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My 07 did not come with the AUX iPod USB Audio Jack, I have the standard CD/MP3/XM radio. Am I able to install one of these jacks into my Santa Fe and if so, what other parts will I need to make it work?Thanks
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Am I able to install one of these jacks into my Santa Fe and if so, what other parts will I need to make it work?
I suspect you would need to replace the radio. I don"t think your original unit will have a USB input to connect that socket to.
This worked for my 2007 Santa FeHyundai auxiliary audio input adapter interface accent elantra azera veracruz
This worked for my 2007 Santa FeHyundai auxiliary audio input adapter interface accent elantra azera veracruz
That"s like something I"ve been looking for. I don"t necessarily want to gut the stock head unit because I like the sound and output it has, plus it integrates well with the rest of the dash, but I want to be able to stream music and add BT. The BT FM transmitters I"ve tried set off the tire pressure monitoring light.How hard was it to install? Any pictures?
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Hyundai made an AUX jack/FM modulator kit that you can buy cheap on like Ebay. I just got one for less than $15 and it will work without changing out the radio. I"m sure a local stereo shop or Best Buy auto techs can install. See pic and part number. These are universal so no fear of model/fitment issues. Hope this helps.

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Hyundai made an AUX jack/FM modulator kit that you can buy cheap on like Ebay. I just got one for less than $15 and it will work without changing out the radio. I"m sure a local stereo shop or Best Buy auto techs can install. See pic and part number. These are universal so no fear of model/fitment issues. Hope this helps.
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