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    Looking for RNS-E bluetooth wiring diagram / info

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    Stock RNS-E & Stock bluetooth that comes with the B7 RS4 - I'm looking for what pins on the radio go to the bluetooth module... Anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by voidopolis View Post
    Stock RNS-E & Stock bluetooth that comes with the B7 RS4 - I'm looking for what pins on the radio go to the bluetooth module... Anyone?
    What are you trying to do? The only pins that go to the radio are the 2 or 3 audio pins that provide the caller's audio and the mute wire.
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    I am also looking for a pinout on the quadlock side. I know the pinout is on the RNSE, but bluetooth connections are not exactly spelled out...just not sure what to look for. I have a drain on my radio circuit and my bluetooth isn't working so I am suspect of a bad BT module, but want to disconnect it to confirm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mattardo View Post
    I am also looking for a pinout on the quadlock side. I know the pinout is on the RNSE, but bluetooth connections are not exactly spelled out...just not sure what to look for. I have a drain on my radio circuit and my bluetooth isn't working so I am suspect of a bad BT module, but want to disconnect it to confirm.


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    Power does not go to the radio. You must disconnect at the module or pull the fuse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattardo View Post
    I am also looking for a pinout on the quadlock side. I know the pinout is on the RNSE, but bluetooth connections are not exactly spelled out...just not sure what to look for. I have a drain on my radio circuit and my bluetooth isn't working so I am suspect of a bad BT module, but want to disconnect it to confirm.


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    EXACTLY my problem. pulling the fuse disconnects the radio and BT I believe, because if I pull the fuse, I don't have a problem. I've already tried replacing the RNS-e itself with no improvement. I've disconnected the CD changer with no improvement. the last few things it might be is the BT module (Sirius module works fine still) or the harness..

    BT module is located under the passenger seat from what I understand. I guess my next step is to pull the power from the module...
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    The only 3 wires that go to the radio are tel+, tel- and mute. They also communicate via canbus. If it's causing a drain I would guess it's a bad module. It could possibly be an incorrect coding but I doubt it.
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    I still need to pull the module...has anyone done this yet? I've tried getting at it with minor trim removal, but looks like it's going to be a lot more involved in order to pull carpeting enough to get at the module.


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