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    Saab 9-3 Audio, Navigation and Telematics (2003-2006)

    This information from the WIS is for model year 2003-2006. Find the 2007-2012 information here: Saab 9-3 Audio, Navigation and Telematics (2007-2012)

    More information: Bus and diagnostics communication - Saab 9-3 (2003-2006)

    Brief description, without Navigation

    Overview, 4D

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    • Entertainment head unit, EHU (353)
    • Audio System Amplifier, front speakers, AMP1 (354F)
    • Audio System Amplifier, rear speakers, AMP2 (354R)
    • Control panel, infotainment, ICM (736)
    SID (541)
    • Speakers, dashboard, left/right (266 FL/FR)
    • Speakers, rear, left/right (266 RL/RR)
    • Speaker, dashboard, centre (266 FC)
    • Speakers, front door, left/right (266 LH/RH)
    • Speakers, woofer, rear, left/right (266 RLW/RRW)
    • Antenna (625)
    • Antenna amplifier, radio (624)
    • Antenna filter (644)
    • Steering wheel controls (633)
    • Column Integration Module, CIM (703)
    • Connection, AUX (771)

    Overview, 5D

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    • Entertainment head unit, EHU (353)
    • Audio System Amplifier, front speakers, AMP1 (354F)
    • Audio System Amplifier, rear speakers, AMP2 (354R)
    • Control panel, infotainment, ICM (736)
    SID (541)
    • Speakers, dashboard, left/right (266 FL/FR)
    • Speakers, rear, left/right (266 RL/RR)
    • Speaker, dashboard, centre (266 FC)
    • Speakers, front door, left/right (266 LH/RH)
    • Speakers, woofer, rear (266 RCW)
    • Antenna (625 RL/RR)
    • Antenna amplifier, radio (624 RL/RR)
    • Steering wheel controls (633)
    • Column Integration Module, CIM (703)
    • Connection, AUX (771)

    Overview, CV

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    • Entertainment head unit, EHU (353)
    • Audio System Amplifier, front speakers, AMP1 (354F)
    • Audio System Amplifier, rear speakers, AMP2 (354R)
    • Control panel, infotainment, ICM (736)
    SID (541)
    • Speakers, dashboard, left/right (266 FL/FR)
    • Speakers, rear, left/right (266 RL/RR)
    • Speaker, dashboard, centre (266 FC)
    • Speakers, front door, left/right (266 LH/RH)
    • Speakers, woofer, rear, left/right (266 RLW/RRW)
    • Radio antenna (364)
    • Bypass unit, antenna amplifier (624a)
    • Antenna amplifier, radio (624b), (integrated in antenna base)
    • Steering wheel controls (633)
    • Column Integration Module, CIM (703)
    • Connection, AUX (771)

    Description

    The Saab Infotainment system has three different control modules depending on the equipment selected for the car. Various audio, navigation and telephone systems can be connected to these control modules.

    The Audio system has a keypad for the Premium 70 or Premium 150 sound systems. There is no display and only buttons and knobs for the radio and CD.

    The Infotainment system with a small display also has a keypad for an integrated phone, in addition to the buttons for the Premium 150 or Prestige 300 sound systems.

    The Infotainment System Plus has a large display and keypad for the Prestige 300 sound system and telephone or telematics system. The large display is used for navigation.

    All infotainment systems use the SID unit for displaying certain information.

    A car equipped with the Premium 70 sound system has 4 speakers, two in the instrument panel and two in the back of the car (4D: in the parcel shelf, 5D: in the luggage compartment, CV: in rear side trim). The main radio unit is the amplifier used for these speakers. To attain Premium 150 level, another amplifier has been added to drive the two speakers in the front doors and a centre speaker in the instrument panel. The Prestige 300 sound system has a total of 13 speakers in the car and a further amplifier for the bass speakers.

    The entertainment unit is a radio receiver, the receiver for the CD player, a sound generator for warning tones, the player for both radio and CD and the transmitter for telephone sound. The infotainment system control panel is thus the control panel for the sound system. Information about the selected radio station or the chosen CD and track is in the first instance read from the SID display and thereafter from the control panel display. If the car is equipped with Saab Infotainment or Saab Infotainment Plus, a portable unit such as an MP3 player can be connected to the audio system's AUX connection which is located in the centre console.

