That's what you think, but you see I knew you were thinking it did, that's why we let you put it up so that you'd think as often as possible, but we could still steal your thoughts. MWAHAHAHAHAHA!
Originally Posted by aydu
Seriously though, Aluminum foil wouldn't really deter the bluetooth frequency as well as youo'd think. For a frequency that high the better bet would be a sheet of tin roofing, or the likes which will add a bit of weight to the car, and be an utter b**ch to put in. It'd be a ton easier to just disconnect the bluetooth receiver module. Even if it's not the same in the Nav unit as it is in the regular stereo it's still a plug in card, or a chip somewhere that can be removed (hopefully, anyways.)
View my fuel log 2014 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 36.2 mpg (US) ... 15.4 km/L ... 6.5 L/100 km ... 43.5 mpg (Imp)