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DVD sat nav plus rns-e pictures

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Eeef, Jun 22, 2005.

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    [Jun 22, 2005]
    can someone quickly point me in the direction of a picture of an a3 centre console with the above fitted. ta
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    you know what... that first picture has made me realise that the SatNav+ has (almost) built with the right hand driver in mind... think about it. in a LHD car, the screen 'could' be partly obscured by your hand/arm on the steering wheel, and the control are further away from you, where as in a RHD car the screen is in free view and the controls handy and close to use.

    how strange!
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    [Jun 24, 2005]
    That is for an A6 though.

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    [Jun 24, 2005]

    Does anyone know if you can fit that advanced sat nav into an S3 or does it need to be in the new A3 to fit/work?
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    if you have a facelift s3 with digital clock on the instruments then you have can-bus

    the a6 rns-e has all the right connectors and seems to be the right height if you have a double din radio slot- only the faceplate would need cutting on its left and right sides

    you might have to run the can-bus wires from the cluster to the back of the radio - but this is only a 15 minute job

    all the other bits are plug and play and are available from www.kufatec.de as well as others.

    if you have a boot changer or phatnoise then this will work as well.

    you can do the whole thing for under £1000 and a couple of hours work.
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    [Jul 1, 2005]
    Is that at me? The climate is recessed when you have a double din system, I had Symphony before putting the Nav+ in.
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    Is the unit the same model as for the single din stereos? Can't find it on ETKA.
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