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Fiesta Bluetooth To Bluetooth+Usb...almost There But Not Quite.

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Hi chaps, I'm just at the state of putting all the kit I've bought into my new (to me) Fiesta. This forum has been a lot of help with all this so far so hopefully it'll come through on this last bit I'm stuck on.

I know where five out of the six plugs on the new loom go to, it's just the one I have no idea. I've had a lot of the trim off inside, taken out the stereo but I'm at a loss.

I've attached some pics.

I know where these two go ( to the Bluetooth + USB module) :


I know where this one goes (in the back of the CD\radio unit) :


I know where these go (to the new aux\USB panel I've fitted behind the gear stick) :


But I'm damned if I know where this one fits:


It's on the same stretch as the CD\radio unit plug. I don't think it's for the mike in the roof as I can't see how it would reach up there, given where the CD\radio unit is.

If someone has a decent pictorial guide on this it would be really helpful. I've had a good look but I've not found a complete guide that explains the wiring.

Thanks for your patience and thanks in advance for any help.



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It is the one for the mic ;)

Will run up a pillar either side of the windscreen (remember the mic will have a cable too which will come some way down to meet it)

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Ah okay...more trim to remove. :unsure:

Thanks. I wonder if I've bitten off more than I can chew here. I figured this job would be just a bit of wiring and then a call to my mate for the IDS.

The front interior of my car is in bits! :o

Oh well...I guess I'd better start unwinding some of this sticky black stuff!

Looks like I'll be doing pedal power to work this week!

Is there a guide someone's written for this? Be nice just to have someone smarter than me telling me rather than me making guesses!

Oh and big thanks for this and for all your other posts on this topic.

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