Oem Mercedes Benz Motorola Bluetooth Module V60 Cradle Adapter B67875856 on 2040-parts.com
Herndon, Pennsylvania, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:B67875856
Mercedes Benz Motorola V60 Bluetooth Module Cradle Adapter Part # B6 787 5856.
modules are easy to use in your vehicle's center console and enables you
to talk hands free through your vehicle stereo system. Module works fine, came out of my personal S500.
Compatible with the following Mercedes Benz vehicles - please double check your vehicle with the dealer for compatibility:
Compatible with most Bluetooth phones,
including iPhone, Blackberry, Android, Droid, Samsung, and Galaxy -
please check your phone features for compatibility.
Requires Mercedes Benz phone system with V60 cradle.
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