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Old 09-02-2002, 12:30 AM   #1
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Default Nokia Cell Phone Kit - What wires go where?

Has anyone out there installed a Nokia (Cark-91H) car phone kit in a 99 Bonneville?

The installation is no big deal. But I have no idea how to wire the phone electric harness. In other words, what wires with the radio and under the dash should I be looking for? I know yellow is for ground. Blue is for ignition. And I assume red is for 12v+. But what about the black and green wires, and more importantly, what color wires should I be looking for under the dash to splice my phone wires into?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. The phone kit is basically installed, but I am not sure how to wire it.

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I didn't try mine myself. I had the provider put it in for me. I've since had it taken out when I changed providers that did not offer Nokia phones. Here is a site I found when I was looking to get one and deciding whether or not to install it myself...

http://www.audiworld.com/tech/elec12.shtml

It is very detailed and has more information than you'll probably need, but it might help you. It is an Audi install and has more features than our cars provide.

All you should have to connect to the car is the power cable which I understand has several connections. Also if your car is equipped with a mute feature on the radio you can also connect this so when you receive a call it will automatically mute the radio. Depending on your mount for the cradle itself and the handset you might want to check out Pro-Fit for a quality mount for your phone. Make sure you order the extension. You'll need it for the handset and cradle to fit on one peice. If possible I recommend the provider of your service install it. if you have all the necessary parts and they provide your service it is usually free install or a minumum charge, say $20.00.
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Thanks for the link. I have since installed the phone kit, but would like to know how to hook up to the factory mute.

I'll check out the link you sent. I appreciate your help very much.

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