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    *HELP!* - "Audi Concert" Stereo Facia & Wiring Harness??

    Hello People!

    Im new here... but im a proud A3 owner.

    Heres My Questions:

    I have a A3, 06 Plate with a "Audi Concert" Stereo in.
    But i dont want it in anymore. I have a "Sony Headset" that allows me to control my ipod from the stereo itself.

    I want to install my new sony headset but dont kno what Facia i need or Wiring Harness.

    I have the "Audi Concert" release keys already. but im struggling to find a facia and wiring harness as i dont kno if ive got the half amp or fully amped system, (BOSE System or not)

    Any Help Is Muchly Welcomed!!!! Adam

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    Depends if the Sony is double DIN or single. If single then you need something like this:
    Car Audio & Security: Car Stereo, Speakers & Subwoofers, Car DVD Players, GPS and CD Changers
    Double DIN then this:
    Car Audio & Security: Car Stereo, Speakers & Subwoofers, Car DVD Players, GPS and CD Changers

    You'll also need a Quadlock RCA adapter
    Audi wiring adaptor (Quadlock RCA) Fitting Adaptor - Car Audio Direct
    But check first that your 06 is quadlock
    You'll also need a FAkra aentenna adapter:
    CT27AA15 Aerial Adapter for Citroen / Peugeot / Skoda / VW - Install Adaptors

    You'll need to pair the ignition on and perm lives (the yellow & red cables) from the Sony as there is no "ignition on" live on the Audi loom, or wire one in from the fusebox.
    Rear or fully amped really doesn't matter as the adapter has input for both.
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    Thank You

    Heya AndyMac,

    Thanks for the info, i really apprecatite it! Been and seen an auto-electrian today and i now have the parts i need on order.

    Thanks Again Mate,

    Adam

 

 

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