Bluetooth Car Stereo

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  1. Lemming24

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    Hi, i have a question about converting a stock car stereo to have bluetooth capability.

    Details :
    Toyota Camry 2005 stereo.

    There are many guides out there about bluetooth car audio, but not what im looking for.

    Anyways.. here the question.
    How do i power a bluetooth receiver without using the most
    common method, = cigarette lighter.

    The aim is to hide a small bluetooth device in the original car stereo and let it be powered by the wire thingy which is powering the car stereo ( yes i have very little knowledge in electronics >.< )

    Erm, second question is, will messing around with the circuits be dangerous?
    I recently saw a Mercedes S class burnt inside out... supposedly by short circuit.
     
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    That's why we don't do car modifications on this site.
     
  3. bertus

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    Hello,

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