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Old 08-23-2010, 04:49 PM
tcesar888 tcesar888 is offline
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Originally Posted by E82Pilot View Post
What I tried over this past weekend, was to disconnect the iPod from the cable, when the car sat for a while, and then re-connect after I got into the car. Guess what, NO problems, the iPod started right up.

Others will have to chime-in to see if it is our iPods, or the interface. Or we could both go out and buy a new iPod, but it is no big deal to just disconnect, when leaving the car.

Thanks for the input. The main thing is that my new ride is not so much the problem. I was a little put-out on how the service center "was" about to handle this. I'll probably cancel the appt. and opt for a newer iPod here soon. Maybe the newer Nano (cheaper), as I only have about 8GB of music/playlists. Seems like a waste to park a perfectly good iTouch in my car.

Mahalo,

T
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