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61 Plate A3 Black Edition Concert to RSN-E Help.

Discussion in 'Satellite Navigation' started by C2 DTN, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. C2 DTN

    C2 DTN It doesn't matter if you win by an inch or a mile
    Team Brill Red VCDS Map User quattro Audi S3

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    Picked up my new A3 Black edition 2 weeks ago, and today I've picked up my new RSN-E (Wasn't willing to pay audi price to add it from new)

    Ive had a good read through the forums, and from what i can see all i need to do is:

    Swap pin 5 to 7 as i have BOSE

    Get it coded with VAG-COM.

    Is this right, seems very easy? will my iPod dock and BT phone prep still work? i also understand the aux in will die, is this correct?

    Is there anyone in Leeds that could do the coding for me, in exchange for a few pints?
     
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  3. warren_S5

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    It's a surprisingly easy job, the hardest part for me was whipping out the clocks to install the GPS module!

    There's a VCDS owners map buried somewhere in our forum so have a look in that and PM any local members.

    Best of luck and enjoy the nav!
     
  4. C2 DTN

    C2 DTN It doesn't matter if you win by an inch or a mile
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    I've actually fitted it tonight, apart from a few little issues which will be fixed by the coding, i can't understand why moving the bose pin from 5 to 7 has stopped my iPod interface sending audio down the right channel, I'm only getting left.

    pin 7 is AUX in (R), ipod isnt wired to AUX is it?
     

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