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Old 03-20-2005, 10:04 PM
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SES Jumper Plug Pin Out

Can anyone tell me the wire ids/pin out for the SES jumper plug. I'm trying to identify the speaker and microphone wires.
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Old 03-21-2005, 01:04 AM
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The SES plug usually leads to the voice recognition module. Vehicles that have bluetooth for example already have a built in voice module which requires 'jumpering' the SES plug. There shouls be another lead (three wires) which go to the mic in the headliner. Need some more details of what you're trying to do to help you better!
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Old 03-21-2005, 08:26 AM
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Audio Out

I am using an aftermarket bluetooth kit and I can't get the audio to play through the radio speakers. It was suggested that I just hook up an external speaker at the SES Jumper, but I don't know which wires are for the audio portion and which ones are for the mic.

If this works, I'll have a bluetooth cell phone kit for about $200.

I've got it where it goes into phone mode, and mutes the radio, mic works, but there is no audio out. The kit was for an E46 3 Series and it integrates into the DB25 connector in the rear of the car.

CB
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I am using an aftermarket bluetooth kit and I can't get the audio to play through the radio speakers. It was suggested that I just hook up an external speaker at the SES Jumper, but I don't know which wires are for the audio portion and which ones are for the mic.

If this works, I'll have a bluetooth cell phone kit for about $200.

I've got it where it goes into phone mode, and mutes the radio, mic works, but there is no audio out. The kit was for an E46 3 Series and it integrates into the DB25 connector in the rear of the car.

CB
Not sure about the SES jumper, but the phone audio to the radio module can be fed on pins 6 (+) and 12 (-) of the small black plug. See http://www.xoutpost.com/articles.php?...icle&artid=128 for more details.
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