Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Snoqualmie Ridge, WA
You essentially have two options.
1. You can connect your iPod via the RCA auxiliary inputs on the back side of the center console. This is obviously less ideal since it leaves exposed wiring which can look less tidy and which also exposes the connections to physical damage when people climb in/out of the back seat.
2. You can purchase/install an aftermarket iPod integration kit which will allow you to pipe your iPod music through the factory sound system using one of the two XM channels. It also provides on-screen artist/album/song/genre information and enables basic control of the iPod through the in-dash and on-steering-wheel buttons. This is what I use - I installed the unit in the back of the vehicle and ran the cable into the center console storage cubby. It's not as nice as the newer, factory-integrated iPod controls, but it does the trick, the install is invisible, and it sounds great.