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10-17-2010 01:23 AM
Napoleon12
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Originally Posted by bruce001 View Post
That not hat. Can't give you a break or a brake.
?????????? look at the other posts ???????????
09-25-2010 12:12 PM
bruce001 That not hat. Can't give you a break or a brake.
09-10-2010 11:08 AM
Wdhitch You can find open end adapters at Smart Madness... I have not seen anything with both ends yet... they've all had to be spliced...
09-10-2010 10:53 AM
old5town looking for adapter cable for the avic-f900 interface cables to smart car
01-09-2009 10:10 PM
Napoleon12
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Originally Posted by SmartieDC View Post
Can you point me at a reference that describes or shows where the parking brake wire is? I find one diagram but it requires pulling up all of the carpet. Is there someone who knows a convenient place to clip on to the parking brake wire that originates in the dash?
i posted pics in a thread below. grab it at the ebreak or in the main harness running in the center of the car. there are a TON of brown wires in that harness. it takes awhile to find the break wire. there will be a wire running up to the dash cluster. try to find it there and grab that. i always tag it at the ebrake. its easy after you done 100 smarts or so
01-06-2009 09:22 PM
openendstraight
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Originally Posted by SmartieDC View Post
Can you point me at a reference that describes or shows where the parking brake wire is? I find one diagram but it requires pulling up all of the carpet. Is there someone who knows a convenient place to clip on to the parking brake wire that originates in the dash?

avic411.com you'll find everything you need.
12-28-2008 12:53 PM
smark
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Originally Posted by SEEBURG200 View Post
I had the dealer install a AVIC-F900BT. It came with Bluetooth for my I-Phone, Backup Camera for backing out at the store, Sirius Radio for those long trips, GPS since I don't like asking for Directions and a DVD player when you want to go to your car at lunch and watch a movie. I love it. I think it really adds to the smart experience. With the adapter it fits well into the dash. It's one of the first things people see when they look at the dash, and I really think it makes a good impression on people. I would recommend it for everyone. You just have to remember to put the parking break on to set the destination. It took me two hours of trying to add my home address and then I gave up and read the instructions. RTFM, Read The Freakin Manual. One problem, the radio doesn't work with the I-phone plugged in to the USB slot even though they say it will. I read where the I-phone wont work when you upgrade to I-phone 2.0. I hope Pioneer will come out with a patch. The Manual doesn't say it works with the I-phone, but pioneer's web page does.
The Old iphone
12-28-2008 12:17 PM
SmartieDC Can you point me at a reference that describes or shows where the parking brake wire is? I find one diagram but it requires pulling up all of the carpet. Is there someone who knows a convenient place to clip on to the parking brake wire that originates in the dash?
11-19-2008 02:18 AM
Napoleon12
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Originally Posted by Audio Fonix View Post
Y dont u have a stereo shop bypass it for u so that u dont have to pull over to put a destionation in. it will also enable u to watch movie and motion and direct dialing with the touch screen. one thing is it no legal but who cares its convenient so if you find a shop that does bypass do it if not go on avic-411.com and they will show to bypass it ur self
so do want to pay for the tix that people get for bypassed video. i bet not. if people want to do it they will. the small mom and pop shops don't care. so when someone watching a vid plow's into one of Ur family members and they don't survive. will u still post that. the features are there from the manufactures for a reason. YOUR SAFETY. bypass it if you want. when something happens i told you so.
11-12-2008 05:08 PM
Gortok I have a 700BT in my tC, which will eventually find it's way into a smart.

I just recently did the 2.0 update and was surprised to find that the claims are true...but not by much. I had already changed my eventsounds to something shorter so it reacted to screen presses faster than OE already. The update did help boot time, tho'....
AVI movies on SD card (mine is class6, but not officially supported) are damn near perfect.
System reset clears contact list, so you have to re-transfer your phonebook.

Bottom line: RECOMMENDED! Just make sure you print out directions.
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