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Louie

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About Louie

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    2002 Porsche 996TT
    2000 Audi A4
  1. I found the cable on the Becker website: BeckerAutoSound (Go to "What's New" on the left side of the window) "Porsche owners: We now have a Telephone power cable, 5001.524-276. This allows power/phone mute to the existing car wires without any cutting. The price is $5.00 (list). To order please call our parts department at (888) 423-3537 x1209" I guess I'll be calling them on Monday. --Louie
  2. Thanks for the help Tool Pants and Loren. :clapping: --Louie
  3. While browsing RennTech, I ran across the Cell Phone Connector in this thread: http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...st=0entry3812 (Thanks Tool Pants!!! :) ) Using a volt/ohm meter, I determined the pin-out to be: Brown Wire - Ground Next Wire - Switched +4V ??? Next Wire - Switched +12V Next Wire - 12V Is this pin-out correct? I then played a round of stump the parts guy at my Porsche dealership. I took the car to the dealer, showed him the connector, and asked him if I could buy the mating connector plus pins. He couldn't find the part in his syste
  4. Thanks Guys, This is just the info I was looking for. :D Loren (I think): I would like to make a contribution to RennTech.org, but I would prefer writing a check. Is there an address to which I can send a donation? --Louie
  5. Hi Loren, Thanks for the quick reply! :) I'm probably being a little dense here, but my car doesn't seem to have separate switch side pieces next to the PCM-1 head unit. (I'll try to attach a pic of my PCM-1 unit. These things never seem to work for me.) My car has a single carbon fiber piece that holds the switches and surrounds the PCM-1 unit as well as the center air vents. Do I have to remove the carbon fiber surround? Does it just pull off or is there some secret removal method? Sorry for being such a dunce. :( --Louie
  6. I’m trying to get my iPod to play through my Porsche sound system. The problem is that I live in the SF Bay area and there is no free FM spectrum here, so simple FM transmitters like the iTrip or Belkin don’t work well. At the moment, I am using the low tech cassette adapter approach. The sound quality is not great, I hate having that long wire snaking out of the cassette deck, and for some reason, I have to insert the cassette adapter into the head unit several times before the stereo system plays music from my iPod. My Porsche is equipped with PCM-1 and a CDC-3 changer in the trunk. If
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