2011 Mitsubishi Galant AUX no sound

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  1. kfowler25

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    MAKE: Mitsubishi
    MODEL: Galant ES
    YEAR: 2011
    MILES: 104,000
    ENGINE: 2.4l V4
    DESCRIBE ISSUE.... Just bought the Gallant today for my daughter. Noticed the AUX port is installed, but when I plugged in her Droid phone, no sound comes out of the speakers. I tried 3 different cables and even my old iPod Classic. Still nothing. Is this normal, and can I just replace the AUX adapter?
     
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    nickb2 Wrench. I help when I can

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    if you have soldering skills, yes, but is that worth the time and effort. you can probably upgrade.

    Walmart sells some pretty nice setup. or check out autozone, or canadian tire, all those kits will fit for this gallant.
     
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    oops, forgot to ask, does this gallant have audio amplifier?
     
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    Anyway, here is wiring WITH amplifier if you need it.
     

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    nickb2 Wrench. I help when I can

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    il_fullxfull.704786546_ps10.jpg Often times I have complaints like this from clients, sometimes a shot of brake cleaner or electrical contact cleaner does the trick.

    Most often, the PCB board needs soldering. Most often than not, the unit is not worth the repair.

    Inside a car, coffee gets drops, or makes you poop, hope not BEER, etc.

    If the AUX jack is giving you grief, probably time to upgrade, since your in there.

    So that was my $.02
     
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    Another idea, most often the aux jack has a fuse on the PCB, so check the wiring.Nada, no fuse for aux port that is worth replacing.


    That would be AUX BOX C-140.

    AUX adapter is C-141.

    Other than that, the 1/8" jack is f"ed. Not worth the repair as said in above comments, time for an upgrade.
     
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    Thanks all for the advice. I will just upgrade
     

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