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Telephone wiring

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Help! I am fitting a nokia phone kit in my 996 my99, everything is fine except where is the best place to pick up switched nd unswitched power? photo would help!!

thanks

mark

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The easiest place in the phone prep plug in the center console - but I'm not sure that UK cars get that as standard. Do a search here for "phone prep".

If you don't have the connector then post again and I'll have a look at the schematics.

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The easiest place in the phone prep plug in the center console - but I'm not sure that UK cars get that as standard. Do a search here for "phone prep".

If you don't have the connector then post again and I'll have a look at the schematics.

Crickey that looks the business, I'll go and have a look....

(some time later...)

i dont seem to have it

how do I get powered up?

also how do I get the radio out?

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How to remove the radio

If you go to the central locking/alarm control under the left seat the Black/Brown wire (connector 1 pin 36) should be switched +12 volts . The Red/Green wire (connector 2 pin 7) should be unswitched +12 volts and the Brown wire (connector 2 pin 1) should be ground.

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How to remove the radio

If you go to the central locking/alarm control under the left seat the Black/Brown wire (connector 1 pin 36) should be switched +12 volts . The Red/Green wire (connector 2 pin 7) should be unswitched +12 volts and the Brown wire (connector 2 pin 1) should be ground.

Thanks, if I get the radio out can I route the telephone output through the speakers, add mute, get power, add ipod input... via the socket at the back of the unit?

Is there a desciption of the pin layout pls?

also there are many references to other articles in the forum eg. "How to remove the radio", are these listed somewhere

Mark

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