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I am looking to add iPod connectivity to my bike. When I scroll the options I have a Nav/mp3 setting. Not looking to use the six cable that i found. Is there a plug and play adapter that I can purchase, hook directly up and use handle controls. I have searched the forums and get confused. Lol. Thanks guys!!
 

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Not sure how your 2010 menus differ from my 2014, but on my 2014 XCT the iPod cable is connected to my AUX setting on the radio. I use a Bluetooth adapter to connect the AUX to my iPhone 7 so the phone doesn't have to be in the left storage compartment. The adapater gets its power from the 30-pin iPod cable.

From looking at my manual, it looks like you just press Tune +/- to change between AUX and NAV/MP3.
 

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I am looking to add iPod connectivity to my bike. When I scroll the options I have a Nav/mp3 setting. Not looking to use the six cable that i found. Is there a plug and play adapter that I can purchase, hook directly up and use handle controls. I have searched the forums and get confused. Lol. Thanks guys!!
I do not have a cable currently. Would like to add one. Is radio compatible?
 

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Sorry, I completely misunderstood your question. Yes, there are numerous posts on the site about people adding the factory adapter cable to their radios.

http://www.thevog.net/threads/xc-ipod-adaptor-installation.13127/
http://www.thevog.net/threads/ipod-cord.93201/
http://www.thevog.net/threads/2015-vision-ipod-cable-p-n-2877195.123865/

The cable itself is here:
https://smile.amazon.com/Victory-Mo...sr=8-1&keywords=victory+motorcycle+ipod+cable

I believe that the two white connectors go to a pair of connectors in the fairing or under the gas tank.

Here is the link to the Witch Doctor's instructions on how to install the iPod cable kit.
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct...rts-1490.pdf&usg=AOvVaw2PZ0V0wPncEnU5992qCknt
 

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In the XC model, the connectors would be on the brake side beneath the rear fender if they are there, may be under the seat or behind the right side cover as well, assuming they use the same harness as in later models. One 2-pin connector for power and a second for the audio/controls. The service manual can give you more information on the audio controls and how to make changes if necessary.
 

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