    An optional single-disc CD player or 6-disc CD changer can be fitted under the ICM in the dashboard. All modules in the infotainment system are provided with anti-theft protection since they are "married" to the car. The entertainment head unit, amplifier, CD player and ICM use the O-bus for communicating with each other.

    4D: The heating element on the rear window acts as an FM receiver while AM reception is provided by two separate wires in the rear window. For improved FM reception, the car can also be fitted with a diversity antenna integrated in the AM antenna. An antenna amplifier amplifies and sends the antenna signal to the EHU.

    5D: The antennas for radio reception are integrated in the rear side windows. The AM/FM antenna is located in the rear right side window and the FM antenna in the rear left side window. To amplify the antenna signal, one or two antenna amplifiers are fitted to transmit the amplified antenna signal to the main radio unit. The antenna amplifiers are located under the respective rear side window and are available in three versions, one for antenna system 1 and two for antenna system 2.

    CV: The radio antenna (FM/AM) is located on the right-hand side of the soft top cover. An antenna amplifier (624b) in the antenna base transmits antenna signals to the EHU via the bypass unit (624a) located at the right-hand A-pillar.

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    Detailed description

    The main entertainment unit is fitted in the centre of the dashboard behind the infotainment control module. The entertainment unit receives audio and antenna signals from other units in the system. These signals are processed and relayed via the unit outputs to the loudspeakers of the Prestige 70 sound system and via the O-bus to the amplifiers of the Premium 150 and Prestige 300 sound systems.

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    The EHU has an FM/AM receiver with PLL dual-synthesizer tuner for precise tuning, preset to the market frequency band. The radio receiver has a memory allowing the retention of selected stations in the event the battery runs flat or is disconnected. As soon as the radio is switched on using the SID controls, a message is sent on the O-bus to wake up the other units.

    Infotainment control module

    The control panel on the infotainment control module is used to select the functions of the infotainment system. There are three control modules: 1, 2 and 3. The type of control module depends on the equipment selected by the customer, for example:

    ICM 1: most basic sound system and provisions for mobile phone.

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    1. Audio system ON/OFF.
    2. Selection of audio system source.
    3. Volume
    4. Treble
    5. Bass
    6. Fader
    7. Balance
    8. Navigation in lists/menus under "Settings" in SID.
    9. Activation of "Settings" in SID.


    ICM 2: higher level sound system and integrated phone.

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    1. Audio system ON/OFF.
    2. Selection of audio system source.
    3. Volume
    4. Treble
    5. Bass
    6. Fader
    7. Balance
    8. Operating the menu display.

    ICM 3: highest level sound system, integrated phone and navigation system.

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    1. Audio system ON/OFF.
    2. Selection of audio system source.
    3. Volume
    4. Operating the menu display.

    Data is transferred from the ICM to the EHU on the O-bus.

    Important
    In the service manual the normal handling of the audio system is not dealt with. Detailed information regarding
    handling can be found in the owner's manual.

    Steering wheel controls

    Some models have steering wheel controls for selecting preset stations, tuning, volume control and source selection (radio or CD). The CIM converts the press of a button to a bus message that is received by the EHU, which carries out the instruction.

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    Display

    The entertainment unit uses the SID module and the control panel display for displaying the selected radio station or other player information such as the selected CD.

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    Amplifiers and speakers, 4D

    The main entertainment unit has an integrated amplifier that drives the speakers of the Premium 70 sound system. The Premium 70 sound system has two speakers in the outer edges of the dashboard and two in the outer edges of the parcel helf.

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    The Premium 150 sound system has two additional speakers in the front doors and a centre speaker in the dashboard. There is also an additional amplifier mounted under the left-hand seat.

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    With the Prestige 300 sound system there are 4 additional speakers located in the parcel shelf, two tweeters and two bass, and two more tweeters on the dashboard. In order to drive the two bass speakers an amplifier is fitted in the boot on the left hand side.

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    All speaker cables are twisted pairs. This makes them less sensitive to the induction of disturbances from other cables.

    Amplifiers and speakers, 5D

    The main entertainment unit has an integrated amplifier that drives the speakers of the Premium 70 sound system. The Premium 70 sound system has 2 speakers in the outer edges of the dashboard and 2 in the outer edges of the luggage compartment.

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    The Premium 150 sound system has two additional speakers in the front doors and a centre speaker in the dashboard. There is also an additional amplifier mounted under the left-hand seat.

