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Toyota released the 2002-2006 Camry XV30 series as a larger sedan in September 2001 for the 2002 model year.

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How can I connect my phone to my car audio? I use Camry 2004 xle v6

How can I connect my phone to my car audio? I use Camry 2004 xle v6. I watch a lots video on YouTube but cannot find a car has the inside like mine.

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No, I don’t have this port. I bought one aux cord and find no place to plug it in.


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Start by telling us what stereo is in your car. Toyota had several different stereos, or you might have an aftermarket one.

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Your options range from <$10 to $500+ depending on exactly what it is you're trying to accomplish. On the low end of the budget spectrum, you can get a 3.5mm-to-cassette or 3.5mm-to-FM adapter, plug it into your phone's headphone jack, and just like that your phone's audio will come through your stereo. On the other end of the budget spectrum you can replace your current stereo with one that supports Bluetooth phone+music (or even one that supports Android Auto or Apple CarPlay) and have everything work relatively seamlessly.

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Thank you for your help, Im very appreciate that. I only find that my car has the place for playing the disc and the map disc. There is no other place that I can connect with phone’s audio. The 3.5mm cassette and 3.5mm fm adapter as you said, I check them on web but seem not work with my car. The link below is how the stereo in my car looks like:


The FM adapter is universal; it works literally everywhere. You plug it into your phone's headphone jack, turn your stereo on, set it to receive an FM frequency on the low end (e.g., 87.9), and you're done. The adapter is a low-power FM transmitter that has just enough range to reach your car antenna. On the plus side, it works. On the minus side, you're going to have to keep putting fresh batteries in and the audio quality isn't that great.

Given what you have now, your only other option is to replace the head unit (stereo) with an aftermarket unit. Given your car is 14 years old you'll want to keep things on the cheap. If you aren't already using your phone as a GPS then you should do so; it'll save you money and will be more accurate than an in-dash unit.

I'd take a look at the Sony XAV-V631BT ($250) or the Jensen VX5228 ($260) which offers Apple CarPlay. If you MUST have CD playback then maybe the Blaupunkt San Jose 120 ($100). All of them offer Bluetooth connectivity for your phone. Check for more.


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Does it have an AUX in port? If so, then you can connect it directly from your phone's headphone jack using an AUX cord, which you can easily buy at your local store.

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