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OllyTheGardener

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About OllyTheGardener

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  • Ford Model
    Fiesta
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Hampshire
  1. It worked! The usb connection is now in the glovebox, and the iPod stays out of site and out of the way. Thanks for everyone's help.
  2. It's got to be worth a try! Looking at it, running a cable over the back of the glovebox and down to the module should be a piece of cake. I also prefer the idea of the Ipod being tucked well out of view, rather than on full show beside the handbrake! Thanks for the help. I'll order the parts and keep you informed.
  3. so, if I were to get this http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=290754346627#ht_2275wt_1271 and this http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=280880133758#ht_2433wt_1271, then update the module with a pen drive, I'd be able to play the ipod without having to plug anything into the aux socket?
  4. Thanks for the reply. The old module is 'AL' and the new one is 'AT'. I was hoping not to have to do any rewiring, but if needs must... The sockets by the gearstick are a usb and a 3.5mm aux. I was hoping I'd be able to use an off the shelf mini usb cable, run it from the module into the glovebox and plug the Ipod in there. But am I right in thinking the sound from the Ipod goes through the aux? Thanks again.
  5. Hi all, I hope someone can help me with this. We have an 09 Fiesta Titanium, and recently the Bluetooth/voice/usb module stopped working. I managed to get hold of a second hand module, but I notice that the usb plug in the new module is of the mini usb type, whereas the plug in the old module looked more like a narrow usb A. My question is, is there an adapter available that will enable the older 09 usb cable in the car to plug into the mini usb of the new module? To me, it seems crazy that there wouldn't be, but not knowing the name of the type of connector in the car, searching the internet is like looking for a needle in a haystack! I just know that one end needs to have a male mini usb. Thanks in advance.
  6. Welcome to the Ford forums OllyTheGardener :)