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    Hi guys

    need a bit of help... my normal ISO wirering from my sonyericsson handsfree has broken.. so i cant hear anything

    im about to take that broken bit off so that i can make it work..

    i know in CDR2005 (witch i have) that pin 33, 34 and 35 in the mini iso wirering is for the phone...

    im wondering if its possible to wire it up to the radio using those pins.. and what do i need from the handsfree kit..

    i know witch is the mutewire (not used) and the speaker wires..

    But can it be done? or does i just have to use the original speaker and stop using the isowireing..

    IM not planing to change the handsfree yet.

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    If your handsfree kit has a grounded mute signal, then that's all you need to get the radio to switch 'off' the music, the normal speaker output from your handsfree kit can be connected to the radio pins, earth and signal.

    Phone sound will then come from the front speakers and volume controlled via either on the radio or via the steering wheel switches.

    Looking at the large 19 pin connector on the back of the stereo, (didn't have any wiring behind the glovebox on mine)

    PIN 13 is mute, to ground when 'in call'
    PIN 16 (earth) and PIN 19 (signal) are the Audio inputs.

    Can you chase them back to the multi plug you describe earlier to identify each wire function?

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    at the moment its a complet connector block, thats put to the radio.

    but if i have to use 13,16,19 makes me wonder if i maby allready has the connectorblock somewhere. if its normal around you glovecompartment. it would be a pain in the **** to get to at mine. as my steering wheel is there..



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    The pins I mentioned earlier is what I connected my Nokia handsfree kit to, and it worked great.

    The black connector block you describe is the speaker block, so you connected direct to the speakers before? And not through the stereo at all.

    I can only assume that the connector block from pins 13, 16, 19 would be behind the glovebox on both LHD and RHD cars.

    If you can't find it, then you can simply connect into the wiring coming from the back of the stereo. Mine didn't have these wires anyway, so I just pushed the 3 wires from the handsfree through the holes in the connector from the back and doubled over the front. When the stereo was pushed in, the wire contacted the pins in the stereo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ste View Post
    The pins I mentioned earlier is what I connected my Nokia handsfree kit to, and it worked great.
    ahh ill try

    Quote Originally Posted by Ste View Post
    The black connector block you describe is the speaker block, so you connected direct to the speakers before? And not through the stereo at all.
    Correct... but its that block that have problems some where.. as it takes over when phone recives a call.. but cant hear anything more.. (dosnt help turn up the volume as it did before)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ste View Post
    I can only assume that the connector block from pins 13, 16, 19 would be behind the glovebox on both LHD and RHD cars.
    not sure about that there are things they havnt moved.. just because they moved the steeringwheel.. because i havnt see the connector block.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ste View Post
    If you can't find it, then you can simply connect into the wiring coming from the back of the stereo. Mine didn't have these wires anyway, so I just pushed the 3 wires from the handsfree through the holes in the connector from the back and doubled over the front. When the stereo was pushed in, the wire contacted the pins in the stereo.
    sounds fairly simpel ill have a go.. or else i just have to live without mute and the originalspeaker.. (but would prefere via normal speakers)

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    well cant find the plug.. and dont want to do the cutting there... so ill be trying the mute wire.. and original speaker hidden in the dash..

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    aghhhh it all works until i put the car back together

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    now i found the connector behind the glovebox.. (want excatly behind the glovebox but found it.. can i use that somehow? eg. with another handsfree?)

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