Cellular phone set-up

The system set-up, combined with radio consists of:

❒ dual-purpose aerial (sound system + cellular phone 900/1800 MHz), on the car roof;
❒ dual-purpose connection wires and ten-pin connector wiring.

The connector is located between the steering column and the central console.

Cellular phone set-up combined with sound system set-up, consists of:

❒ dual-purpose aerial (sound system + cellular phone 900/1800 MHz), on the car roof;
❒ dual-purpose speaker (sound system + cellular phone), on passengers door;
❒ dual-purpose connection wires and ten-pin connector wiring.

The connector is located between the steering column and the central console.

The hands-free telephone you purchase will need to be compatible with your cellular telephone.

WARNING

The maximum power applicable to the aerial is 20W.

The wiring diagram is the following:

The wiring diagram is the following:

1 Sound system MUTE function
2 Spare
3 Cellular phone INPUT earth signal (*)
4 Cellular phone INPUT signal (*)
5 Dual-purpose speaker on passengers door (+) (**)
6 Dual-purpose speaker on passengers door () (**)
7 Ignition switch power (+15)
8 Spare
9 Battery power (+)
10 Earth
(*) Sound system.
(**) Sound-system set-up.

We recommend installing the microphone near the front ceiling light.

Have the cellular telephone and the connections to the system installed by a Fiat Dealership only. This will ensure the best results and prevent problems which could affect the car safety.

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