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    Will do, I have learnt quite a lot just by...

    Will do, I have learnt quite a lot just by browsing through the threads.
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    Thanks again, I will continue to check it out and...

    Thanks again, I will continue to check it out and see what I can find.
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    Thanks for the quick response. Am I correct in...

    Thanks for the quick response. Am I correct in thinking that in each case the earlier idents are compatible with the current ones? I see on eBay that these IPC speedos can be bought quite cheaply,...
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    Thanks for that, my car is a 2006 Design estate...

    Thanks for that, my car is a 2006 Design estate 1.6 Twinport (petrol) with manual gearbox.
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    Hi domtorredo, Just to close my input into this...

    Hi domtorredo, Just to close my input into this thread. I drove to Pecky's for a booked coding session on my CD70 Navi last week (which he did very quickly and efficiently - highly recommended!), and...
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    Right, well, that might be difficult to get to,...

    Right, well, that might be difficult to get to, not only to disconnect but to get the prongs of a multimeter to the connector! I shall now consult my Haynes Manual and see what is involved.
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    Hi domtorredo. Many thanks for the technical...

    Hi domtorredo. Many thanks for the technical detail, I will see if I can carry out the checks you describe over the weekend. I suppose the easiest check would be at the IPC connector, but where is it...
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    Hi domtorredo, Just to clarify, the white cable...

    Hi domtorredo, Just to clarify, the white cable from the kit went to the empty Pin 29/30 position in the X5 block connector - there was no green cable already there to splice into, as indicated might...
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    Just to confirm that the UHP4 module, loom and...

    Just to confirm that the UHP4 module, loom and mic have arrived and are now fitted - installation instructions roughly translated in English from German and just about understandable! No real...
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    Found the Park Pilot switch in the IPC module and...

    Found the Park Pilot switch in the IPC module and programmed it as "Present" but continues not to function as an on/off control for the parking sensors which are otherwise working fine. Could be down...
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    OK thanks, I will now move the fuse holder to...

    OK thanks, I will now move the fuse holder to FR20 and try and locate the Park Pilot switch for programming using my Op Com. Will let you know how I get on!
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    Thanks again. I am using Op Com (I also have a...

    Thanks again. I am using Op Com (I also have a rather expensive Autel Maxidiag Elite which can read but not programme) I will see if I can find the Park Pilot switch using Op Com (possibly under...
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    Hi domtorredo. Progress - nearly there! Many...

    Hi domtorredo. Progress - nearly there! Many thanks for your help. I checked my X5 block connector against your photo of it and mine is identical, with the new cable inserted at what the installation...
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    Many thanks for the advice. I do not have CDC...

    Many thanks for the advice. I do not have CDC fitted so will transfer my fuse holder from FR15 position to FR20 tomorrow and let you know if it works!
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    Hi domterredo, Could you please clarify for me,...

    Hi domterredo, Could you please clarify for me, where in the REC does the Park Pilot installation get its positive (supply) from, is it via the X5 block connector (Pin 29/30) or from the fuse FR15...
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    Thanks for the response domtorredo, I will take...

    Thanks for the response domtorredo, I will take some photos of the pin situation with the X5 block connector tomorrow and post them, with appropriate part numbers and idents.
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    Me again. As it may be a problem of supply...

    Me again. As it may be a problem of supply perhaps I should point out another possible discrepancy over the fitting instructions. With the supplied new loom was a single cable terminating in a fuse...
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    Hi, I am picking up on this thread in the hope...

    Hi, I am picking up on this thread in the hope that some clever 'Sparky' can assist me, possibly Pecky or domtorredo. I have just completed a retrofit of the Vauxhall OEM parking distance sensor kit...
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    Thanks for the good and clear advice on coding. I...

    Thanks for the good and clear advice on coding. I shall have a word with Pecky, hopefully get his assistance and let you know when it is all up and running!

    Derek
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    Bluetooth Mod

    Thanks for the welcome Andy, shame to learn you have a uhp4 module for sale as I would have bought it from you and the loom and mic from Pecky. If my eBay Germany order falls flat I shall come back...
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    Hi to all from Herefordshire

    I am the new owner of a 2006 Astra Design 1.6 Twinport Estate and am keen to upgrade it with as many 'extras' as affordable. Have so far uprated the radio to CD70 Navi (with Board and Trip Computer),...
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