The base in this vehicle was only made for the Motorola Star tack mobile phone (a very old version of phone). I do not think it will be compatible with the wiring that you have. In my experience I have never seen anyone able to use this prewire with any existing phone.
If the vehicle is bluetooth compatible, then you should be able to pair a bluetooth phone to the vehicle. The best way to check this is to take a look at the Telephone communication unit as you will need the passkey to connect to the vehicle. The TCU is located in the trunk on the left rear side under a black panel. The rear trunk center panel comes out and on the left is a black square plastic piece. This is removed with a 10mm socket (3 plastic nuts) then this pulls out. The TCU is located in the well on the left side. If it is bluetooth compatible is should have a PK (number) on the white sticker. This unit often locks up so it would be a good idea to unplug the slide connector for a few minutes and then reconnect. At that point you need to start the vehicle and press the telephone button on the steering wheel to start the pairing process. Then you need to use your phone to search for the vehicle. You will then be prompted to enter the PK number on the phone to finalize the pairing.
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The unit is the box that is most likely the farthest down. It is silver/aluminum looking. It might help to even unplug it and retry you phone as I have seen this module cause many issues. The worst case scenario is that the module has failed. It is not uncommon unfortunately. However, in a lot of cases it can be brought back by a hard reset,...by unplugging it for a few minutes and plugging it back in.
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