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Brand New Mercedes-benz Apple Media Interface Lightning Cable A0008271200 Oem on

US $44.95

La Jolla, California, United States

La Jolla, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Mercedes-Benz Manufacturer Part Number:A 000 827 091200 iPhone 5 6 7 iPad iPod USB Cable

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Upgraded Ford MyKey blocks explicit satellite radio channels

Wed, 29 Dec 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Teenage radio listeners might have to look somewhere else besides the family Ford for the Playboy channel or Howard Stern. The new generation of Ford's programmable MyKey system will let parents block "explicit" radio channels on the Sirius/XM satellite service in their cars. That would cover Playboy's and Stern's channels, as well as more than a dozen music channels, such as rapper Eminem's Shade 45 and the hard-rock Boneyard.

Geneva motor show 2010: A-Z review and news

Thu, 04 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Welcome to CAR Online's coverage of the 2010 Geneva motor show, the world's most exciting auto show. The CAR team will be reporting live from the Palexpo arena in Switzerland for the 80th Geneva auto show on Tuesday 2 March 2010 – and this is your handy guide with previews of all the launches. We'll update the page with every new announcement, and on press day there will be the CAR live blog, along with reviews, news, video, photos and galleries of all the important new car launches at the Geneva motor show.

Obama calls for shared sacrifice in auto bailout

Fri, 16 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800

President-elect Barack Obama says he wants to keep tough conditions on automakers that get federal loans. The companies must develop sustainable business models because it would be unacceptable "to keep them on their lifeline through taxpayer dollars in perpetuity," Obama told The Washington Post. Obama said industry restructuring will require "everybody, from labor to management to creditors to shareholders, giving something up." His comments contradict suggestions that the new administration will relax federal loan agreements reached last month with General Motors and Chrysler LLC, possibly with softer demands on the UAW.