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    hands free kit question

    hi all, i have just bought an astra and i found a motarola hands free kit in the car down the passenger side footwell i hav since removed this ubt there was a plug that belongs to the car i am wondering what else could be plugged into it?

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    have you got a pic of the plug?
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    il get one i had this plug in my 206 thats all and it was connected to a cd changer in the boot

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    well take a couple of pics and i'll see if i might know what it is
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    i hope this helps thanks, Mark

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    could be a removed cd changer or dvd player
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    yeah as above, looks like it could be a preinstalled wire for a cd changer, especially considering it has a 'lock' type fitment
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    If thats right over on the passenger side above the kickpanel it will be for the factory fitted phone kit, the wiring is in place on some cars
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    yeah thats what was plugged into it would i be able to put a cd changer into it?

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    No because it's for the factory phone kit as I said above

    Even if it was for a CD changer it would only work with the CCR 600 or nav units
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