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Old 03-24-2009, 09:25 PM   #1
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2008 WRX 4D Stage 2

Default Working bluetooth Microphone for under $20 2008 NAV

First before I post how to do this I want to thank maxfiles25 and SVXdc for helping me show this could be done. I thought I would show how to make the wire so you save some huge cash.

These are the posts that helped me



I tried to get the pics the best I could but because of the small wires it was very hard with my camera.

First thing I started off with is a Garmin External Microphone part # 010-10804-00

The reason I got it is because it some with all the attachments for the car just like the OEM one.

First thing I did is I cut off the plug and stripped back the wire. The negative was wraped around the positive wire.

Next I pulled back the wires to have my negative and positive.

To make two negative wires I took a phone line and made two wires out of it. The gauge of wire matched what the positve wire was all ready in the Microphone.

I twisted the 3 wires together. Then I soldered them together.

After that I used some heat shrink tubing to make sure it all stays together that there is less of a change of a short.

Next I added the plugs to the end.

To protect the plugs and make sure the wire stay together again I used some heat shrink tubing.

This is how it looks pluged into the back of the head unit.

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