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    Default Bluetooth Accessory Installation Wiring Help

    I purchased a Bluetooth Module that just plugs into the AUX section pins at the back of my Grundig CD Radio. The Blue block socket just goes where my old iPod Holder AUX connection used to go.

    Seems easy enough but there is a Red 12V wire and a Black Ground Wire coming out of the Bluetooth module. From the looking at this chart on Evilution I'm presuming I connect these with either A7 (Switched 12V) and A8 (Earth) respectively? Switched because I only want it active when the car ignition is on.

    https://www.evilution.co.uk/ice/high..._have_been.htm

    Another possibility is using C18 for the Ground and I read that C16 is also a voltage supply. Looks like my old iPod holder used to use these.

    Do both or either of these options seem sensible?

    Cheers

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    Default Re: Bluetooth Accessory Installation Wiring Help

    Why don't you just test them with a multimeter and use which ever is easiest to connect to?

    John

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    Default Re: Bluetooth Accessory Installation Wiring Help

    Having a multimeter would be a good start

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    Default Re: Bluetooth Accessory Installation Wiring Help

    Less than a fiver
    fq101.co.uk

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    Default Re: Bluetooth Accessory Installation Wiring Help

    Yep. Just grabbed one from Amazon. Probably will still electrocute myself during the process.

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