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I could be way off on this but I thought I read a thread somewhere that stated the new units use either an obscure protcol of fiberoptics for communications for some of it's systems. I didn't think it was possible to install the bluetooth unit into a different model.

Like I said I could be way off. I think someone had one on their bench now trying to get it in. Paul Waterloo I think.
 

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MOST rings a bell. Your right though 68 pounds, it is a small investment for the chance it may work. I just spent over 100 for the Audi install kit and I don't even know if my phone can be made to adapt to it.

I'll know tomorrow when it comes in and I can take a look at it
 

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I didn't actually order the system I ordered the factory install kit that is used for the in car phone in 2000. It included the centre consol mount and the rear antenna kit (which I will be selling).

I'm going to be ordering the Parrot CK3100 and using the factory wiring in the trunk to install it. This way I can use the factory mic (with some modifications), the factory speaker and integrate the radio all in one shot. I have a Motorola V710 with Bluetooth and Motorola makes a cradle for it.

I'll mount the cradle in the centre consol on the Audi flip out holder and use it's external antenna to go to the bumper antenna you get from Audi.
 

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Well I went with the Parrot CK3100. Still working on it though. I will intergrate with the fatory wiring though. Not expecting any problems there. If your looking for part numbers email me off list.

David
 
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