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Old 11-14-2007, 11:21 AM
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SES Jumper Plug

Hello guys:

I have a problem with my BT module.
I had the old system with the Siemens telephone BIT II with a voice resonation SES in perfect german. I installed a few weeks ago, the module ULF Bluetooth with SES and when I want active the voice recognition system, the girl speak to me in german not in spanish. In the display appear the messages in german, but I made the translation to spanish language trough the MKIII with the Resler and I-BUS.
If I plug off the SES old module, then the messages appear in spanish but I canít hear anything and the people doesnít hear me too.
I read a lot of the SES Jumper Plug, with this reference: 84.11.0 018.038, but here in Spain, any dealer knows it.
Does anybody the wiring of this connector or the right reference, if here in Europe has another one..??
I will be very grateful if you can help me.

Many thanks in advance:

Xavi
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