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Parrot bluetooth

Discussion in 'Electrics, Vacuum, Ignition and ECU' started by hcloseuk, Oct 27, 2012.

  1. hcloseuk

    hcloseuk New Registration

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    Hi im trying to install a parrot bluetooth ck 3000 evolution into my 2006 c180 i have the iso adapter cable but when connected through the parrot im getting no power to the audio head unit although im getting power to the bluetooth unit.I think i have got the the proper iso adapter cable but does anyone know the proper part number for the lead. Thanks
     
  2. Myros

    Myros Senior Member

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    I did this a few years ago

    I think you might need a separate power feed for the parrot from the cigar lighter. Have a search on here, just use the function.
     
  3. npuk

    npuk Guest

    Yes you need to wire in a switched live.
     

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