fitting a travel pilot sat nav to a 206

Discussion in 'Peugeot 206' started by Tommy Williams, Jul 13, 2004.

  1. I have just bought Blaupunkt travel pilot sat nav head unit, Tried fitting
    straight into my 03 206 with some strange results,the fuel and stop warning
    lights on the dash started flashing,Any ideas why this happens both use
    standard iso connections as far as i know, but the 206 is multiplexed could
    this make any difference,

    would appreciate any help

    Tommy Williams, Jul 13, 2004
  2. Tommy Williams

    R1 Guest


    I think you need a specific adaptator to connect your standard radio head
    unit to multiplexed vehicles harness. You can't plug it directly without
    generating troubles on Intrument Cluster mainly.

    R1, Jul 14, 2004
  3. Tommy Williams

    G.T Guest

    Yes, it could. Perhaps you need to deactivate radio control feature on the
    BSI (which means another trip at your dealer). As the car is under warranty
    (24 months std, perhaps more on some export destinations), it should be free
    of charge.
    You also may well lose your remote control & radio display on MFD with a non
    original radio.
    G.T, Jul 14, 2004
  4. Hi
    Thanks for the info,I have phoned the dealer i bought the car hoping
    they might know but all they said was to try it in the car,"it may work or
    it may not work"but they fit Blaupunkt sat nav as standard so it shouldn`t
    be that much of a job if i took it to them to fit.(which may be the safer
    Tommy Williams, Jul 14, 2004
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