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2006 Volvo S60, HU-650, Parrot


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guidosingh 
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Posted: December 27, 2006 at 5:36 PM / IP Logged  
Happy Holidays to all...
I'm installing a Parrot C3000 Evolution bluetooth hands-free set into my 2006 Volvo S60. I have to hardwire the Parrot harness into the Volvo's harness. Parrot do not include specific wiring diagrams for my car. Thus, it's a bit tricky without Volvo's wiring diagram for the car and the radio (an HU-650 Head Unit by Melco).
Can somebody please post a diagram which will help me to make the connections? Thanks...
Summary:
    car - Volvo S60 - 2006
    radio - HU-650 (without external amplifier)
    hands-free - Parrot C3000 Evolution
KarTuneMan 
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12V DC Battery(Constant)Red Radio pin A1 C10 20 amp Relay box behind left side of dash
Switched AccessoryViolet Radio pin A2 F28 5 amp CEM behind left side of dash
Ground Brown
Power Antenna Blue/white
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Left Front Tweeter + Gray/red
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The CD CHANGER & the RTI control module are each powered thru a RED / white wire; the fuse is F6 of 7.5 amperes in the rear electronic module at left rear corner of trunk.
guidosingh 
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Posted: December 30, 2006 at 7:10 PM / IP Logged  
2006 Volvo S60, HU-650, Parrot -- posted image. Hello KarTuneMan
I really appreciate your assistance. Things are much clearer now. I'll be off to my local automotive electrical shop in the morning to pick up my connectors and then, start to hack and patch the harnesses.
Thank-you very much for your help!
Happy New Year!
guidosingh 
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Well, the Parrot CK3000 hands-free has been installed in my 2006 Volvo S60 with an HU-650. It seems to work but, the car won't start. I now know that I probably shouldn't have but, I disconnected the Climate Control Unit (after having had disconnected the battery, of course). It seems that the car thinks that it's being stolen every time that I attempt to start it. My wife is furious, I'm embarassed and I can't get either car out of the driveway. Does anybody have any suggestions?
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Does the OEM keyfob still work ? Can't see removing the climate control affecting the vehicle from starting.
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guidosingh 
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Thanks for your response Jeff. Yes, the fob works insofar as it locks and unlocks the doors. In fact, I've been cycling the locks manually in attempt to reset the immobilizer. The starter turns but no ignition2006 Volvo S60, HU-650, Parrot -- posted image.
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Is EVERYTHING connected back up?   I am not framiliar with the car , but if you broke the ring around the ign barrel or forgot to plug something in that has to do with the transponder, well your pretty much s.o.l. I would recheck thing make sure you pulled your power from the correct source, check all the fuses, and make sure nothing is unplugged. The only reason the car wont start is the transponder circuit isn't working...
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guidosingh 
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An update: Thanks to the help given to me here and elsewhere, I was able to easily (and quite successfully!) connect the Parrot into my S60's system without the need for add-on, third party harnesses 2006 Volvo S60, HU-650, Parrot -- posted image..
It was a veritable breeze! 2006 Volvo S60, HU-650, Parrot -- posted image.
guidosingh 
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Hello Hymer,
Thanks for your response. Fortunately, everything seems to be fine now (including the Parrot installation!). The car was towed to the nearest Volvo dealership. The first thing which the Technician did was insert the key into the ignition switch and turn it. The next thing that happened was that the car started 2006 Volvo S60, HU-650, Parrot -- posted image.. Quite bizarre but, as long as my vehicle functions, I'm happy. It was the proverbial "singing frog" situation. Perhaps the immobilser had finally re-set itself.
guidosingh 
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Posted: January 05, 2007 at 11:32 AM / IP Logged  
Good morning all,
I've also posted this in the "audio" forum...
I've just successfully hardwired a Parrot CK3000 into my 2006 Volvo S60se with an HU-650. Slick 2006 Volvo S60, HU-650, Parrot -- posted image. .
I've got the bug. Now I'd like to make a relay kit that would allow my PDA's (iPAQ 2210) earphone outputs to be redirected to the car's two front speakers. The bottom line is that I want to be able to hear my PDA's TomTom turn-by-turn directions through the vehicle's speakers.
Can somebody please comment on the following concept?
I would like to use the PDA output to energize relays that would break the connection between my HU and speakers when and if an instruction is issued. I'd like to connect this relay upstream of the Parrot's relay box so that the PDA doesn't mute phone activity. I think that this could be done straight forward enough (please, however, somebody tell me if I'm nuts). I realize that I must also amplify the PDA's output to drive the speakers (my HU-650 system does not incorporate an additional amplifier) . This has me a bit perplexed:
    Do I amplify the signals before entering the relay or after?
    If the latter, what kind of sound degradation can I expect?
    Would it be a problem for my Parrot's relay box to see an "amplified" PDA signal?
    Furthermore, how much amplification is necessary for a typical PDA output?
    What kind of an amplifier can I use (bearing in mind that this is intended to be a low-budget but highly personally-rewarding project!)
I just realized something else: there are going to be pauses and gaps in the PDA output as a result of normal speech patterns! Darn 2006 Volvo S60, HU-650, Parrot -- posted image. I'd probably have to throw a couple of capacitors into the mix as well to retain current during the pauses, huh? Hmmm, this is getting to be a bit complicated now...

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