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How do I add bluetooth to Mk7 2009 Fiesta?

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Hi,

I have a 2009 MK7 Fiesta Titanium fitted with the stereo shown in the attached image, but it does not have any Bluetooth function and wondered if anyone could advise if there are any options for adding an in-dash Bluetooth handsfree stereo rather than fitting something like a dash-mounted Parrot system?

I have found a second hand FORD RADIO CD PLAYER STEREO (AM5T-18C815-PE) WITH bluetooth on eBay. Is this an easy plug an play option?

Are there any double din aftermarket in-dash Bluetooth units that I can install?

Thanks

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That unicorn would be the only Ford radio of that type with integrated bluetooth, it is an extra unit (that needs more stuff to work properly). With a quick ebay search this one seems to be the only complete one: Ebay item 112584813565.

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- AND bluetooth UNIT  ( WORTH ON EBAY £50.00 )

PART NO.: AM5T-14D212-ED SN:CQ5G2488FORD BLUETOOTH UNIT FoMoCo "

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On 19/10/2017 at 8:06 PM, tomtom70 said:

That unicorn would be the only Ford radio of that type with integrated bluetooth, it is an extra unit (that needs more stuff to work properly). With a quick ebay search this one seems to be the only complete one: Ebay item 112584813565.

Note the "

- AND bluetooth UNIT  ( WORTH ON EBAY £50.00 )

PART NO.: AM5T-14D212-ED SN:CQ5G2488FORD BLUETOOTH UNIT FoMoCo "

Thanks TomTom70

Would the ebay item you have referrenced be as simple as plug and play? The seller mentions that the bluetooth wiring is required. Do you know what this is? Is there a specific bluetooth wiring part that I need to look for?

 

 

 

 

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