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Hey team,

I am wanting to set up my iphone in the car, so it can be used as a navigation system so in a dock that place on windscreen, play audio without any wires (bluetooth/3g) and also I can control from steering wheel. I have a toyota camry 2008, with an aux input (direct input using an aux cable allows me to play, but not change the track) What would you suggest is the best set-up?
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I would suggest you focus more on driving.

The first two items on your list are easily accomplishable using third-party accessories (a mount, a BT aux input). Controlling the ipod portion from the steering wheel is also possible using third-party accessories, but not controlling both the iPod portion and whatever else you're using. Despite the smiley above, at some point safety IS a factor so my sincere suggestion is to get a passenger who can control that stuff for you.
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Thanks a lot, will have a look online

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