Skylaw,If you go to the phone bulletin for your car at http://phdwebsite.powerpulse.cc/Phone Install Bulletins/S 00.pdf it shows you exactly where to plug the connectors into it. Those will be the "Tele Line In" fiber optic cables, which terminate in one connector. See Figure 8. The connector on the end of the fiber optic cables will go into the side of the PSE.
While the bulletin isn't as specific regarding the Voice Control, if you inspect the VCM (or VR - Voice Recognition) you will see the receptacle for the fiber optic connectors as well. That's where your "VR out" fiber optics cables go.
While your'e at it, be sure the 25-pin connector is plugged into the PSE, and that the 15-pin connector from the PSE is plugged into the Voice module.
If you follow those steps, you will have established the physical loop the way it should be. With the required fuses in place, you should get power to the system; and your tech should be able to program the COMAND for the equipment.
I disagree that the phone bulletin simply talks about making a loop. It is the very bulletin used by the installation techs who installed the phone systems at the point of entry into the U.S. - while the black & white ones aren't as good as the color ones for later models, they should get you through it. You may have to study the photos a bit, and follow the text carefully.
It is obvious that a prior owner has messed things up for you. Nothing about your current equipment is standard. I suspect he had some 3rd party add-on for a phone system, and disconnected the OE system; that would explain the extra wiring in your console, and the current state of the OE in your car. I suggest starting as if there were NO equipment installed, and work your way through. Keep in mind that you do not need the antenna switch or the linear compensator. They go to the external antenna in your rear bumper, and it is not used in a Bluetooth system. It won't hurt to leave them connected if they are - but if they are completely missing, they aren't necessary.
I appreciate your help, I have the connector with the f/o plugged into the PSE, I am talking about the two loose F/O lines, one says VR out and the other says TELE LINE IN.. the other end of them has a connector that goes into the PSE like figure 8.. but where does the other end go? That is my issue..
Also, the cut lines were a Sirius box.. as for the fiber optics and PSE, all was untouched with factory tape.. I have read on this board in a few posts that the two loose fiber optic lines are normal and need to be looped in.. Infact if you read the bulletin you posted, on the top under notes it mentions the two connections I am talking about stating the tele is an angle connector and the other is straight
If you think about it, when they come from the factory unplugged like this they can't connect the end of fiber optics to the loop without the other end going into something..