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    Default Fitting Nokia bluetooth

    Has anyone fitted the nokia bletooth kit to their veccy, and if so is it difficult? I fancy getting it of Father Christmas this year since I have been a good boy all year. My only problem is that if I can save myself £140+ in getting it fitted by a technician (spotty teenager with a Nova) i would be happy. I have a phone kit already fiitted from when I bought the car so can I use some of the wiring from this to save me dismantling the whole dash?

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    piece of cake if you have the telephone pre wiring in already... 5 mins of a job with correct autoleads adapter, otherwise it'll be an autoleads job into the wiring loom behing the stereo, and a 10 min job! ( after you work out how to get the stereo out! )

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    I fitted one to my Vectra last weekend.

    My car's got the CD30 headunit which supports telephone mute and line-in so I opted for an Autolead (06-122B, ~£40) which sits in between the original harness and the head-unit and provides power, ground, mute and audio connections. It plugs directly into the Nokia module. You do need to source a separate ignition-switched supply but you can pick this up from the cigar lighter. (The bullet-type connector fitted to the lead happens to locate nicely in the rear of the cigar lighter connector so in the end I didn't have to cut or splice a single wire.)

    However, if you're not worried about muting the stereo and can live with a separate speaker, it's entirely possible to fit the kit without any third party lead.

    The hardest part is routing/stowing the wiring. I found a convenient location for the control module alongside the head-unit (behind the hazard light switch). Try and point the antenna end of the control box towards the passenger compartment. Also see here:

    http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3332

    for how to remove the light-switch.

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