GTA Car Kits - Acura TL or CL 2000-2003 install of iPhone, iPod and AUX adapter for factory stereo

http://www.gtacarkits.com/acura_tl_2000_2003_car_kit.php - installation instruction for iPhone, iPod, AUX, mp3 adapter into factory stereo of Acura TL or CL for model years 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003. After installing the car kit you would be able to listen to your music player or iPhone through your factory stereo speakers and control your music through controls on the factory radio. You also can charge your iPod/iPhone. You can use these instructions for removing Acura TL or CL 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 stereo/radio units.

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