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    For the Prestige 300 sound system, there are an additional two tweeters in the luggage compartment and one bass speaker under the luggage compartment floor. There are another two tweeters in the instrument panel. There is an amplifier mounted on the right-hand side of the luggage compartment to drive the bass speaker.

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    All speaker cables are twisted pairs. This makes them less sensitive to the induction of disturbances from other cables.

    Amplifiers and speakers, CV

    An amplifier for the speakers in the Premium 70 audio system is integrated in the EHU. The Premium 70 audio system includes 2 speakers in the outer edges of the dashboard and speakers in the right-hand and left-hand rear side trim.

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    The Premium 150 audio system includes speakers in the doors and a centre dashboard speaker. An amplifier for these speakers is fitted under the left-hand section of the rear seat.

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    The Prestige 300 audio system includes 2 tweeters in the rear side trim and 2 woofers behind the rear seat backrest. Two additional tweeters are located in the dashboard. An amplifier for the woofers is fitted on the left-hand side of the luggage compartment.

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    All speaker cables are twisted pairs. This makes them less sensitive to the induction of disturbances from other cables.

    Antenna, 4D

    The system has two antenna systems.

    Antenna system 1 consists of one antenna for FM reception and one for AM reception. The FM antenna uses the rear window heating element while the AM antenna is a separate circuit at the top or the rear window. Both antennae are connected to an antenna amplifier located on the right-hand C-pillar. There is an antenna filter mounted on the ground side of the rear window heating element that removes interference when the rear window heating is on.

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    Antenna system 2 includes a diversity function and additional antenna for FM reception. This FM antenna is integrated in the AM antenna. The antenna amplifier has an additional connection for FM reception. The amplifier uses the strongest FM signal and relays this to the EHU.

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    Antenna, 5D

    There are two different types of antenna system for the audio system:

    • Antenna system 1 with an AM/FM antenna and an antenna amplifier.
    • Antenna system 2 with an AM/FM antenna, FM antenna and an antenna amplifier for each antenna.

    The antenna for radio reception are integrated in the rear side windows and are located as follows:

    • The AM/FM antenna is located in the rear right side window.
    • The FM antenna is located in the rear left side window.

    The antenna amplifiers are located below the respective rear side windows and are available in three versions, one for antenna system 1 and two for antenna system 2.

    The antenna signal is amplified in the antenna amplifier and fed via a coaxial cable to the main unit (radio). The amplifier is supplied with a trigger voltage from pin 13 (K8B) on the main unit and is grounded through the bolt screwing it to the body.

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    Antenna system 1

    Antenna system 1 comprises:

    • AM/FM antenna integrated in rear right side window.
    • AM/FM antenna amplifier, on right-hand side
    • coaxial cable between the antenna amplifier and the main unit (radio)

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    Antenna system 2 comprises:

    • AM/FM antenna integrated in rear right side window.
    • AM/FM antenna amplifier, on right-hand side
    • FM antenna integrated in rear left side window
    • FM antenna amplifier, on left-hand side
    • coaxial cable between FM amplifier on the left-hand side and AM/FM amplifier on the right-hand side.
    • coaxial cable between AM/FM amplifier and the main unit (radio)

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    Antenna system 2 has a diversity function which allows the radio receive to use the antenna that produces the best signal. The diversity function is available as an option.

    Antenna, CV

    The radio antenna (FM/AM) is located on the right-hand side of the soft top cover. An antenna amplifier (624b) in the antenna base transmits antenna signals to the EHU via the converting connector (624a) located at the right-hand A-pillar.

    Sound generator

    The EHU also acts as a sound generator for various warning and information signals, even when the audio system is switched off. The EHU generates a tick-tock for the direction indicators, a chime to notify of messages on the SID or MIU, alarm for the trip computer, sound for the parking assist system and sounds for the key and seatbelt reminder and light and speed warnings.

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    Option

    A cabin CD player or CD changer can also be fitted with any of the infotainment systems. The audio system has provisions for a phone. The Infotainment system and Infotainment System Plus are available with an integrated phone.

    Connection, AUX

    If the car is equipped with Saab Infotainment (ES2) or Saab Infotainment Plus (ES3), a portable unit such as an MP3 player can be connected to the audio system. The AUX connection is located in the centre console beside the 12V socket. Volume can be adjusted from the control panel or steering wheel controls. The portable player controls can be used to change track, fast forward, etc.

