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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-09-2002, 02:59 PM Thread Starter
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OT-Installing Hands Free kit in 99 XJ-Motorola

I want to install a hands free kit that gets wired into the car for my motorola Vader phone. Has anyone done this? Anyone have pics on where to install or anyone done a writeup on it? Where can i get the ignition wire from to make the phone go on and off with ignition? I figure I'll run wires directly to the battery for power and ground. Any ideas or pics are appreciated. Thanks.
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Re: OT-Installing Hands Free kit in 99 XJ-Motorola

Yeah I installed a hands free kit in mine, but it is an AT&T model. Kit came with everything you need. I dunno if motorola includes a kit or what not. Umm, I ran mine to the fuse bock right behind the glove. I'm sitting down to supper right now, but I'll snap a pic when I'm done. I mounted the speaker and module behind the dash.

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Sorry I don't know what the motorola kit includes, but I'd assume it includes all wiring. Install took me about 2 hours, the hardest part was trying to find a place to mount the holder, without hitting the glove, shifter, or e-brake. the microphone is on the opposite side of the holder. all else behind the dash, hope this helps, if you have questions, lemme know

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If you're buying a Motorola kit it will come with instructions and it's really not that hard to setup. Find an empty terminal in your fusebox for your power leads and tap off of them. Use a test light to see which ones are always hot and which are hot only with the key on. Ground it to a seat bolt or a dash bolt, wherever there is a good ground. There's no need to go clear to the battery for either power or ground.

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