Date: Sat, 01 Dec 2001 22:45:38 GMT
From: "rubber grommet" <rhkwnopsamin.rr.com>
Subject: Re: Saab 9-5 and Nokia Phone


What exactly does a car kit accomplish in a 9-3? Does this make the phone a hands free type? "Jeff Tope" <jeff.topenopsamin.net> wrote in message news:I0aO7.4050$4K2.637546nopsam6-win.server.ntlworld.com... > On a 93 NINE-THREE you need to remove overhead console - two screws under > the lamp and two strong spring clips at the front then you need to remove > the three pin connection from the microphone and carefully extract the cable > from the high gain and put it back in the low gain as per instructions theat > came with kit (my dealer did mine in the end because I could not believe the > mentality of swapping the wire in the connector!) > > Hore this helps > Jeff > > "Sadik Pothiawala" <sadiknopsamrind.co.uk> wrote in message > news:9ub81j$n8i$1nopsam.chatlink.com... > > I have fitted a genuine Nokia car kit to a 9-5, using a Saab wiring > adapter > > kit, all works very well, the microphone is already fitted to the car. I > am > > finding that when I make a call I cannot be heard very well. > > > > Has any one else experienced this? > > I have made various enquiries and there does not seem the be a gain > > adjustment for this microphone. > > In my previous 9-5 the problem was not as bad, and I did fir a Motorola > > V-series kit to it which worked very well. > > > > Any information greatly appreciated > > > > > > Sadik > > > > > >

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