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Hyundai Azera, Audio, Entertainment System, Sedan
#481 of 631 Re: 2007 Azera - Ipod Hookup [rance2]
Mar 01, 2009 (6:34 am)
You don't say which cable the Apple guy sold you, that would have helped. However, the ONLY cable that seems to work properly is the cable that Hyundai sells at the dealerships for about $30. Do a search in the forum for more info. Someone even posted a picture the other day in one of the Hyundai forums. The cable plugs into both the usb and audio jacks. It appears impossible to hook up wrong.
Found the picture, check out Edmund's Sonata Audio posting #217.
#482 of 631 Thanks, JLindh
Mar 01, 2009 (6:47 am)
Was sold Monster iCable for Car. Will ask dealer and have them install.
#483 of 631 Re: Thanks, JLindh [rance2]
Mar 01, 2009 (8:15 am)
Rance, you might want to consider using the Hyundai cable. I don't remember hearing of anyone that has had any luck getting full control of their iPod by using anything other than the Hyundai cable. It also has the advantage of no installation cost and allows you to store the iPod out of sight in the armrest.
Perhaps some others can post their experiences.
#484 of 631 Thanks Again
Mar 01, 2009 (8:42 am)
When you say "no installation cost" ... does that mean dealer includes installation in cost of cable, or easy to install myself?
#485 of 631 Re: Thanks Again [rance2]
Mar 01, 2009 (9:07 am)
My apologies, I just noticed that you have a 2007 Azera. You have no built in plugs and will have to go with your after market cable. Sorry for any confusion i may have caused.
Also, post #304 in this forum would seem to indicate no input port to the back of the radio. That would mean that the Monster Cable is not going to work either.
Mar 02, 2009 (8:19 am)
I just purchased a 2008 Azera Limited. I was going to put in Universal iPod adapter by Peripheral Electronics, but it won't work if the XM tuner is internal in the Infinity deck. Does anyone know if the XM tuner is separate? Anyone one have any experience with the Universal iPod adapter by Peripheral Electronics? I know I can rip out the unit and see, but I would prefer not to until I am ready to install. Thank you for your help.
#487 of 631 Re: XM Tuner [plubar]
Mar 09, 2009 (6:15 pm)
I just took my 2008 Azera Limited today to a very reputable car audio shop in Burlington NJ (SoundSource). The tech (John) showed me the external tuner in the right side rear panel (behind heavy cloth wall) - accessed thru the trunk......beautiful. I have been trying for 2 weeks to get the "external tuner" question answered. So there it was...Voila! I will have the auxilliary jack installed next week. Shame on Hyundai for not in cluding one of these jacks in the vehicle in the year 2008????
#488 of 631 '09 radio
Mar 11, 2009 (11:40 am)
I noticed from pictures that the '09 radio has a much larger display than my '07. Does it show any more info like artist and song name on XM all the time instead of having to push the "info" button?
#489 of 631 Hyndai Azera "A "Glaze Paint Sealant
Mar 12, 2009 (11:28 am)
I had my 2009 Azera serviced today. The service advisor suggested having the A Glaze paint Sealant applied for $59.95. I have a Black Azera and wonder if anyone has had any experience with this product?.
#490 of 631 Re: '09 radio [rminor]
Mar 12, 2009 (11:48 am)
Yes it should show more info. It also has a USB/Aux jack that can play iPod's and USB devices. iPod requires a special $30 cable from Hyundai. Part number for that is 08620-2L000 and you can get it from the dealer. Some places sell it for under $30. Nav models lose this capability .