First of all, you have to search for your auxiliary input, or aux jack for short. In most cars, it should be in the area of the center console or in the glove box. It might also hide under a flap, so check under them. If you could not find it, check your owners manual. If you found it, it will look something like this:

Now you just need to Bluetooth a bluetooth adapter like this one, plug it in, switch it on, change your car stereo to aux and connect to it to your smartphone. And from now on you can enjoy music from your smartphone in your car.

This guide should work for the following models:

Saab 9-3X 2.0t Aero XWD Exklusiv 2010

Saab 9-3X 2.0t Griffin Aero XWD 2011

Saab 9-3X 1.9 TTiD 180hp Griffin Aero Exklusiv 2011

Saab 9-3X 1.9 TTiD 180hp Griffin Aero 2011

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo Biopower Griffin Aero XWD Exklusiv 2011

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo Biopower Griffin Aero XWD 2011

Saab 9-3X 2.0t Griffin Aero XWD Exklusiv 2011

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo Griffin Aero XWD 2011

Saab 9-3X 1.9 TTiD 180hp Aero Exklusiv 2010

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo XWD Exklusiv 2009

Saab 9-3X 1.9 TTiD 180hp 2009

Saab 9-3X 1.9 TTiD 180hp Exklusiv 2009

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo Biopower XWD Exklusiv 2009

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo Biopower Aero XWD 2010

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo XWD 2009

Saab 9-3X 2.0t Aero XWD 2010

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo Griffin Aero XWD Exklusiv 2011

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo Biopower XWD 2009

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo Aero XWD 2010

Saab 9-3X 1.9 TTiD 180hp Aero 2010

Saab 9-3X 2.0 Turbo Aero XWD Exklusiv 2010

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