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Hi there i bought a hyundai i30 2008 model and i have installed a bluetooth car kit works great but i want to hook it up to the mute wire on the back of the radio unit,but i can't find which wire it is

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    from where any suggestions ive tried everything need help please


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Google the units wiring diagram

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