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    confused VDA Connector Confirmation

    Hi Folks,
    Can someone please confirm is this a VDA Plug (in red circle). This is not exactly my connector but mine looks the same.
    I have preinstalled microphone and just got a new Opel UHP module so I want to connect the UHP to the VDA. I have CD70 with a color display. Is there a universal cable between the UHP and the VDA (online magazine or part number)?



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    no no, the VDA-plug looks like this:


    you can find it -if you are lucky- behind the handglove compartiment, on the left, taped to the side

    what you can see in your picture is the location of the aerial if it was not where you expected it to find (together with the VDA): see the yellow arrow, it is one of the black coax-cables in the string

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    Thanks a lot sig63
    I found it at last. Now the problem is to connect the VDA to the Opel UHP module. Someone have an idea?


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    You need the UHP-plug-repair-set ("UHP-Stecker-Reparatur-Satz"); as far as I know, it does not have a part number - but andy.l can correct me - price around 50 euro

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    Quote Originally Posted by sig63 View Post
    You need the UHP-plug-repair-set ("UHP-Stecker-Reparatur-Satz"); as far as I know, it does not have a part number - but andy.l can correct me - price around 50 euro
    You mean Opel produce this “UHP-plug-repair-set” so I can check with some local dealers?

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    yes

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    Big problem appears here I’ve checked today all Opel dealers here in Bulgaria and no one can help me, all says Opel don’t have such cable. Can someone direct me with Opel/Vauxhall part number or something else?

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    Help please part number site anything ?

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    Hum I just realize this connection will not going to happen. The problem is that the VDA plug do not have CAN bus signals, so you cannot control the “Delphi-Grundig” UHP. That’s why for example Parrot BT devices have external button for control. So I must go to retrofit.
    Just for the record here's the pin out on the VDA plugs:

    EARTH - PIN 1
    PERMANENT 12v - PIN 11
    IGNITION 12v - PIN 10
    RADIO MUTE - PIN 4
    AUDIO IN +ve - PIN 16
    AUDIO IN -ve - PIN 7
    MIC +ve - PIN 18
    MIC -ve - PIN 9

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