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Yep. Just read the instructions on the Parrot kit carefully, taking note of the bit about 'reverse polarity' - you need to follow the part of the instructions that correct this, as the Renault ISO's do have permanent and ignition live crossed over. The mute connection should be 'mute 3.' These details are based on installing a CK3000 Evolution in the wife's Clio, but I expect the Laguna is the same.
Wire up and test the kit before fitting it properly. Make sure the stereo still works correctly, using the fader controls to check each speaker individually. If the kit turns out to be a dud, you don't want to have wasted your time threading wires through tight spaces. What's more, if you've scraped or trapped any cables, you may well have voided the warranty on a piece of kit that was already defective.
And you will need your radio code, of course.
Currently in Horatio's garage:
2010 Laguna III Initiale.