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Introduction This installation guide has been prepared to provide the basic informa- tion required to install the 6090 DIN/ISO Installation Kit (see ISO 7736 Road Vehicles Car Radio Front Installation). The information contained in this guide may differ from your actual work, as different types and mod- els of vehicles will require different installation techniques.
Unpacking Carefully unpack the equipment and make sure that the following items are present: 1. Transceiver unit (not part of this kit) Remove the plastic cover of the Transceiver Kit! 2. DIN/ISO console 3. DIN/ISO bracket 4. DIN/ISO slot front cover Transceiver NME-3 DIN/ISO bracket DIN/ISO console...
Component Parts Transceiver NME-3 The transceiver unit is supplied separately and includes all those acces- sories needed to complete the installation. See the installation instruc- tions in the 6090 User‘s Guide for details of transceiver and cable installation. Note: The plastic cover of the transceiver must be removed before it is installed in the DIN/ISO slot.
Installation Installing the 6090 DIN/ISO Installation Kit 1. Remove the plastic cover from the transceiver unit. 2. Remove the cover from the ISO slot in the dashboard. 3. Route the connecting cables behind the dashboard (see the installa- tion instructions in the 6090 User‘s Guide for further details).
5. Slide the bracket into the console until it clicks into place. 6. Attach the connecting cables to the transceiver unit through the open slot. Slide the transceiver module into the bracket until it clicks into place.
7. Place the front panel onto the bracket. Push firmly until the four lock- ing studs click into place. 8. Insert the SIM card and optional data cable.
Removing the transceiver The transceiver can be removed by first removing the front panel from the bracket. The transceiver can then be released from the bracket by in- serting a thin tool (e.g. credit card) between the transceiver base and the bracket to release the locking tab (see diagrams 5 and 6).