Date: Sun, 08 Jul 2001 22:44:15 GMT
From: scrowenopsamink.net (Steve Crowe)
Subject: Re: 97 Saab 900 SE - Mobile Phone Loom info


On Fri, 6 Jul 2001 14:33:25 +0100, "John Sheehan" <jsheehannopsamom.net*nospam> wrote: >Hi all > >I decided to fit a Nokia car kit into my 97 Saab 900 SE and when I poked >around under the dash, found what is obviously a wiring look specifically >for the purpose of wiring up the car kit so that it will mute radio etc. > >However I don't have any sort of manual for the car and as a result I have >no idea what the pinouts for this loom are. > >Does anyone have any info on this ? > >Some of the wires are pretty obvious - Red is positive, black ground etc, >but there are a couple of others i would like to know about. > >Regards > >John Sheehan > > John The connector for the phone system is attached to the right side (US spec car) of the center console cover in the foot well. The connector is attached to the cover with a wire tie. I am not sure which wire is which because I don't have a manual at home. However what I would strongly suggest is to get the wiring adaptor from a local Saab dealer. It is relatively cheap (>$20.00) and has all the info on the pinouts. It makes for a neat installation. I would not assume anything about the wiring on these cars. You might end up with a dead phone and/or car. Also on the phone muting, the phone must provide a ground to the radio for this to work. Most Nokias do this, but I understand that some do not. All the ones I did worked fine. Good luck, Steve Crowe

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