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    Brief description, Navigation

    Overview

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    Electrical centre, dashboard (22)
    Speaker (266 FR, FL)
    Entertainment Head Unit, EHU (353)
    Antenna, GPS/GSM (467)
    Navigation unit, CU/PU (468/635)
    SID (541c)
    Steering wheel controls (633)
    Rear Electrical Centre, REC (701)
    DVD unit (729)
    Control panel, Infotainment system 3, ICM3 (736c)

    GPS (Global Positioning System), which is used by the navigation system, comprises a number of satellites that orbit the earth at an altitude of 20,200 km. Due to their comparative locations, at least four satellites are always accessible for the user on the ground. The various car systems are equipped with direction and speed sensors that are used together with GPS to calculate the car's position and navigation. Together, these make it easy for the customer to find a specific address.

    In order for the system to function properly, the DVD must be inserted into the DVD player, the infotainment system must be switched on and NAV must be selected on the monitor with the control button on ICM3.

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    The desired destination is entered into the system using the ICM3 keypad, which also has a display screen.

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    The location of the destination is determined from the DVD map. The navigation unit (CU/PU) accurately calculates the car's position with help from available satellite data and the stored map information.

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    The navigation unit calculates distance, direction of travel and changes in direction.

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    Recommended route options are accompanied by visual and audible signals.

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    When driving, the route travelled is calculated with help from the ABS sensors and course changes are calculated with a gyroscope in the DVD player.

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    The system checks that the route it has selected is followed.

    If the driver continues to deviate from the route, a new route recommendation will be calculated by the system.

    The system confirms arrival at the destination with a voice message.

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    Detailed description

    Infotainment system control panel 3, which is equipped with a 6" colour screen, is used both as a control panel and as the main window for creating and specifying routes, handling of stored routes, map display as well as for guidance and traffic information with text.

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    The main audio unit transmits sound in the form of a voice that informs the driver when approaching an intersection or when the destination is reached.

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    The steering wheel controls are used to raise or lower the volume for the navigation system voice.

    The SID module is used to display direction and distance to the next exchange.

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    The navigation unit contains a GPS receiver that receives satellite signals and uses them to calculate the car's position.

    The DVD unit is used for the digital maps that are available; one disc for the EU and one for the US. The DVD unit also contains a gyroscope that keeps track of the car's course.

    All units in the navigation system are protected against theft by virtue of their "marriage" with the car.

    The navigation unit, radio, DVD unit and control panel use the O-bus to communicate with each other. The car's speed comes in the form of a bus message to the system from the Ibus.

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    Brief description, Communication

    Overview

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    • Electrical centre, dashboard (22)
    • Main unit, radio (353)
    • Communication unit (468)
    • OnStar control panel (469)
    SID (541c)
    • Antenna, mobile phone (627)
    • Steering wheel controls (633)
    • Microphone (634)
    • Rear electrical centre (701)
    • Column integration module (703)
    • Infotainment control panel 2-3 (736b, c)

    Description

    The telephone system in the car is available in three categories: Tel 1, Tel 2 and OnStar.

    Tel 1 means that the car is equipped with infotainment system 1 and the telephone has an external mobile telephone provision that can be connected to the system via a connector in the dashboard. Tel 1 means that the external telephone keypad must be used when dialling. The microphone is used for speaking ( 4D: in the headlining, CV: in the left-hand or righthand A-pillar) along with the normal car audio system speakers.

    Tel 2 means that the car has infotainment system 2 or 3. Tel 2 provides an integrated phone. The communication unit (4d: under the parcel shelf, CV:at the front edge of the luggage compartment) accepts a SIM card and is connected to the microphone, roof antenna and radio. Infotainment systems 2 and 3 comprise a telephone and display for showing phone functions. The steering wheel controls can be used to make and receive calls, adjust the volume, and scroll through and select numbers from the three call lists. There is a microphone in the roof panel and sound is provided via the sound system's speakers. Tel 2 also provides advanced voice activation (AVR) of the phone, a phone book and SMS text messaging.

    The OnStar option has the same telephone system as Tel 2 but with additional telecommunication functions (data communication via the mobile telephone network). OnStar provides guidance and other services, and emergency assistance in the event of an accident. OnStar can be contacted by simply pressing the OnStar button on the instrument panel. The system then connects the vehicle to OnStar and contact is made with personnel who can help with a variety of services. The system automatically calls the emergency services centre in the event of a collision in which the air bag has been triggered. The position of the vehicle can be established with the help of GPS and thus the emergency services can quickly reach the scene of the accident.

