the Aux input, disabling it.
Actually, I was asking how to remove the dash without damaging it. :)

EDIT: Also, my BT hands-free has no sound. I imagine it is disconnected and I would like to check it.
 
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ScottAtchley

2004 Mazda 6s
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2004 Mazda 6s
Just pull gently on the rear section. It comes right off.

I didn't answer to save you from taking your car apart.
I don't want the Sirius input; the previous owner must have connected it. The big question is BT and AUX compatible or do I need the switching box?
 

ScottAtchley

2004 Mazda 6s
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2004 Mazda 6s
I don't know about the BT. I think that's a separate issue.

When they connect Sirius, they unplug the Aux Connector, and plug in the Sat connection. You lose Aux unless you have the switch box. To lose Sat and get back Aux, simply swap the connectors on the back of the head unit.
Ok, I was confused. I thought you were suggesting a remove a panel behind the radio to check what was plugged into the radio. Instead, you wanted me to check if the AUX connector in the console was attached. I pulled the cover open and checked. It is connected. What is the IC connector beneath it?

How difficult is it to access the read of the radio unit to swap the SAT and AUX wires?
 

ScottAtchley

2004 Mazda 6s
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2004 Mazda 6s
Took it back to the seller, they said it was a software setting in the radio. Now, both the AUX and BT are working and I no longer see the Sat when cycling through modes.

I did not see anything in the manual about this. Does anyone have an idea what they did?
 
Took it back to the seller, they said it was a software setting in the radio. Now, both the AUX and BT are working and I no longer see the Sat when cycling through modes.

I did not see anything in the manual about this. Does anyone have an idea what they did?
So what did you do? I cant fix it. Thanks
 

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