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Why they did not make a horn/radio button kit without the phone symbol for the US market is beyond me.
Back in the days when these cars were newer, it was a lot of confusion and questions why they could not hook up their phones.
Maybe it was some proprietary technology for the European market?
I remember back in the late 80s where your Blaupunkt radio would search automatically for the best radio signal and it stayed on the same station so you could drive cross country without having to touch the radio buttons.
I think 2009 (maybe 08) was the first year for working phone hook up in the 9-3. About the same time as Onstar went digital instead of the analog signal GM killed off.
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