I believe the answer is no, it is a proprietary interface.
Instead of a changer, have you considered a Yatour digital music changer, which takes SD Card or USB stick? You can have 6 folders each with 99 tracks, and select them on the radio controls. If you want a greater selection, just change the card/stick in a second. It plugs into the radio's CD changer socket, and the quality is excellent, and it likely to be much more reliable.
You will need the radio configured with Planet or Diagbox to enable the changer, but that would be needed with a real changer anyway.
After finding out that I have the terrible luck of buying a car that will cost me £200 for a replacement key, I was wondering if any of you had any places you use that wouldn’t cost as much?
or would it be worth trying to get the software to do it myself?
Any advice would be much...
I have had this niggling thought for a while now.
The car is a 2007 307 1.6i with the naughty AL4 4-speed automatic. My mom bought it new and has always been the sole driver.
Anyway, I took it to have the AT fluid replaced, and was struck by what I saw.
This pug really likes to drink; the trip...
Is it possible to remove the radio stalk (or whatever they call it) without removing the s/wheel and indicator assembly (or whatever they call it)? I watched a YouTube video and the radio stalk was removed with the assembly out by pushing in a tab at the base of the stalk. So I was wondering...
When i first got the car (many moons ago) I had the front drop links replaced.
I am now getting a similar knocking noise from the suspension. I have had the front of the car of the ground and i can confirm there is a small amount of play in just one drop arm.
This time the noise seems to come...