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|06-17-2019 04:52 PM|
The phone system used in Europe is called UHI, and it ordinarily utilizes cellular equipment that is built into the car, and uses Bluetooth to read data from your cell phone's SIM card.The built-in equipment then completes the call. This is very different from what is used in North America.
Unless one of our European phone system experts chimes in, I suggest you contact a Mercedes dealer to determine what you need. You may be able to determine what your car is or is not equipped with using the VIN Decoders HERE, HERE (multilingual), HERE, HERE, and the links HERE and HERE.
|06-17-2019 04:13 PM|
|Dany Ciobu||Right, so i am from Cyprus. I do not have the full history of the car , but at it seems is uk imported. Was registered 2017 in cyprus.|
|06-17-2019 11:22 AM|
You don't tell us what country or continent you are located in, which makes it tough to advise you.
You might try this site: https://www.mercedes-benz-mobile.com/com/com/
Other than that, try the How-To Guide on Cell phones, the very first "sticky) in the blue-backgrounded area at the top of the first audio & telematics forum page. Look at the first post and post 5; if in North America it is likely you have an MHI phone system. However, in some models by 2008, Mercedes started building the cellular equipment into COMAND, and no "puck" was necessary. I do not know what was used for the '08 CLC.
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|06-17-2019 02:25 AM|
Mercedes clc 180 kompressor phone connection
Hello guys. I am new to mercedes and recently i buy an clc 180 w203 2008 model. I am tryng to connect my phone to the car but my phone can not pick up any bluetooth from the car. As i read and watch aome clips on youtube, i notice that my car should have an bluetooth device in the arm rest between the sits... can anyone advice me what is to do if this device is missing?
Thank you !