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    Guidance !

    Hi guys
    i was after just a little advice and help. i have just bought this off ebay ( AUDI RNS-E BLUETOOTH HANDSFREE KIT FOR A3 A4 A6 TT on eBay (end time 06-Mar-11 18:34:17 GMT) )

    i have 55 reg a3 with RNS
    is this literally plug and play and coding and im all done? also is everything i need to do the bluetooth upgrade included in this item ? is it easy to do guys ? thanks marnie
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    Sure is but it wont come with enough cable to put the bluetooth module in the factory position under the passenger seat as that kit is for an A4 if you read closely (i've seen one brought from that seller) which will have shorter wiring as the module is behind the glovebox, and its pretty expensive:

    This guy is always much cheaper:
    AUDI Bluetooth KIT RNS-E RNS 8P0 8P1862335 8P1 862 335 on eBay (end time 23-Feb-11 20:18:49 GMT)
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    Sorry to jump this thread but how come the one you linked to says it needs soldering and the one in the first part is plug and play, or are they both plug and play?

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    smoothie - so long as i put the unit behind the glovebox it will work though right?
    Audi A3 2.0 TDI S-line --- Full Leather, Reverse Sensors, Interior Light Pack, Privacy Glass, Bose, Climate Control, 18" S-Line Wheels
    Mods --- 19" RS4 Wheels, RNS, Cd Changer + Glovebox, Bluetooh (RNS Upgrade), Leather Armrest, Front Splitter, Gloss Black Grille

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    Quote Originally Posted by marnie2k View Post
    Hi guys
    i was after just a little advice and help. i have just bought this off ebay ( AUDI RNS-E BLUETOOTH HANDSFREE KIT FOR A3 A4 A6 TT on eBay (end time 06-Mar-11 18:34:17 GMT) )

    i have 55 reg a3 with RNS
    is this literally plug and play and coding and im all done? also is everything i need to do the bluetooth upgrade included in this item ? is it easy to do guys ? thanks marnie
    Marnie - can I ask a serious question please ? :-

    Why did you buy something before you knew exactly what was required to fit it ?

    Most peope research the project in detail before purchase (or should do )!

    Please tell me because I think I must be doing it wrong !!

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    mike foster.
    i was just after re-asuring i had bought the right item thats all .....
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    Mods --- 19" RS4 Wheels, RNS, Cd Changer + Glovebox, Bluetooh (RNS Upgrade), Leather Armrest, Front Splitter, Gloss Black Grille

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    Ok firstly when i bought off that guy it didn't need soldering lol it was plug and play so sorry for linking that one he must have changed something

    but yes mate that kit you bought is the OEM module and mic etc but it will not fit behind the glovebox like in the A4 as there is no room there in the A3, the wiring lengths may vary but it does say on (A3 - will need to be lengthened for passenger seat) and the kit i seen from this guy needed the wires cut and lengthened during install to make them long enough to locate everything in factory position, which is what i would advise you to do its quite simple and the wires will be buried
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    Quote Originally Posted by marnie2k View Post
    mike foster.
    i was just after re-asuring i had bought the right item thats all .....
    Yeah - I understand that, but isn't that backwards way round ?

    Don't you find out what the correct item is first, and then buy it when you find it ?

 

 

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