I am trying to wire a nokia ck-7w handsfree into my 2006 toyota corolla hatchback (non jbl, non amplified). I do not want to buy any pre built lead because they are too expensive. I am going to make my own using this relay
The hands free will:
Mute the radio when there is an incoming all
and it will play the call throught the front speakers of the car.
In order to do this i need to know the wiring layout for the power and speaker looms behind the cd player. I am confident that i will be able to do this if someone can provide me with the wiring diagrams for the looms behind the cd player because i have had previous experience with a soldering iron.
P.S My final set up will be similar to these attached pictures.
The adaptor for this car is between £5 and £10. STRONG advice would be not to attack the wiring of the car. I would also advise against installing the CK-7W.
It was discontinued 4 years ago because of incompatiblity with most modern handsets over Bluetooth.
The CK-100 or CK-200 would be the better products to install. Both come with an ISO loom that will connect to the car system using the £10 adaptor. The 100 will stream music, the 200 has a screen and will connect to two handsets at once.
A professional installer would be able to fit any of the above in under an hour, and ensure no damage to the car or its wiring, and that the mic cable routes correctly past the curtain airbags in the A pillar which is a potential killer.
Yes, 100% compatible.
It comes with an ISO cable so you'll only need the ISO to Toyota adaptor. - these are under £10 on Ebay.
Another good product: http://www.dsldevelopments.com/brodit/holder/Apple
They also do vehicle specific, no damage mounting brackets.
Many thanks or your help. My dad says he will be able to get me a ck100 in the next few months. Yes i should get the iso cable for around a tenner on ebay so alls good there
I can see your logic in buying that holder however im a student so a 5 euro one that fits into the vents will be more than good enough