    The communication unit, radio and control panel use the O-bus to communicate with each other. The communication unit has a so-called Flash memory which means that it can be SPS programmed for additional functions at a later time.

    Detailed description

    Tel 1

    Tel 1 means that the car is equipped with Saab Audio or Saab Infotainment. The system has a provision for an external mobile telephone that can be plugged into to the car's wiring harness via a connector.

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    • The system uses a roof antenna and antenna cable that are pre-mounted.
    • 4D: The hands-free microphone is integrated in the front roof console.
    • CV: The hands-free microphone is integrated in the left-hand or right-hand A-pillar.
    • The audio system volume is lowered when the telephone is activated.
    • Sound from the telephone is transmitted through the audio system speakers.
    • Mobile telephone battery charging occurs automatically.
    • The volume during a telephone call can be adjusted with the steering wheel controls
    or with the audio system volume control knob.

    Tel 2

    Tel 2 means that the car is equipped with Saab Infotainment, which includes an integrated telephone. The telematics unit (4D: under the parcel shelf, CV: in the front edge of the luggage compartment) can accommodate an SIM card and even has connections for a microphone, roof antenna and radio. Saab Infotainment has an integrated telephone and screen for display of selected telephone functions.

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    The steering wheel keypad can be used to place calls, answer the telephone, volume adjustment or to scroll and select a number from one of three call lists. The microphone (4D: in the headlining, CV: in the left-hand or right-hand A-pillar) is used for speaking along with the normal audio system speakers. Access to voice control for telephone, telephone book and SMS function is available with Tel 2.

    In order for the system to function properly, the SIM card must be installed and the correct PIN must be entered. You should be located within a GSM coverage (EU) area, which is visible in the SID when the text TELE is displayed. NO TELE is displayed if coverage is insufficient.

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    The system uses both the SID and infotainment control panel. Telephone call functions that are handled via the steering wheel controls are displayed primarily in the SID. Call functions that are handled via the control panel can be viewed primarily in the control panel display. Additional display information can be found in the owner's manual.

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    In order to receive an incoming telephone call, press the control panel button on the steering wheel with a telephone symbol or use the menu in the control panel display. The telephone number from the incoming caller is displayed in the SID. Incoming SMS messages are shown in the control panel display.

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    In order to place a call, dial the telephone number with the control panel keypad or use the steering wheel controls. The control panel makes it possible to dial any number and write SMS text messages while the steering wheel controls are used for the telephone numbers stored in the call lists, for example previously-dialled, missed or received numbers.

    With the voice control button, which is one of the steering wheel controls, you can add voice tags in the telephone book. By using these voice tags, you can place a call to different telephone numbers just by pressing the voice control button followed by speaking the name of the person to whom you wish to place a call. When you speak the name, the system will repeat what you have said and place the call. This can be a great advantage since the driver never needs to release either hand from the steering wheel, which contributes to safer driving. Additional information about voice control can be found in the owner's manual.

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    Communication between the audio and telematics units occurs with help from the O-bus.

    The telematics unit has a so-called Flash memory, which means that it can be SPS programmed for additional functions at a later time.

    OnStar

    OnStar means that the car is equipped with a telematics unit and an OnStar button for aid and assistance, several guidance services and emergency assistance in the event of an accident. In order to contact OnStar, just press the OnStar button located under the audio control panel or under the infotainment control panel depending on the system which has been selected. In order for the system to function properly, you should be located within an AMPS coverage area (US).

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    When you have activated the system (pressed the OnStar button), an operator will answer and you may make a request and receive information or help.

    The system contains a telematics unit with a GPS unit, GPS antenna, OnStar button, microphone and antenna for mobile telephone communication. The GPS and Mobile antenna comprise a single unit that is located on the roof of the car. The system uses the entertainment head unit so that the passengers are able to hear the operator.

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    The system calls an emergency service centre in the event of an accident during which an airbag has been deployed. With help from the GPS, the car's position can be localised, which facilitates a more rapid response by rescue workers.

    The telematics unit, radio and control panel use the O-bus to communicate with each other. The telematics unit has a so-called Flash memory, which means that it can be SPS programmed for additional functions at a later time.

