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Parrot fitting

Hi there,

After having my type s for a good few months now I'm looking to reinstall my parrot bluetooth that I removed from my old car, how easy is this and is it able to fit to the original stereo,

Any help would be ace,

If there's anyone in the central scotland area that would like a wee job to wire it up feel free, name a price

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have a look in the ICE section pal, you might find some help there. ill ask for this post to be moved to the correct section for you.
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have a look in the ICE section pal, you might find some help there. ill ask for this post to be moved to the correct section for you.
Kinda thought it was the wrong section, thanks mate

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What model parrot kit is it?

I've fitted the mki900 pritty easy job really its just getting to the back of the radio you need to remove the arm rest and centre console then remove the radio there should be some how to's on fitting them in the ICE section ; )
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Yeah I fitted the MKi9200 and its pretty straight forward if your confident in removing the dash and removing the radio
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