2012 Citroen C5 Exclusive Tourer
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    Default 2012 Citroen C5 Exclusive Tourer

    Love my car except for the fact that I can't get a second sim for my car phone.
    One problem I'm having is when i hit Melbourne around Greensborough, Viewbank area, the radio takes control of itself. Continually turns itself on and off every 10 seconds or so. Pain in the butt if you're trying to use the sat/nav as well. Anyone heard of the issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dprighel View Post
    Love my car except for the fact that I can't get a second sim for my car phone.
    One problem I'm having is when i hit Melbourne around Greensborough, Viewbank area, the radio takes control of itself. Continually turns itself on and off every 10 seconds or so. Pain in the butt if you're trying to use the sat/nav as well. Anyone heard of the issue?
    I can't help with the intermittent radio which sounds like a real pain, but a solution for the phone may be to get a prepaid SIM for the car and divert calls from your mobile to the new number when in the car?

    This may be another option but I don't know how legit it is or if in fact it is possible in Australia. You certainly wouldn't be able to have both the car phone and your mobile switched on at the same time. Do your own research I take no responsibility for this option.
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/New-USB-1...-/221128127478

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