adapter allows an iPod with a dock connector to be connected to and controlled
by the factory radio in select Toyota and Scion vehicles.
Please check the Crutchfield Vehicle Selector to confirm compatibility with your
vehicle. The iPod interface takes the place of the slave Toyota 6-disc CD
changer. They cannot be connected to your factory radio simultaneously.
This adapter is compatible with virtually any iPod with the
Dock Connector. This includes (but is not limited to) iPod G3 and G4 (3rd and
4th generation, firmware version 2.3 and 3.0.2), iPod
mini (firmware version 1.3), and the iPod photo (firmware version
Vehicle Compatibility: The PA11-TOY interface is compatible with the following
Toyota Corolla, Echo
Toyota Land Cruiser
Toyota MR2, Celica
Toyota Sequoia, Tundra
Note: PA11-TOY is not applicable to Toyota vehicles equipped with
factory navigation and/or DVD systems.
Modes of Operation: The PA11-TOY provides two operation modes:
- Direct Mode: In this mode, the controls on the iPod are functional as
well as the track up/down, fast forward/reverse buttons on your radio for
controlling music playback. To use this mode, set the dip switch #2 on the
interface to "Off" position. In this mode, the audio will come through DISC
5, Track 1 on the radio.
- Playlist Mode: In this mode, the iPod is operated and controlled as a factory CD changer.
This mode allows you access up to five playlists on the iPod. For this
mode, dip switch #2 must be switched to the "On" position with the
iPod Playback: All
audio tracks on the iPod will be played at Disc 6. The track order is determined
by the default order on the iPod. Selecting discs 1 through 5 on the factory
radio will allow playback of 5 playists on the iPod if the Aux Input is not
selected. You can select a playlist by pressing the Disc Up or Disc Down
buttons. Playlists which are created for direct access must be designated with
the word "TOYOTA" and the disc number. If no "TOYOTA" playlists are designated,
the first five playlists on the iPod are accessible from the Disc 1 through Disc
Auxiliary Input: In addition to the iPod input on the PA11-TOY there is an
auxiliary input (stereo RCA) for use with another source, such as a DVD system,
satellite radio, or game system. The aux input is selected at CD 6 Track 1 using the
factory radio controls. This aux input can be used with or without the iPod
connected. To use the auxiliary input on the
interface, dip switch #1 must be set to the "Off" position.
Note: When the Aux input is used, the "All Tracks" playlist
is moved to Disc 5, and playlist "TOYOTA5" is lost.
Controls: The factory radio's controls give you access to the following iPod
- Scan: plays
first 10 seconds of each track
- Random (Shuffle):
songs are played back in random order (some radios have a "P scan" button
for this function)
- Track Up/Down:
the "Next" button advances to the next track in the playlist; the "Prev"
button allows you to jump to the beginning of the currently playing song
- Fast Track Search: the "Fwd" or "Rev" button
will advance or retreat through the tracks in
increments of 10 (i.e. 04, 14, 24...).
- Fast Forward/Fast Reverse Play: While in Random mode, press the forward or backward button
to fast forward or fast reverse through the current song.
play is not supported by this interface. Switching to another source, such
as AM/FM, CD, or Cassette, puts the iPod into pause mode.
factory radio will display the playlist number and track number only. Display of
artist and song title information is not supported.
Battery Charge: The
PA11-TOY charges the iPod's battery when connected. Charging stops automatically one
hour after the iPod is paused.
Note: The PA11-TOY requires an optional cable (item #
581CBP85) to charge the iPod nano 4th generation, iPod touch 2nd generation,
or the iPhone 3G.
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