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Hi. I’m hoping someone could help with some questions about my ‘07 Plate S-Type.

Basically, I’m trying to figure out their is bluetooth enabled on this device for hands free phone calls. There is a button on the stereo and when I press it, the message presented is “No Phone”

my last 6 of the VIN Are N70472 and I’ve attached an image of the stereo. 
 

any instructions on how to connect are received with thanks. 

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hi

bluetooth is simple, with ignition on, if you search for bluetooth devices, if Jaguar comes up, it has it, if not, it don't

that simple really

at a guess as it has basic climate, it won't have bluetooth ans it was'nt cheap

cheers

Joe

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Bluetooth is not the most difficult retrofit; I have done it to my 2005.

You will need:
1 Microphone (drivers side of roof console, plugs in under roof console)

2 Phone module (behind nearside boot lining)

3 Additional D2B (optical) harness (if you do not already have a D2B device in the boot you may not need this)

4 Voice bypass jumper

5 BTUM (actual bluetooth unit; under centre console; your year should have the correct wiring; mine didn't)

6 You will likely need to 'code' your car to get everything working (especially if you do not already have a D2B device in your boot)

You can fit an X-Type combined PSE and BTUM (7w93-10d893-ab) in place of items 2 & 5 above; this will need a bluetooth antenna (this is what I fitted).

With the exception of making a hole in your headlining beside the roof console, and the 'coding', it's all plug and play.

Cheers,

Aidan

PS: my car details on this forum are out of date; I have both a 2000 and a 2005 S-Type

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hi

if your retro fitting, your better off going for the later type phone/bluetooth module that a combined unit phone and bluetooth

far easier than fitting the two seperate items, just the one in the boot, but you still need the mic and a aditional bluetooth antenna, but there under a fiver on ebay

personally better off going with a Parrot mk9200, easier to fit, full hands free, play mp3's from sd card and also stream music from your phone, much better

cheers

Joe

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Buy a new sat nav such as a garmin drivesmart on ebay or Amazon and then you will have all you need.

 

Can buy from Halfords also and they will fit it for you. Probably come with DAB also.

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