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    Wiring diagram audio system, main unit

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    22 Main fuse box, dashboard, on the short side of the dashboard by the left door

    266FL Left dashboard speaker, to the left in dashboard

    266FR Right dashboard speaker, to the right in dashboard

    266RL Speaker, rear, LH,
    4D: to the left in the parcel shelf
    5D: to the left in the tailgate
    CV: within the rear seat LH side trim

    266RR Speaker, rear, RH,
    4D: to the right in the parcel shelf
    5D: to the right in the tailgate
    CV: within the rear seat RH side trim

    336b Steering wheel contact unit, horn/switches integrated in steering column unit

    353 Main radio unit, in the centre console

    364 Antenna, radio, on the RH side of the soft top cover

    375 Connection, mobile phone, by the radio unit

    624 Radio antenna amplifier, by the rear window on the right C-pillar

    624a Converting connector, radio antenna, below the left A-pillar

    624b Radio antenna amplifier, in the antenna base

    624RL Radio antenna amplifier, under the left rear side window

    624RR Radio antenna amplifier, under right rear side window

    625 Antenna, radio, window, in rear window

    625RL Antenna, radio, window, in left rear side window

    625RR Antenna, radio, window, in right rear side window

    633 Steering wheel controls, on steering wheel rim

    644 Antenna ground filter, in the ground cable between the left of the rear window

    703 Column Integration Module, on the steering column below the steering wheel

    703a Column Integration Module, in the steering column unit

    771 Connection, AUX in the centre console

    8 pin connector
    H8-1 Grey connector on the parcel shelf by the left C-pillar
    H8-10 On side below right D-pillar near the side window
    H8-17 Under right A-pillar

    33-pin connector
    H33-1 Black connector on the console to the left of the ignition switch

    102-pin connector
    H102-1 Under left A-pillar

    Crimp connections
    J76
    LHD: Approx. 40 mm from branching point cigarette lighter towards grounding point G41
    RHD: Approx. 130 mm from branching point grounding point G43 towards the radio

    Grounding points
    G41 In the instrument well to the left of the knee member
    G47A in steering wheel
    G47B in steering wheel
    G49 In the left C-pillar

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    266FC Centre dashboard speaker, top centre of dashboard

    266FL Left dashboard speaker, to the left in dashboard

    266FR Right dashboard speaker, to the right in dashboard

    266LH Front left door speaker, in door

    266RH Front right door speaker, in door

    266RL Speaker, rear, LH,
    4D: to the left in the parcel shelf
    5D: to the left in the tailgate
    CV: under the LH rear side window

    266RR Speaker, rear, RH,
    4D: to the right in the parcel shelf
    5D: to the right in the tailgate
    CV: under the RH rear side window

    342 , next to battery

    353 Entertainment head unit, in the centre console

    354 Speaker amplifier, at the rear left wheel housing

    635 Audio/navigation unit, in the centre console

    8 pin connector
    H8-10 On side below right-hand D-pillar closest to side window.

    13-pin connector
    H13-1 In the end of the LH front door
    H13-2 In the end of the RH front door

    33-pin connector
    H33-4 Under right A-pillar

    102-pin connector
    H102-1 Under left A-pillar

    Crimp connections

    J82 At connector H33-4 at right A-pillar

    J90
    LHD: Approx. 80 mm from branching of grounding point
    G41 towards grounding point G43
    RHD: Approx. 240 mm from branching of switch panel
    (737a) towards grounding point G41

    J99
    4D: Approx. 225 mm from branching of left seat towards branching of seat-belt tensioner, left B-pillar
    5D: Approx. 170 mm from branching of left seat towards grounding point G33P/S
    CV: Approx. 520 mm from branching point to grounding point G33P/S towards the LH rear door

    J124
    In the branching of amplifier (354)

    Grounding points
    G14 By the seat member under the left seat

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    266RLW Speaker, woofer, rear, LH,
    4D: to the left in the parcel shelf
    5D:

    266RRW Speaker, woofer, rear , RH,
    4D: to the right in the parcel shelf
    5D:

    354R Rear speaker amplifier,
    4D/CV: behind the rear left wheel housing
    5D: in front of the rear right wheel housing

    701 Main fuse box in the luggage compartment on the wall behind the rear left wheel housing

    8-pin connectors
    H8-1 Grey connector on the parcel shelf by the left C-pillar

    10-pin connector
    H10-7 In the torsion box

    Crimp connections

    J99
    4D: Approx. 170 mm from branching point LH seat towards grounding point G33P/S
    CV: Approx. 520 mm from branching point to grounding point G33P/S towards the LH rear door

    Grounding points
    G14 By the seat member under the left seat

 

 

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