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Old 26th December 2007, 08:59   #1
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Default Hi Line Sat Nav wiring loom

I have recently purchased from Les at SMC a complete Hi Line sat nav system
I've fitted a few of the units to the boot area but not yet the loom.
When I connected everything up as in Keith's "How To" I was left with two plugs that I am not sure about..
Can anyone help. It's possible they may not be used..
The first is a 8 pin plug.
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OS - this wire goes to the other small mystery plug
OG - this wire goes to the other small mystery plug
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WRY- K Bus
RW
RG- telephone mute, goes to pin 4.. radio module.



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Old 28th December 2007, 19:55   #2
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Sorry for the delay in replying...I've only just got a PC running at home.

The small 2 way black plug is for a speaker, which I think is not required as it uses the ICE speakers instead. (of all the ones I've taken out, not one of them had a seperate spaker and that connector has been strapped up behind the dash)

The other one escapes me at the moment, I'll need to have a look at the loom in my car, which I'll do at work in the daylight tomorrow.
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Old 28th December 2007, 19:58   #3
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Just had a thought, It may be centre console related.....
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I don't know if this is of any help,
It is the Original BMW Wiring loom.

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Im not sure but I think its plug C0082 and belongs under your steering wheel for connection between the K/bus interface and your steering wheel remote control buttons. Only thats a 6 pins plug.

Im on it know, give me some time to check it out.

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Yes, got it.

The little plug (C0896) is for a separate speaker. You don't need it, because the nav voice comes from your car speakers.

The 8 pins plug (C1229) is the ICE harness to telephone harness if installed.

I put some pdf files for detailed information. There is no diagram of C1229 what so ever. The separate speaker connection only appears on the low line diagram.

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Now here is the interface where to put plug C1229 on. It once was ment to be for an older car kit combined with a Nokia 3110 or Siemens S10.

With bluetooth nowadays it has become history I think. Don't even know where to get it from. (Rover museum perhaps?)

Hope this would be of some help.

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It should have been the 3 Pages of the Wiring Diagram for the Hi Line Sat Nav System but my Acrobat Pro V8 seems to be having a fit converting Drawings to PDF.
Will re look when awake properly in Morning.
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Thanks.. David, Ralph, John,
Now I know the two plugs are not used I will be able to fit the loom.
I will be able to use the RG wire for phone mute that is in unused plug.
This RG wire comes from the radio unit.
I am almost sure that I will be able to fit a parrot kit without running any extra wires from the boot to the front of the car, now that I have converted the BMW plug to ISO connectors.
I have a bit more work to do, fitting the sat nav aerial and the connectors to the HRW. [Will the TV connectors be there ? ]
Also I have to fit the CD changer into the boot.

I'll let you know how I get on.

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Thanks.. David, Ralph, John,
Now I know the two plugs are not used I will be able to fit the loom.
I will be able to use the RG wire for phone mute that is in unused plug.
This RG wire comes from the radio unit.
I am almost sure that I will be able to fit a parrot kit without running any extra wires from the boot to the front of the car, now that I have converted the BMW plug to ISO connectors.
I have a bit more work to do, fitting the sat nav aerial and the connectors to the HRW. [Will the TV connectors be there ? ]
Also I have to fit the CD changer into the boot.

I'll let you know how I get on.

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The contacts may be on the screen, but it's highly unlikely the connectors will be there. I've done a bit of research on the screens and may have come up with a solution.

My CD changer is now in the boot, using the original glovebox brackets to mount it under the parcel shelf.

I'm going to look at my loom later, but I think the grey plug is used, the black one definately isn't

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