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Just covering basics here. Make sure both ends of the cord are firmly plugged in. If the cord is only halfway in, you can get sound out of only one speaker. Second, check to make sure you have a stereo cable and not a mono cable. A stereo cable has two black bands on the end of the plug. A mono cable has one black band.

When you use an aux input, always adjust the output volume on your phone to the maximum. If you don't, you're just amplifying any "noise" in your cable and connection. Starting with full volume gives you the best audio quality and also prevents you from wetting your sheepskin seat covers when you switch to a different source. Just remember to turn the volume back down when you use headphones. In some rare cases, full volume is actually louder than the designed input volume for a car. You'll know if that's the case because the audio will "clip" or sound all F'd up. Adjust the volume back down until it sounds better. I haven't had this problem with iPhones.
 
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