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    I have a 2004 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer with the factory 6disc
    in-dash changer stereo. I would like install a Parrot CK3300 to use
    with my Treo650.

    After some research I found that Ford sells a "Hands Free Prep
    Harness", part number AL2Z-19A393-AA that is designed to work with my
    factory stereo.

    My question is how do I wire my CK3300 into the harness?

    Here are some pics of the Ford Hands Free Prep Harness:

    http://www.gurulabs.com/downloads/mi...-box-small.jpg
    http://www.gurulabs.com/downloads/mi...able-small.jpg http://www.gurulabs.com/downloads/mi...seup-small.jpg

    Here are the Parrot wiring harnesses. The one on the left is the "power supply" harness yet it has 3 mute wires hanging off it. The one on the right is the "mute wire" harness. Is the solitary yellow wire the mute wire? None of the offical wiring diagrams seem to depict that wire.

    http://www.gurulabs.com/downloads/mi...ingHarness.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by LinuxGuy
    I have a 2004 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer with the factory 6disc
    in-dash changer stereo. I would like install a Parrot CK3300 to use
    with my Treo650.

    After some research I found that Ford sells a "Hands Free Prep
    Harness", part number AL2Z-19A393-AA that is designed to work with my
    factory stereo.

    My question is how do I wire my CK3300 into the harness?
    On another forum I got an answer from an installer.

    http://www.expansys-usa.com/forumthr...100&thread=271

    He says:
    Connect the following:
    Ford Black to Parrot Green = Line +
    Ford Red to Parrot Brown = Line -
    Ford Red/Yellow to Parrot Orange fuse = Ignition
    Ford Blk/Light Green to Parrot Black = Ground
    Ford Violet to Parrot Yellow Male **** connector = Mute
    They seem to have helpfully forgotten to connect the permanent 12V .... This is going to have to be located on the grey/red plug - it is one of the larger crimp sockets - you will need to measure it with a multimeter.
    I'm taking my Expedition into Best Buy today. Using my special "Ford Hands Free Prep Harness" they are going to install my Parrot CK3300 for $75.
    Last edited by LinuxGuy; 08/17/2005 at 10:59 PM.
  3.    #3  
    Quote Originally Posted by LinuxGuy
    I'm taking my Expedition into Best Buy today. Using my special "Ford Hands Free Prep Harness" they are going to install my Parrot CK3300 for $75.
    Got it done. Looks and works great. I'll post some pics in a new thread.

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