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    confused Parrot Ck3100 Kit 2007 Help Needed

    Hello All,

    Before any one mentions it I have searched the How 2 section and am 95% happy with what i need to do to fit the kit.

    However can someone explain what cables need connecting to what.

    I have the full parrot kit and the ISO lead to VX cable.

    Am I right in understanding you only have the ignition live to connect up with the rest being plug and play.

    Any help would be great.

    Cheers,

    Mushy

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    If you have the parrot adapter lead you should only have to get the ign feed from the cigarette lighter, all the rest should be plug and play as you say.

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    I found it was an absolute **** to fit the iso lead into the space behind the radio .
    If I was to do it again (which I wouldn't!) I would take the 3 wires (speark+, speaker- and mute) from the ISO lead and put them directly into the VX wiring pin (as there is space) - so no SOT lead at all.

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    yeh its fun this Cambus wiring now... i'm still not got round to fitting my parrot yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyreman View Post
    If you have the parrot adapter lead you should only have to get the ign feed from the cigarette lighter, all the rest should be plug and play as you say.
    Cheers Tyreman.

    Let you know how I get on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockster View Post
    yeh its fun this Cambus wiring now... i'm still not got round to fitting my parrot yet...
    same here
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    Can-bus is fine,if a wire looks skinny for the job it's doing stick a multimeter on it just to confirm the voltage,that way nothing melts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by teilo View Post
    I found it was an absolute **** to fit the iso lead into the space behind the radio .
    If I was to do it again (which I wouldn't!) I would take the 3 wires (speark+, speaker- and mute) from the ISO lead and put them directly into the VX wiring pin (as there is space) - so no SOT lead at all.
    So is this a relatively easy way to do this. I have a 3100 on the way but have ordered no lead as yet. If this is straightforward then is there a wiring pic to refer to ?

    Cheers
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    i have just got around to fitting mine... at the moment i have just used the autoleads adapter from halfords for the radio, then ran a switched live from the aux. socket near the gear stick, and wired that in to the autoleads connector, if you use the BMW one rather that the one for vauxhall, you get the extra leads you need..
    then the parrott plug straight in, but you will need to remove the glove box and pull all the lead through from the radio, otherwise you have no chance to get the radio back in...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tone View Post
    So is this a relatively easy way to do this. I have a 3100 on the way but have ordered no lead as yet. If this is straightforward then is there a wiring pic to refer to ?
    Its really easy to do - but you need some extra "pins" to put in the vauxhall harness that you can attach the wires from. No doubt some electrical store like RS or maplin would have some - as I have purchased a lead - if I needed to pull the radio out and replace it I would butcher the lead I bought.

    With the SOT122 lead I found there was not enough room to pull the cable through from the glove box.

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