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Installed Nokia CK-100 Bluetooth Handsfree kit

Replaced my cigarette lighter with a Nokia CK-100






Looks ok even the colour matches the dash lights!
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That does look cool and like it was fitted there from the factory.
Well done on a neat install of the car kit.

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It is most interesting place for install handsfree.

Doy you have more pictures about your installation.

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Very neat install, well done.
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It is most interesting place for install handsfree.

Doy you have more pictures about your installation.
I forgot to take any during the install, but it was pretty easy. - Followed the guides to remove the center console, removed the cigarette lighter and attached the button (The wire for the button is fed under the switch blanking plate which pretty much holds it down along with a blob of silicon sealant) Then removed the center of the dash and the radio to connect the wires. The hardest bit was getting all the wires and the nokia handsfree box to fit around the rear of the radio..
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