I bought an icelink Plus from newministuff in December and received it for Xmas from my parents.
I tried to fit this a few days ago but the factory radio plug would not fit flush into the icelink loom. I have tried a number of times to get this right but it just won't go. The plug just slips out and when listening to the stereo, the sound only comes out of one speaker - either the driver fron, driver rear, passenger front, or passenger rear.
Is there anyway of making this fit?
To complicate things I have a Nokia Bluetooth CK-47 phone kit.
I have emailed Mikey a number of times but have had no response.
To be honest I getting a little sick of not being able to use it, and am getting close to wanting a refund.
There's a middle strip in the plug which might be causing the problem, as you can wiggle the plug so that it goes flush at the top, but not at the bottom, or vice versa, but it will never go flush at both the top and bottom.
Been away just got home the drive was horrendous - Heavy rain/Honda Civic - not good
(took the baby to centreparks for his first swim )
Catching up on e mails now, as mentioned above ensure no pins have bent & that the latch is at the open position then insert (jiggle as you insert it if having trouble, push the latch as it goes in. It must sit flush - see the pics in my DIY. Otherwise I am in from 8.30am Monday on the phone
Pics will help. We will help to get you up and running. FYI, I have noticed that sometimes, the wires on the harness don't let you fully open the connector. As you start to slide it in, make sure that you have it fully open. As you start to close it, it should pull itself into place.
Another good idea is to look at each side and make sure that no debris is blocking the path. Those little blue clips can sometimes wiggle to an angle making it hard to get the connector in. Just wiggle it a bit and the pins should slide past it.
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