Your radio should be fine. I will now order the audio patch cable as well. The only difference is the software. Yes, I spend the last week looking into this but most post are over 5 years now and I cannot see the attachments or links in most tutos. Thanks Thanks Dave, I have read the manual, but I am finding it very difficult to relate which specifications relate to which model radio. What I am struggling to find out is what bt module I should get and if I need to get extra cables or if my car already have them and I can just connect the module. I'd like to get what's needed to use on my Sony radio.
Also does anyone know of a stereo I could replace it with that will retain all my original features, such as voice and bluetooth, but add iPod connectivity? Here is a very useful summary video. I kept trying and at last it asked for the pin straight away and paired successfully. Had a htc one m8 before - worked like charm with the same car. I've also tried to follow the instructions to unpair a phone, but I don't get the option to unpair, so I'm thinking nothing is paired. Thank you in anticipation I would also have thought your audio system has bluetooth.
I have removed the glovebox compartment to see if I could see the module, but I do not have it. If you don't have it, it is very expensive to fit afterward as you will need new wiring, have the module programmed, etc etc. Thanks for this as well, and sorry for keep asking question, but you know much about this subject. Show everyone how amazing your car's new entertainment system is! I removed the glovebox - not that difficult actually, just 7 screws. Have you tried a different phone? There are several improvements to be gained from updating your Bluetooth firmware. I am loving the new car and all the options with it but i am missing one. I was looking to save money as did not need the usb option, but I still want a good sound quality :.
It's very annoying Does anyone know of a fix for this? Without the correct Audio Patch Cable there will be no sound communication from the module to the radio. Good luck Thank you for all the replies. You can switch to the Dark theme in your. Would very much appreciate some advice on this. The stereo will display a message saying that no valid files were found to play.
You want to keep your children in the seat during long driving? Just start the process again from the beginning and it will eventually complete. I have now ordered a module of ebay and will try and plug it to the existing cables needed. Whilst updating my Mondeo the car gave a Low Battery warning, and the radio shut off. Is Bluetooth compatible with this unit? The bluetooth module is located up to the left as you look in the hole. Different languages are usually less desired and a bit cheaper. Does it have the voice control option? I like the look of the Sony radio so not keen on get an aftermarket unit if i can avoid it.
One of the great features in cars nowadays, is the ability ti connect it with your cell phone. I have an odd one for anyone who may know. The button below will bill you one pound and reward you with my gratitude and maybe some extra technical help. Popular ford focus 2010 radio bluetooth of Good Quality and at Affordable Prices You can Buy on AliExpress. In this quick and easy tutorial, you'll find out how to setup your bluetooth phone with a 2010 Ford Fusion. Is this the same or similar to what you have? This worked on 2010 s max titanium.
As we mentioned on , we've got a dark version of the new look for the site which we're rolling to Mods to make sure that we've turned the white bits dark. You only have to fill in the mac address from the car into the app and the pairing goes by itself. Do you have a 'voice' button on your remote stalk new the steering wheel? We believe in helping you find the product that is right for you. Its a bit of a pain to debond them but once its done you should be fine again. Thank you for your comment above.
Thanks for the link to the video, yes it is the same radio. I've tried with a variety of phones, no joy. I found the fuse for the Audio system is number 112 - I pulled that, and put it back in. The drop down menu at the top will help you find a topic of interest or you can If you have any questions about the site, head over to the. Try deleting all the bvc files from the memory stick apart from English the filename has a language code then trying again.
Thank you Wilco for your help once more. I done a quick search but couldnt find conclusively that the Sony system has bluetooth as standard regardless of which Ford it is fitted to. The following instructions and Zip file used to be freely available from Ford at the address as described in the audio system user guide. There's also , one of the busier forums on Boards. Without the correct Audio Patch Cable there will be no sound communication from the module to the radio.
Of all the models listed in the manual, I can not find anywhere where it says for instance that the 6000cd definitely has bluetooth. I now found out from ford that the Bracket part is not available from ford and is not available anymore on I will try and look around, but have any tips on where to find this eventually? This can also be used for Sat Nav directions through the speakers when using Google Maps on an Android device. Now just to see if it has other phones etc in memory and clear them, after finding how to do this that is. I've recently bought a focus titanium mk2 which had a crappy after market head unit installed, but had originally had the ford sat nav system which died. Sorry i dont mean to butt in, but that is quite an important point and you really should have mentioned it in your opening post. I have already tried to disconnect the radio fuse and looked over the glove box compartment after removing it but not sure what I'm looking for. The bracket to mount the module onto the dashboard support frame is not that important.