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Hi, I need a bit of help. A few months ago I bought a cab from 1998, which have the phone module installed. But the cradle seems to be from 1998 and does not fit my not very fancy Nokia C5. Do you know where I can get a new cradle?

regards John

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I had the same issue in my 2000 C2 Cab. Here is my convoluted story:

I removed the phone mount, which revealed some large holes in the console side piece.

I found a used matching side piece for sale and installed it. Then I bought a bluetooth speaker phone adapter that clips to the visor, so I didn't have to mount the phone, plus it's now hands-free.

After a road trip that had me stuck in traffic for about 3 hours with little or nothing worthwhile on the radio, I decided to add an iPod. I bought an iPod touch and ordered a cable from Becker Sound. ($100+). Needing a place to mount it, I replaced the original console side piece (the wider version designed for cellphones) and used velcro tape to mount the iPod. I'm very happy with this set up.


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