Well I finally did it!
When I got my first/New-used car I decided I had to somehow dock my iPod into it.
I went to wal-mart and bought one of those grips for Cellphones, GPS, iPods, etc.
Next I thought why mess with FM Transmitters and the horrible sound quality from them? So I looked into my options. I have a Ford Taurus 01 that has a 6 CD changer in the back. After my excursion on the internet I found one of these http://isimplesolutions.com/ipod-adapter/SoundByte.asp
It appears that you simply unplug your CD changer in the back and pop this baby in. Then you can control your iPod with your Car's Stock Stereo! I even ordered one on ebay but alas it never came
Then I started hunting the internet again and found this article...http://www.bombaydigital.com/boxster/projects/ipod/
I figured if he did it I sure can, plus I'm a Benheckian! It's in my nature
So one Saturday me and my buddy went to a friends garage and looked in the trunk. I probed around and found the audio lines coming off the CD player (I knew this would work now.) After that I simply routed the wires to the front of the Car and spliced them into an iPod Dock connector. Bingo! Audio!
Next I bought a USB power supply for a car and plugged in the cable's usb port to charge me iPod. (No I didn't plug it into the cigarette lighter! That would be too easy
Now this was pretty sweet but I had the annoying hiss coming from my engin'es RPMs
I went to Radioshack for the second time and bought a Ground Loop Isolator. After I hooked that up the whine went away (I'm not sure it fixed it though because I changed a couple ground wires)
In any case it's a real mess down there now
Those wires are the charger/audio/attempted car starter.... it's a rat nest now.
And this is the result
What do you think?