Presumably I just cannot figure this stuff out, but I cannot remotely fold the side mirrors or get my iPod to play. Any suggestions please?
I saw that too. Thanks. I'll certainly try that if I can find the original cable that is. I have tried a couple of other cables with no success, but will try to find that cable.I POD will work and play. Check out page 4-8 of the display manual.
Don't know why but says you should use the usb cable which came with the I POD
Please let us know if your ipod works in your Palisade. That would be really useful information. As you say maybe the generation of ipod would make a difference.Here is what I KNOW (no guessing involved here):
1. My iPod works perfectly in Hubby’s Hyundai SantaFe XL via both Bluetooth and plugging it into a specified USB port. His system is similar, if not identical to, the Palisade, as previously mentioned. I do not have my Palisade yet to verify it specifically.
2. There are at least 2 people on the Telluride forum who have gotten tto work by following the instructions, plugging into the correct USB port, and making sure their iPods are turned on.
3. There are those on the Telluride forum who have reported doing the same thing, and their iPods don’t work. The working theory in that forum is that it may have to do with the age of the iPod, but no one knows for sure.
Ideas, “guessing,” and observations are where all knowledge comes from, so I will continue to appreciate all of these things if it helps me use my beloved iPod in my new Palisade.
MPEG4 is not listed as a supported format in the infotainment manual. Try MP3 or FLAC.I have an old IPOD that worked fine in my Ford Explorer, but not in the Palisade. MEDIA does not even acknowledge something is plugged into the USB slot. I copied the songs over to a thumb drive and the screen said it does not recognize the file format MPEG4