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Is 2007 Aurion "Bluetooth Ready"?

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Hi there,

I have just purchased my Dad's 12/2007 Toyota Aurion. Unfortunately it doesn't have an Aux Input to play my iPod.

I have spoken to a Wrecker who has a 2010 Camry Stereo unit which has a headphone jack, USB port and Bluetooth for $250. Apparently it is quite easy to switch them over, but someone mentioned to me that the 2007 Aurion may not be wired for Bluetooth and so the current wiring wouldn't support the 2010 stereo out of the Camry. Is anyone able to help with this?

Aside from this I gather my options are to get an entirely new unit installed by an Car Audio Specialist, or to put in Bluetooth/Aux/MP3 GROM from Cushie Audio.

I'm after a simple and cheap solution!


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You can purchase a plug in cable to the existing head unit for AUX. Just search for them on ebay.

Regarding installing a 2010 headunit into a 2007, it'll be fine. I think I am running a 2009 Yaris Headunit in my 07 Aurion. Bluetooth works well, just remember to PARK THE CAR AND NOT BE TRAVELLING to sync up your phones.

For a while I thought it wasnt working because I would sync it while driving :whistling:

Something along the lines of the yaris not having speed sensors etc with the steering wheel controls.

Oh and check out the sticky's, you will find guides on how to dismantle the head unit.

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G'day Kinezo,

I have looked on eBay and cannot find this AUX lead you are talking about.

Could you please put up a link or head me in the right direction?

Also, how hard is it pull out the existing head unit and plug in the cable?

Cheers. . . . Glen

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Thanks Kinezo,

Is it hard to pull out the unit?

Also, where does the cable come from out the unit? Is it jammed in between the unit and the console housing?

Cheers . . .

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You could run it out the glove box, or through the centre console (where the shifter is).

You could even drill a hole somewhere and put a 3.5mm female jack in to make it neat.

It's pretty easy to pull it all apart. You might find a guide somewhere on this forum if you search.

Something along the lines of:

1) Pull top center air con vent forward (whole assembly + clock comes out forwards)
2) Lift up centre console cover where the glove box lid shuts. You will see the line of where it joins. It's all pin loaded joints.

3) 4 bolts (2 top 2 bottom) of head unit and lift forward.

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