Author Topic: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2  (Read 37228 times)

Offline camster

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Re: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2
« Reply #20 on: 11 August 2006, 16:38 »
A BIG up to the Doc.

I got stuck during the instal as I didnt realise the audio leads fuses had to be placed onto the wiring, so that  the system has power! doh but the doc was at hand to help..
 just to recap...my audio leads kit came with the fuses not connect, i should have realised when i had four unconnected blockes but i didnt.

thanks again Doc

Offline GTI CV7

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Re: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2
« Reply #21 on: 14 August 2006, 17:26 »
Hey Doc,
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What projects would you like me to cover?
Not sure... but is the multi-function steering wheel do-able?
Also, someone told me that the Nokia car kit mentioned here has more functions... like access to phonebook etc with newer Nokia mobiles. have you heard this? I'm due for a new mobile so I thought I'd ask just in case....
Thanks again
Dave
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Re: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2
« Reply #22 on: 14 August 2006, 17:28 »
ONLY if its the factory kit  :sad:

M/F wheel is too much for me at the moment - soz

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Re: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2
« Reply #23 on: 28 August 2006, 07:02 »
Hi Doc,

I want to install a parrot Ck3100 Advanced BT kit
I think I"ll need this cable : VW02PAR , ISO adapter for VW cars

Found both on www.justcarkitsonline.co.uk


Any suggestions on how to install the kit ?
Or is it the same as the nokia kit ?

TIA

Oliver

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Re: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2
« Reply #24 on: 28 August 2006, 09:49 »
Tis just the same as the nokia to fit really - only this kit uses iso connectors  :wink:

The iso to VW kit is cheaper here from Dom Mk3 @ £20 though!

Any problems please ask for help.

Good luck  :wink:

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Re: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2
« Reply #25 on: 28 August 2006, 11:29 »
The iso to VW kit costs about 22£ here in Belgium, VW-stealer just round corner.
Will I need to cut that blue wire and connect it to heater control, or is that in the iso adapter.
What about my soundpack and cd changer connectors, no probs there ?

TIA

Oliver

EDIT: Cable + Parrot CK3100 kit : 180€ or 120£ at VW-Stealer, I'll have a go later this week
EDIT bis : And no need to cut the blue cable, all is ready to plug with the ISO adapter
« Last Edit: 28 August 2006, 13:12 by OlliBlue »

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Re: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2
« Reply #26 on: 28 August 2006, 21:37 »
Doc,
 
Will the iso adapter support cd-changer and soundpack ?

TIA

Oliver

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Re: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2
« Reply #27 on: 28 August 2006, 21:52 »
no problems there you simply plug 'em into the wiring loom at the radio end as per cd changer part in my instructions

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Re: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2
« Reply #28 on: 31 August 2006, 22:21 »
THX Doc !!
Did it in 1 hour !
Works perfect !
Bit unhappy with where I put the display, bends the plastic a bit.

Thanks again !!



« Last Edit: 31 August 2006, 22:25 by OlliBlue »

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Re: HOW TO: MK5 GOLF Nokia Car Kit PART 2
« Reply #29 on: 06 September 2006, 14:40 »
hi,

I'm very impressed with the pics and the install.  I'm a new owner of a Mk5 GTI and would love to fit a bluetooth nokia car kit.  However I think its one step above my skill level, since fitting the new electric window winders on my mk4 drove me nuts.

so my question is, can anyone recommend an installer in west london, that is reasonably priced?

many thanks

Paul
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