I drive a 2007 Pontiac G6. The problem that I’m having with it is that the factory radio has an issue with CDs. Whenever I put in a CD, it plays just fine, but when I attempt to eject it, it stops playing the music, makes clicking sounds, and gets stuck in the player. I was thinking about getting the CD player itself repaired, but I’m not sure about that because not many places can fix them and it would cost too much. I was wondering if it’s possible to somehow hook up an AUX port to a factory Pontiac G6 stereo. Then I would still be able to play music from my phone or some other device. I was thinking that you can plug something up in the back of the factory radio to get it working, but I am just wondering if it’s possible, how much it costs, and if it the driver information center would still work. I could replace the radio altogether, but I learned that if I do that, I would lose the driver information center, which I want to keep, and hopefully, adding an AUX port would be cheaper. I just want to know if this is possible and if it would create problems for my car. What do you think my best option is? Sorry if anything was mentioned in any other topic. I really don't know anything about this at all.