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Old 17-06-11, 05:43 PM   #1
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Default Bluetooth in the radio, or the lack of it :(

I thought there was bluetooth in the RD4 radios, but maybe this car is too old cos I cannot find any bluetooth when I scan for it on my phone.

Anyone know if this car is too old for bluetooth?

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Old 17-06-11, 05:48 PM   #2
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Have you got the TEL button shown on this pic? Or the Bluetooth menu?
If not, mustn't be installed.... don't think its too old, but might have been an optional extra.
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Old 17-06-11, 06:15 PM   #3
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Looks like it is a difference between a C screen and a CT screen.
Just looked at the radio, it has a BAND button where the TEL button is. Darn, and I so wanted Bluetooth
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Old 17-06-11, 06:22 PM   #4
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Same as mine then..... previous owner had in-car phone fitted, which luckily has bluetooth so I got rid of the horrible phone cradle. You can buy plenty of bluetooth car kits, and some are quite cheap too
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Old 17-06-11, 07:11 PM   #5
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Has anyone got any pics of the back of both these radios, i'd like to see if there is any difference?
Thanks.
Although I know that each radio is programmed to the VIN, so maybe the aftermarket bluetooth is the way to go again.
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for use bluetooth is necesary bluetooth module and microphone under head if your car havent this you havent use bluetooth
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Old 20-06-11, 12:27 PM   #7
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I understand.
I put my VIN into ServiceBox, and then the Vin from my father's car.
In the radio diagram for my father's car, on the right hand side, it shows different codes for the radio, and also has codes for the different units including bluetooth.
The diagram for my car has different codes for the radio, and no mention of items like the microphone, bluetooth module .
This led me to look at servicebox.
http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showt...3#post71722679

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shouldby number 30 and 35 if you put vin in servicebox
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Old 20-06-11, 02:09 PM   #9
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With my VIN, there is the complete picture for all parts of the radio, as it can be seen for all VIN's, but in the listing on the RHS, the items needed for Bluetooth are not mentioned.

I may just put in my own aftermarket BT unit in place behind the coin tray, with holes drilled in the coin tray to allow the sound to pass through. The only thing about doing that, is the radio will not mute itself when Bluetooth is active.
I might put a non latching switch in one of the blanks where the ESP etc switches are, and just push this when a call comes in.
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Old 20-06-11, 04:14 PM   #10
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Or just press both the vol + and - buttons on the steering wheel control at the same time to mute the radio
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