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Old 07-29-2014, 05:01 PM
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There is a service bulletin to rewire the stereo for this issue "IF" the customer wants it wired differently. The Bluetooth disconnects because the radio looses power because the radio is wired to the key switch. If you do the rewiring the radio will no longer be wired to the key. It will be hot all the time. It will no longer turn off with the key. You will have to remember to turn off the radio when done. The rewire does not work if Xstar though.
So, the BT module is powered by the head unit, or does it share the red power wire in the dash? The Fusion site indicates that the BT module has its own red and black wires.
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Old 07-29-2014, 05:38 PM
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So, the BT module is powered by the head unit, or does it share the red power wire in the dash? The Fusion site indicates that the BT module has its own red and black wires.
Yes the Bluetooth is wired to the radio for it power. MasterCraft splices into the radio power and ground. Other wise it would be hot all the time and putting a drain on the batteries
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