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Last I heard, Autocom no longer has a distributor in the USA. I need some parts. Any suggestions????? I am looking for a new lead from the unit to the headset connector. Perhap someone who can build them. 7 pin. Help!

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post #2 of 5 Old Jun 1st, 2010, 4:32 pm
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Re: Autocom Parts Source

Last week, I just purchased two 7-pin extension leads from TopGear located at:
http://www.topgearaccess.com/autocom/

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Re: Autocom Parts Source

Autocom was recently purchased by a new company. One of the US distributors is, Dan Wundrock at <[email protected] Give him a try.

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Last I heard, Autocom no longer has a distributor in the USA. I need some parts. Any suggestions????? I am looking for a new lead from the unit to the headset connector. Perhap someone who can build them. 7 pin. Help!

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try KIETH in post #6 in this thread.

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Re: Autocom Parts Source

I am still and have been a Autocom dealer, Top Gear got cancelled as the usa importer and now there are 2 importers in the USA. they do not sell direct i am a dealer and do sell to the end user. Kieth 918-446-2245



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Last I heard, Autocom no longer has a distributor in the USA. I need some parts. Any suggestions????? I am looking for a new lead from the unit to the headset connector. Perhap someone who can build them. 7 pin. Help!

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