Question about 2003 Land Rover Range Rover
I think he rover standard phone installed on 2003-2004 models does not support blue tooth at all, therefore, the only bluetooth headset you can use will work through the stereo.
The standard phone has bluetooth capability, as it uses bluetooth to communicate with the car control centre, but I do not think there is any option to set teh phone pairing with a bluetooth handset.
The bluetooth handset will communicate with the control center through the car stereo, not with the phone.
You can find a choice of compatible devices below.
To use a phone with bluetooth headsets, you need to upgrade the navigation system and replace the existing mobile with a compatible mobile phone (I used Nokia N75 on my RR).
Here upgrade kits and procedures:
Here list of approved phones:
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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