We have a 2003 Mercedes C240. We would like to be able to use the cellular telephone features integrated into the radio/steering wheel but would like to not use the v60 phone that is available from Mercedes -- opting instead for to use a Motorola Razr. Is it possible to make this happen?
I was told that there is an aftermarket kit that will allow for the usage of any Bluetooth-enabled telephone. But I can't seem to find it.
The utlimate goal is allow us to use a cellular phone and it be hands-free, as Chicago now has an ordinance mandating hands free when driving and we aren't supercrazy about the Bluetooth earpieces.
Can anyone help on this front? I appreciate it.
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Drives: 2005 C55, 1988 260E, 2000 Chevrolet Silverado
Search for Argos, or pick up a phone PSE and bracket from Ebay and get the Mercedes Bluetooth puck and a patch cord from mikbox.com and your set to use most Blurtooth phones and the Mercedes set up comes in at less then the Argos by a little over $100. Total at around $500.00 to $700.00 and all features will work and you can add voice control later.
read up on it, and i have posted a lot of pic on the install. if u have any question i can try to help ans them. but i like the unit a lot, i think it was money well spent.
__________________ Harry Madan HarryMadan@gmail.com 03'C32Mods: Carbon Fiber Lip | Xenon Fog Lamps | S-Class (AMG lights) | Green Air-Filters |Clear Lens Mark | Argos Bluetooth Cell phone | Navigation Units (TV Adapted) & (MP3 Connection) | Valentine One Hard Wired | SL55 Splitter | CLK-63 AMG Brake Setup | CL-Grill with a Full Border
02' C230 Coupe (sold)
Last edited by Harry Madan; 06-11-2007 at 04:25 AM.