Installation position of components

Transmitter/receiver unit

The transmitter/receiver unit is installed on the left occasional seat and can be covered with the occasional seat backrest.

1. Mounting points for holder

Note

An additional holder is required for installation of the cellular transmitter/receiver unit. The second holder is secured on the first holder with 2 screws M 6 x 18 (shown by dashed line).

2. Holder installation

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The holder is secured with 3 hexagon screws M 6x12,

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2. The antenna duplexer is screwed in position with 3 oval head screws M 4 x 6.

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3. The transmitter/receiver unit is secured with 4 hexagon screws M 6 x 18.

Antenna duplexer (only for M 612)

The antenna duplexer is secured on the right side of the transmitter/receiver unit by means of a holder.

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2. Holder installation

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The holder is secured with 3 hexagon screws M 6x12,

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1. The holder is screwed in position using 5 oval head screws

2. The antenna duplexer is screwed in position with 3 oval head screws M 4 x 6.

Control unit installation position

The control unit is installed in the center console instead of the storage compartment behind the hand brake lever.

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Antenna installation on coupé

The telephone antenna is secured on the roof.

The antenna cable is routed from the antenna to the B-column on the left, through the C-column (parallel to the water drain tube on vehicles with sliding roof) to the parcel shelf, over the rear wall to the occasional seat recess. The antenna cable is routed under the insulating mat in the area of the parcel shelf and rear wall.

Antenna installation on Cabriolet and Targa models

The telephone antenna is secured on the left fender.

The antenna cable is routed from the antenna through the side section - marked by a prick punch point, approx. 120 mm below the bore for the side indicator lamp, 0 16 mm - along the passenger compartment wiring harness to the tunnel and on the left top edge of the tunnel to the antenna duplexer.

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0 of the bore 21 mm

Routing the supply cables

The cables from terminals 15, 30 and 31 are routed parallel to the passenger compartment wiring harness (No. 2) from the transmitter/receiver unit to the sill on the right, to the trunk floor panel, through a separate bore - marked by a prick punch point, 0 20 mm - to the central electrics.

Terminal 31 is screwed under as well at ground point VI.

Terminal 30 is screwed under as well via a fuse at the screw point at the central electrics.

Terminal 15 is connected at connector K 13 via a fuse.

The fuses are fitted on relay position R 62 by means of fuse holders.

Fusing, terminal 15: 5 A Fusing, terminal 30: 15 A

Routing the antenna cable to the radio

The cable is routed from the antenna duplexer on the right next to the transmitter/receiver unit to the tunnel and along the top right edge of the tunnel to the radio.

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