KRAM Interface Lead
Interface Leads
Interface Leads
Instruction for
Line-In cable 68725 Opel/Vauxhall
CC20/CD30/40/50/70 CDC40/DVD90 radioes
Made in Denmark by
Kram Telecom A/S
Made in Denmark by
Kram Telecom A/S
Interface Leads
Interface Leads
Product description
Installation description
Line-In cable 68725 Opel/Vauxhall
CD30/40/50/70 CDC40/DVD90 radioes
Line-In cable 68725 Opel/Vauxhall
CD30/40/50/70 CDC40/DVD90 radioes
Interface Leads are used for car stereos with a Line-In function or VDA preparation. It enables the use of the car speakers
when answering/making calls from your cell phone. Thereby
using the radios build-in mute function.
Remove the radio, disconnect the Fakra connector from rear of the
radio. Insert the Interface Lead between the radio and the removed Fakra connector. Insert the Tel-mute plug into the Tel-mute
slot beside the CD-Changer slot in the connector that is fitted into
the radio.
Speaker-function: This is achieved by connecting the carkit directly to the cars Line-In input/VDA connector. By using the
radios built-in relays the telephone conversation is send
through the car speakers while the radio is muted. This way
you will achieve a perfect hands free sound without interference from the car radio.
CD Changer
Front view of connector
For a complete cable-set two item no. is required. The first is
a car-specific Interface Lead. The second is a carkit-specific Interface adaptor cable .
Power supply of the carkit: All Interface Leads are delivered
with a power connector for the carkit, that way you avoid cutting the cars wiring loom.
Please check the radio instruction manual for special issues
regarding the connection and set-up of the radio, when connecting a carkit.
See our complete Interface program on
When the Interface lead is installed correctly it will redirect your
call through the car front speaker.
Remember to use a carkit Interface adaptor to connect
The carkit to the Line-In cable.
Note 1: These car models do not have an ignition wire in the Fakra
connector on the cars wiring loom. Therefore the blue ignition wire
is connected to red constant wire with a bullit connector. For some
carkits it is necessary to connect the ignition wire to the real ignition found else where in the car.
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