So you actually have the phone module in the center console and not just "pre-wiring"? If so, is there a Bluetooth "puck" in the center console, or just a connector? If you have the BT puck, then you are ready to pair your phone and instructions are in the owner's manual. If you have the connector, but no puck, then you need the puck (about US$200). If you have no connector, but "pre-wiring", then you are US$800 away from pairing your phone.
when i press the button on the steering wheel 4 the phone the display says no phone and i have this thing in the centre console when i remove the cap theres a kind of connector there,--- i phoned mercedes they told me that the car is already pre wired but i did not get the car manual when i bought the car what can i do from here. thanks. chris.
chris - when you ask a question here, it's best to include as much info as possible.
1. Is your phone cradle stored in the top of the centre armrest like mine? The top flips from both sides for dual access.
2. Did the previous owner have the phone working? If so all the cables must be there. But the cradle/holder must match the phone.
3. If you go to the nearest MB dealership, they have a hand-out document called 'Overview - mobile communication (Europe)'
That lists all the compatible phone make/model numbers, and the holder type number required to fit in the phone compartment. I have the document for June 2007 and the following makes are listed: Nokia, Siemens, Samsung, Motorola, Sony-Ericsson, Vertu. Bluetooth SAP & HFP are included.
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