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Anyone got any instructions for routing microphone for a car kit?

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I've bought a mobridge bluetooth carkit, and found the instructions on how to install it very useful.

However the part it neglects to mention is how to get the microphone cable from behind the PCM (where the mobridge is) up to near the rear-view mirror.

Are there some instructions out there on the best way of doing this, i've searched for hours in vain so far.


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thanks paul,

For anyone else I managed to do it quite easily actually (after 3 hours of messing about!)

All I did was remove the pannel between the glovebox and the door, by pulling it downwards to remove.

Then with a coathanger you can go through the hole in the side (when the door is open) and find your way to behind the a-pillar.

Then tape the microphone connector to the end of the coat hanger (packing tape works well, remember to fold over the end so you can unwrap it easily).

Then pull the coat hanger back down bringing the microphone with it, remove tape and you are away.


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