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    Right to cut a long story short, i have a 2003 40 pin e46 setup, i have installed an Alpine IVA - D310RB flip out tv/dvd setup, i have also linked an Autoloads PC99-X33 steering wheel control adaptor to keep volume controls etc. Now i need to purchase an aftermarket bluetooth fully integrated hands free kit which i have looked into and would like to purchase either the CK3000/CK3100, i understand these parrot systems can also be linked to the steering controls to also keep telephone controls, but reading on a few websites it states about getting other leads, can someone clarify details of what i need to keep and what i need to chuck to get all this working, i keep reading is about can bus, and m bus, and im really confused now, sounds like something i should be looking out for to get to work. The only how to's i have found is for attaching parrot setup to an OEM stereo. Someone please help.
     
     

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    Hi, to connect a parrot kit for use with s/w buttons you need an interface from connects 2 part no: ctunipar03, I had to get one to link ck3100 to s/w buttons I have got standard head unit but I think the only difference with your h/u will be the t-harness. to be sure get in touch with connects2 and I am sure they will tell you exactly what you need.
     
     

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    Thanks for the advice, ive had no mail back from them, and seem to want to charge £1 a minute for advice so not sure what to do now.
     
     

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    right no answer from connects2 so no idea where to go from here, anyone else help?
     
     

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    Joe is correct, that is the part for the BMW s/w controls to a Parrot. Don't think you will get any better advice barr calling Connects. You can always return it if it is completely wrong, but I think you will be OK.
    This will probably get moved to the ICE section. Try a search in that section and you might get more info.
     
     

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