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From: Elroy10/3/2019 8:50:45 PM
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Hello,

I'm going to rent a Mustang or Sebring convertible while in Florida in about a month.
What's the easiest way to get my iTunes playlist music into the car stereo system, so I can play my own music?

I have a few iPods. Do normal car rentals (Mustang or a Sebring convertible) have iPod docks, or music input jacks?

If not, is the logical way to play my own music to load it onto my phone, then connect the phone to the car stereo using bluetooth?

Thanks for any advice.
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