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    Does anybody know of a good reliable Auto electrican around the Manchester area that could fit a parrot CK3000.
    I looked at buying a unit from CPW but it's 95 Quid and 100 Quid to fit.
    I found a unit for 60 Quid so now looking at getting prices to fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shan View Post
    Does anybody know of a good reliable Auto electrican around the Manchester area that could fit a parrot CK3000.
    I looked at buying a unit from CPW but it's 95 Quid and 100 Quid to fit.
    I found a unit for 60 Quid so now looking at getting prices to fit.
    Well, get yourself a quote for fitting it and if the fuel to get up to newcastle and back is cheaper, then come up here and I'll fit it for you for nowt. An option anyway mate. Offers there if u want. Chances are you will need some sort of adapter lead and which one depends on the model af radio etc.
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    Thanks a lot for the offer mate. But im a bit tight on time. I'm only home 2 days a fortnight due to working in Austria. So traveling up to Newcastle is a bit much. And the little amount of time i have i spend it with my young daughter.
    Thanks again

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    now that an offer u cant refuse

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    Quote Originally Posted by shan View Post
    Thanks a lot for the offer mate. But im a bit tight on time. I'm only home 2 days a fortnight due to working in Austria. So traveling up to Newcastle is a bit much. And the little amount of time i have i spend it with my young daughter.
    Thanks again
    Not a problem m8. I can understand that. I missed the first 8 months of my youngest daughters life. Precious moments m8
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    Come on chaps i'm sure out of the 43 people in the NW someone must know of a auto spark. This will save me 60 Quid fine and 3 points by haveing the parrot fitted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shan View Post
    Come on chaps i'm sure out of the 43 people in the NW someone must know of a auto spark. This will save me 60 Quid fine and 3 points by haveing the parrot fitted.
    Well just to p u off a bit more lol. I just fitted mine tonight. took about an hour
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    Gary you COULD let me into a little secret and tell me how it was done. And i can have a go at it myself.
    Did you need the adaptor bit. the 20 quid one.
    My car is a 06 signum it should be the same setup as your's

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    Quote Originally Posted by shan View Post
    Gary you COULD let me into a little secret and tell me how it was done. And i can have a go at it myself.
    Did you need the adaptor bit. the 20 quid one.
    My car is a 06 signum it should be the same setup as your's

    Well I could sit here and type it all out but it would be quicker if I put THIS
    link in to a very good how to. HTH m8
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    Cheers Gary. I already looked at this a couple of times.
    So would you say the wireing setup is the same.
    I think i could follow this if its correct for the Evolotion one.
    Did you need the adaptor?

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