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Routing mic cable for handsfree

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Erf, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. Erf

    Erf Member

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    Guys,

    Might be being thick here, but I want to route my mic cable along the red line I've drawn in the pciture. I can tuck the cable neatly under the rubber channel by the window, but how or where do I tuck the cable around the pillar and up along the window screen??
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  3. g60leigh

    g60leigh Well-Known Member

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    The a pillar trim just clicks off mate. Or you can tuck it behind the edge of you don't want to take it off
     
  4. PaulRS3

    PaulRS3 Well-Known Member

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    On my previous S3, i fitted a SE Bluetooth kit. I mounted the mic in the oem position in the central light cluster.

    Having removed the central light, and "fished" the cable over the the roof lining and down the drivers pillar, (without removing it, I managed to tuc it in with a credit card)
     
  5. Erf

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    G60leigh - I have a curtain airbag so not sure I can just prise off the a pillar trim, or can I....?!
     
  6. beanoir

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    You don't need to prise off the trim, just pull the door rubber back and slide it behind the trim that way, much less hassle. The door rubber comes off so easily and just pushes back on - don't bother pulling trim off unless you really have to.

    I did this to install my Parrot HF and it was the same on my 8P S3 too.
     
  7. Erf

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    Cheers beanoir. Will give it a go!
     

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