Robdav99

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About Robdav99

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  • First Name
    Robert
  • Ford Model
    S MAX
  • Ford Year
    2009
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Wrexham
  1. Just to update. Fitting a 8M5T-19C112-AN module has fixed my issue and given me phone, bluetooth and usb music streaming now, so my old module must have been faulty, it was als9 draining the battery of a night aswell. Sorted thanks for all the help.
  2. From my bit of research I've done, I need to replace my 8M5T-19G488-AK to a 8M5T-19C112-AN module and that should give me bluetooth streaming aswell as sorting my AUX and PHONE issues.
  3. Ok its still not working so from what I've read it's not unheard of for these to go faulty so I'll get a replacement one. I believe there is a updated version of these which allows music to be streamed via bt anyone know? Thanks
  4. Heres the bluetooth box will leave it and the radio unplugged for a bit and try it again in a bit.
  5. Cheers will try that tonight. Anyone have any experience of the cheapish android touch screen head units that seem to have all the gadgets?
  6. would you say based on my etis data in the first post I should have working bluetooth on the car?
  7. I've pulled the fuse left it for 30mins and reconnected and its exactly the same. no bluetooth options and no sound from aux socket. faulty head unit?
  8. I'll try that today thanks
  9. Thanks for that, I've followed what that manual says and still nothing. Nothing happens if I press phone->then menu and still no sound coming out of the AUX jack either. I've had the dashboard apart today to check the wiring and it all seems present and correct to the AUX jack. Didn't know where to look for the bluetooth or voice controller.
  10. Hi everyone, I've joined the forum as I've just got myself an 09 S Max Titanium 2.0 TDCI on 85k miles. It seems like a really nice car, lovely to drive and is perfect size now we've got 3 kids. I've given it an oil and filter service today as it doesn't have any history with it and I'll get it booked in for cambelt done asap. Only issue I'm having at the moment is I can't tell if the car has bluetooth and it's not working or if it just doesn't have it. The is nothing in the drivers dashboard display about BT, it has the Sony DAB radio and the indicator stalk has VOICE on it and the phone symbols. If you press the phone buttons on the sony head unit it just mutes the radio. The AUX line in jack doesnt seem to work either, that does have a menu on the dash display but no sound comes through when plugged in to it. ETIS shows this in the options for my car: With A/V Jack BT/VC Phone Interface Only Will Dual Band Type 2 Antenna High Level CD+AM/FM+DAB Ice Feature Pack 15 With 8 High Series Radio Speakers Telephone Prep Pack B - English Less Family Entertainment System Voice Activated Module - British Should I have BT on my car based on the above? and if so how do I switch it on? Thanks Rob