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C Andrew Green posted a topic in Lexus Audio/Video/Electronics/SecurityHi, Has anyone had any experience with an olde worlde (2007 era!) Lexus dealer fitted bluetooth handsfree kit? I'm a recent Lexus convert, '57 IS250 petrol automatic, came with a dealer fitted Lexus branded bluetooth handsfree. It appears to work correctly (throught the radio speakers) and recognise spoken commands, but I'm d*mn#d if I can get it to pair with my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (or my other halfs Galaxy S4). The process goes OK until the bit where you enter the pin it tells you (1234, same as the book says), and the pin is never recognised. Is the bluetooth protocol just too ancient for modern phones? Or am I missing something blatantly obvious. Regards, Andrew
Jannie posted a topic in LS 400 / Lexus LS 430 / Lexus LS 460 / Lexus 600h ClubSorry taking so long to post this but here we go. Last week i finally installed my Parrot mki 9200 into my mk4 LS400. Once you have the kit you will need either one of two wire connector looms to make this work, one is the standerd Toyota Iso lead, part no pc2-17-4,(use this iso connector for non parrot products) or the one i have used plugs straight into the Parrot mki9200 kit part no inka-048-7640. (for this loom you wil have to cut two wires before installation) Move the drivers seat forward on your LS400 (from 1992 to 2000) and make shore you have a pioneer amp fitted under the seat if you have good, that means you do not have a premuim sound system. To the left side of the amp is the two white connectors you want disconnect these, you will see that the loom you just bought will plug straight onto the amp and wire loom of the car. Carry on with the installatiion of the kit as per manufacturers instructions. For both of these iso looms you wil need to wire in the ignition feed as there is only one power feed from the amp to the red wire, on the inka-048-7640 the is a blue wire fused, cut this wire after the fuse and wire up to ignition feed from the back of the stereo. on the pc2-17-4 this is the orange wire. To mute the rest of the audio system you have to feed in the yellow wire to the mute (wire Blue) behind the stereo system or if you have satnav fitted it is also the light blue wire behind the lower part of the satnav system. In most cases i had to extend the loom cos the amp is under the seat and not near the stereo itself. AUX IN If this is al you want then the best way is to get an fm modulator. This unit simply plugs into your ariel and power supply, tune in the correct radio frequency and of you go. This will give you a general idea of what to do and need. Any further help just ask !!!!!