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Parrot 3320 fitting instructions
#1
Hi Guys,

Just wondered if anyone had any fitting instructions (or knows a link) for the Parrot 3320 Bluetooth kit? I have been given a very good secondhand one and really don't have reliable fitters in my area (rural Spain).
If I can get the wiring sorted I was going to do a step by step installation, with photos, and put it on the site for future use of other members. I have the Berlingo Mk2 2007 register model.

Thanks to all,

El Berlingo :wave::wave::wave:
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#2
Try this:
http://www.parrot.com/uk/installation
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#3
Hi mate,

Tried that site but they only show that my Berlingo does not require a special loom. I can't find any wiring diagrams or instructions on that site. Have I missed it? They have operating manuals but no evidence of fitting instructions. Tried Ytube but not any real help there either.

El Berlingo
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#4
TBH I didn't look! But via that site you may well be able to contact the company and ask them to email
the document in a .pdf file.
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#5
Hi,

Yep, will try that if other avenues fail.

Regards,

El Berlingo
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#6
I have a Parrot hands free kit in my Berlingo. The radio has a standard ISO connector therefore as far as I can remember if you have been given all the cabling that came with the kit as new then you shouldn't need to buy anything extra.

It might be useful if you can post a photo of what you got in the kit.

This link might be helpful.
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#7
Hi all,

Just made a test run on fitting the Parrot. Well, blimey, what do you know! Nothing extra needed ( as per Stuart ) and was a very simple task. If there is any interest I will make a photographic log of the final fitting and then post it. One interesting item. The feed to the blue control box requires both an ignition and permanent battery feed. When tested the vehicle loom showed both feeds as permanent. However, one remains on for about a minute after the ignition switches off...so wiring needs no alterations.
Routing of cables needs a little thought but no hassle. Best place for microphone is by the interior front roof light by utilising the lighting blank. Best kept away from windows to prevent wind noise.

If you are looking for an easy self fit unit then look for the Parrot 3320 colour!

Regards,

El Berlingo Confusedunny:Confusedunny:Confusedunny:
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