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    Default NCDR2015 auxiliary input cable

    I wish to fit an auxiliary input socket to the radio/CD/SatNav unit of my 2004 Vectra. The unit is a Seimens NCDR2015.

    My dealer states that the auxiliary input cable (part no 13255833) is suitable for all Vectra C vehicles. I am a wee bit sceptical of this because of the differing units fitted to the Vectra.

    Is anyone able to confirm or otherwise if this cable is suitable for my vehicle?

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    its not... as there not any AUX on the NCDC.

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    Thanks Kemp!

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    But it has been seen where they remove the cd changer to put is a "aux" instead... dont know how thats is working.. but dont think that was what you wanted...

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    Thank you Kenp.
    Your suggesting that it might be possible to use the CD input to the radio as an aux socket.
    Anyone able to confirm or otherwise please.
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    What about something like a Parrot kit? I thought some of them had aux capability and that there are adaptors for NCDC units?

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    Thanks "mysteryelite" but a wee bit dearer than I want.

    A neighbour has suggested a wee box that you transmits a radio signal and you tune your radio to that frequency.

    Anyone know of those?

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    Look at Denison Icelink its a hardwires fm-transmitter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenp View Post
    Look at Denison Icelink its a hardwires fm-transmitter.
    Thanks Kenp. This seems to be the ideal solution though a wee bit on the dear side.


    Dave

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    yes a bit expencive...

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