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phone kits
#1
Got a new van last week with a built in phone kit.

But when I make a call person on the other end keeps saying they cant here me.

Is there a way to turn up the mike through the setting on the radio or setting on the van. or has anyone else had this problem?
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#2
take it back and complain, before its too late.
2010 artic silver VTR with EXTRAS.......Confusedunny:
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#3
Going off topic pch i was just wandering how its been weatherwise for you considering your location?
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#4
The mic is hidden inside the plastic cover where the cupe headlight is. There is No way to turn up the volume on the mic.
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#5
Lads how do I replace the Mike. This is really annoying. Can't even use the phone kit. Citroen say it's ok. Shower of ....... I'll replace the Mike myself with a bit of guidance of course from yourselfs Videos/ instruction/ tip and where to buy a new Mike would be great.
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#6
I have posted before saying it's s**t, buy a parrot kit or other aftermarket kit, my mic is top left of windscreen and pillar
63 plate Berlingo working hard.....
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#7
I have heard of this problem many times on courier van driver web sites... the only cure is an aftermarket hands free kit as suggested above. I recommend what I use, which is a "Parrot Minikit" (about £70 from Halfords). It clips on the sun visor, but is plenty loud enough to hear over any engine noise. I've never had a caller say that they can't hear me!
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(20-01-2014, 04:03 PM)Tikki Wrote:  The mic is hidden inside the plastic cover where the cupe headlight is. There is No way to turn up the volume on the mic.

Hi can you give me information on where the mic is located?
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#9
It's in the interior light unit between the two sun visors. You should be able to see it. Get a couple of phones and ring yourself up - you should be able to hear if you scratch it.

I find that mine works fine, but I do just lift my head a bit more than I would normally while talking. It was probably designed for use in normal cars, where it would be about a foot closer to you.
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