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#1 Old 07-12-2010, 04:04 PM
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Replacement Aux Jack?

I posted a while ago about some problems I've been having with the aux jack in my car. It seems like there's a loose connection, and if the cable is moved or bumped at all, even slightly, the radio switches from aux mode to the cd player as if the cable had been unplugged. It's now gotten to the point where it hardly functions at all.

I think I've narrowed the problem down to the jack itself and I think a replacement would quickly and easily solve this problem. However, when I called the dealership they said that a replacement part would cost $100. This seems like a $10-$15 piece of plastic to me at most, so hopefully someone here knows where I can get my hands on this part (I'm assuming the $100 quote from the dealer is for a full assembly of some kind, and not just the jack itself).

Here are two pictures of the part I'm talking about:



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I would say your best bet is to go to the Junk yards. I think you might be successful looking at any of the latemodel Toyotas that has an AUX. They wouldn't be stupid enough to make a different one of every car. Just be sure to take the one you have there with you for comparison.

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Should be covered under warranty.
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Have you experienced the same thing when plugging other cables in?

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I've already seen some at local junk yards. but it should be under warranty

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I've tried different cables, so I'm sure it's the jack. I have to get my oil changed soon, so I'll see about a warranty repair and hopefully it'll get taken care of. Otherwise it's off to the junk yard!
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I have that Aux jack and the IPod jack out of a 08 Scion Tc that I was going to install in my Corolla but I bought a Pioneer stereo instead. The number on the back is the same as yours. If your interested, PM me an offer.

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i am going through something similar..but its not the jack its the actual cable (mine would do the same as you described changed it no issues any longer)...from my experience aux cables no matter how much they cost..they only last 3-6 months..

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I guess it might be possible that both of my cables are bad. Maybe I'll try and find another one and see if it fixes the problem.
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i am going through something similar..but its not the jack its the actual cable (mine would do the same as you described changed it no issues any longer)...from my experience aux cables no matter how much they cost..they only last 3-6 months..
mine cost $7 at Fry's and I bought it a week after I bought my car which is almost a year and a half ago(March 30, 2009) and it STILL works I use mine everyday and its one of those retractable ones I unplug it from time to time and i've had no issues, even when my friends accidentally yank it out from the back seat over and over again.

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Sorry for reviving this dead post, but my brother just got his replaced at the dealership. Whoever replaced it left the old part on the floor of his car. I took it apart and the jack just has a bunch of bad solder joints. All you would need to do to repair it is either reheating the solder joints and repairing it that way. Or get some flux and some desoldering braid and remove what is probably crappy lead-free solder and replace it with some good old fashion lead solder. Pretty easy fix really. I told him I could have repaired it for free. I was right, oh well.



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Same issue, how was this resolved and how do you remove the defective AUX jack?
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Im not sure how they resolved it, but I am thinking cable repacement or jac replacement.
If someone needs a spare one i still have mine which I do not need.

And to take it apart. On the Back of the plastic casing pop of the top spacer (takes a bit of preassure)
and here is the jack inside the case



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I have one laying around, although it is just the jack with no plastic housing. I'm re-using that for my car pc!
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How do I get the plastic housing out? I need help with taking the existing AUX jack out of the vehicle. I didn't know if I have to remove that front piece of the dash or if the AUX jack with housing can just pop out of the front?

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