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Old 08-22-2014, 01:24 PM   #1
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Location: Orange County, CA
2015 WRX STi Limited

Default 2015 STi H/K Stereo & iPod Connection Problem

On occasion (at least once a day) my iPod (an older ipod touch and a newer ipod touch) will not connect to the stock H/K Nav headunit when I start my car. The option for the iPod is not on screen and it defaults to XM.

If I unplug the USB cable and plug it back in, then it connects. Or it is a selectable option on screen the next time I start the car.

The problem seams to be random and hard to repeat on purpose.

B/c of this, I also have to reselect the playlist and shuffle option afterwards.

I know there are other options like USB flash drives, but i'd prefer to use my iPod because I use smart playlists and build them based off of recent plays and play counts.

Is this something that any of you have seen or experienced before? What can I do to attempt a fix? Without replacing the headunit (that is not an option for me at this time)... Any advice would be helpful before I make a stop at the dealership with an issue that can't be recreated on demand (we all know how fun it is to get a dealership to fix problems you can't recreate)
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