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deano9621

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need to know the correct stereo control stalk for cd player pu-2294a© as just put this one in my rallye and the one already fitted will not fit as the conector clips in differentNo and will need the part no too..if possThumbs up

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Posted 6th Aug 2012 at 19:32
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I may have one. Will add pics later

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Posted 6th Aug 2012 at 20:09
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cheers buddySmile

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Posted 6th Aug 2012 at 20:37
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There are two types - the Phase 2 one with the larger black connector and the Phase 3 one with the smaller coloured ISO connector.

Loads of them on the bay of fleas for less than a tenner.

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Posted 8th Aug 2012 at 17:00
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This is what you need 6239K1 £25.54 from Pug, as others I have one too.

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Posted 8th Aug 2012 at 18:02
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£6.50 posted

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Posted 8th Aug 2012 at 19:25
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smegal wrote:
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That's the one he already has. He needs the one in Jon's photo.

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Posted 8th Aug 2012 at 19:29
mik

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Agreed, the bigger black one in smegal's pic is the earlier fit for Phase 2s. The coloured ISO one in Jon's photo is for the Phase 3, and the head unit he's got sounds like a Phase 3 standard fit head unit.

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Posted 8th Aug 2012 at 23:28
deano9621

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guys the original conector i have has the clip on the top edge of the conector....but the one i need has the clip in the middle of the side of the conector if you can understand me...and the head unit is pug cd player standard fit

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Posted 8th Aug 2012 at 23:53
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is this the one...part no 6239k1?Dunno ..just noticed john that the one you have shown has a diff conector? i have one on order from vospers in plymouth as they are the main dealer in plymouth now,so hopefully its the right oneUnsure

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Posted 9th Aug 2012 at 00:02
mik

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I've not seen that plug before. The 2 versions I'm familiar with are in Jon's and Smegal's photos.

Maybe you should compare the pics to where it plugs in on the back of the head unit?

Or give the head unit model and serial no to the dealer and ask for the remote stalk for that particular OE head unit, so if they order the wrong one it is up to them to return it and get you the right one?

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Posted 9th Aug 2012 at 23:03
deano9621

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been dealers just waiting for the part to turn up......if its the right part!!.....but they did check against the cd player

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Posted 11th Aug 2012 at 16:13
thugpuggin

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This will be interesting considering my picture is the stalk that came out of the back of a PU2294A... OP's last picture offers no space for the CD Changeger block to join the party and fill the available space. It also looks a lot bulkier too.

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Posted 11th Aug 2012 at 23:45
deano9621

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got this part today and all working fine....you were right JohnSmile it was the one you said with yellow plug..cheers

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Posted 16th Aug 2012 at 17:07
mik

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To join the current fashion for reviving old threads, I've decided to re-install the radio remote function in my Rallye. I removed it after buying an adapter/patch lead to work with the new Blaupunkt that did not work properly - it changed the station while changing the volume and now I've just got a hole in the cowling. I even tried another stalk and it made no difference.

My idea this time is to buy another patch lead, but change the stalk for a Phase 3 type, as the original in the Rallye was a Phase 2 type. By using the later model I'm hoping it will be more likely to work properly. It is only held in by 3 screws in the steering wheel cowling so should be easy to swap over.

My question is, is the one in the clicky (labelled as removed from a 206) the right type (the P3 306 fitment 6239 K1)? The thread above had two different types for the P3 and I want to make sure I get the right one:

I'm planning to buy this adapter.

Any help much appreciated.

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Posted 6th Sep 2016 at 22:37
deeturbo

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That isn't the right stalk. The plug on the end is wrong.

I think I might have one spare. I'll take a look tomorrow night if you like?
Posted 7th Sep 2016 at 22:01
mik

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deeturbo wrote:
That isn't the right stalk. The plug on the end is wrong.

I think I might have one spare. I'll take a look tomorrow night if you like?


I thought so but wasn't sure. Yes, if you have one I would be keen grab it from you - one with a phase 3 coloured plug (not the phase 2 black one) is what I'm after.

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Posted 9th Sep 2016 at 08:48
deeturbo

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I only have phase 3 spares. I'll take a look shortly.
Posted 9th Sep 2016 at 09:14
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Excellent, thanks.

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Posted 9th Sep 2016 at 13:19

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