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PCM & Blutooth Interface


DougD

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To start with, sorry for what seems a repetitive question on this topic. I've tried to hunt down this answer but found broken links to old strings. I would like to get a wiring diagram or advice on what pins/wires to connect a blue tooth phone kit's mute output wire/pins and voice audio input wire/pins on a 2005 Turbo Cab PCM. I would like to use cars speakers to hear phone conversation as well as mute stereo when incoming calls ring. I think this info used to be in the Owner's manual for a '02 Cab I had, but is no longer included. Any help or advice is appreciated!

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On your cars option list which telephone prep do you have?

M193/553 or M618?

Hi Loren, Where would I find the options list? This code does not appear on my Window Sticker. Is it on a decal on car?

Have a look into the service book, Your original hood might have been replaced

No luck on the service book, it is completely bare. Would they let it leave factory without this? Maybe hood got damaged during ocean freight? Dealer claims that no hood was replaced. Without this info, what are my options as far as wiring possibilities?

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On your cars option list which telephone prep do you have?

M193/553 or M618?

Hi Loren, Where would I find the options list? This code does not appear on my Window Sticker. Is it on a decal on car?

Have a look into the service book, Your original hood might have been replaced

No luck on the service book, it is completely bare. Would they let it leave factory without this? Maybe hood got damaged during ocean freight? Dealer claims that no hood was replaced. Without this info, what are my options as far as wiring possibilities?

Hey I did find this sticker in bag of Misc. parts in trunk? Any help?

Sticker_codes.pdf

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That's the option code sticker. Doesn't look like you have  phone kit option added so that'd be needed as an input.

I pulled the CD holder out and can see an "unattached" wire connector with 4 wires. I guess this could be for many connections?

Have a look at this thread.

Thanks Loren that tread did the trick for the mute. From what I read, I guess there is no "input" for the voice audio? I might try to hook right up to a door speaker. It should lose it's signal when the mute kicks in. Too risky?

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