Using Music Link Without Honda TTS
Connecting Your iPod
Make sure your iPod is in music mode (not photo
mode). Then, find the Music Link cable installed inside
the glove box, and plug it into the dock connector port
on the bottom of the iPod. When the Music Link cable is
A large check mark appears on the iPod screen.
You cannot operate the iPod using its controls (click
wheel, etc). It can only be operated using your
vehicle's audio system controls.
Your vehicle charges the iPod battery when the
ignition switch is in the ON (II) or ACC (I) position. It
does not charge the iPod when the ignition switch is
in the LOCK (0) position.
Getting Started Quickly
Disconnecting Your iPod
To disconnect the iPod, squeeze both sides of the Music
Link cable connector, and unplug the cable. You can
connect and disconnect your iPod while the audio
system is on or off.
For your safety, do not connect or disconnect the iPod
Secure the iPod in the glove box. Do not place it on or
allow it to fall onto the vehicle floor, where it can get
stuck under the brake pedal or accelerator pedal.
Do not leave the iPod in the vehicle in high
temperatures or expose it to extended periods of
direct sunlight. Doing so may damage it.
To avoid damaging the Music Link cable, do not pull
strongly on the cable. Always keep the connector dry,
and cap the connector when it is not in use.
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