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#1 nabster

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 07:32 PM

trying to install a MKi9100 Parrot bluetooth kit to my focus zetec 07 with (what I believe) is the 6000CD stereo in it

been told along with buying a Parrot kit I need some sort of cable to connect the 2?

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#2 Lenny

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 10:08 PM

trying to install a MKi9100 Parrot bluetooth kit to my focus zetec 07 with (what I believe) is the 6000CD stereo in it

been told along with buying a Parrot kit I need some sort of cable to connect the 2?


Here you go mate Click Here one end of this unit goes in to the rear of the stereo

the other end is a socket plug the cable that was in the stereo in to it,

then the branch coming from the side of these two connections is for the parrot,
plug the blue box cable in to it,

all thatís left is to find a power supply for the positive and negative feed

job done.B)



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Posted 06 October 2011 - 10:17 PM

thanks a lot mate
find a power supply? sorry losing so many man points right now

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 10:25 PM

thanks a lot mate
find a power supply? sorry losing so many man points right now


yes the cables to the stere only operate the sound from phone, music device etc.
to supply power to the MKi 9100 you will need to connect the red and black terminals to a power supply in the car
preferably one that switches off when you turn off the engine so dont tap in to the 12v socket

to save cutting cables i suggest perhaps purchasing some of these Click Here

you need to tap in to somthing that is live when the car is running and dead when the key is out of the ignition.B)








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