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The Parrot intercepts the two main ISO connectors - you unplug them from the back of the stereo, plug them into the Parrot kit, and then plug the leads from the Parrot kit into the back of the stereo.
These two connector blocks provide all of the necessary power and speaker connections. Just a couple of things you need to note:
1) Parrot (incorrectly) refer to some cars being 'reverse polarity' and the need to swap the permanent and ignition live fuse holders around. The Laguna is one such car, so be sure to do this swap before fitting.
2) You have to choose from three numbered mute lines. I think all modern Renaults use no. 3.
Take the time to wire up the kit and test it (with the stereo still hanging out of the dash) to make sure everything works before going ahead with the full install. It'll save you the hassle of taking the whole thing out again if you're unlucky enough to have a faulty kit.
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2010 Laguna III Initiale.