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Fakra connections on RNS-E Sat-nav

jdp1962 Jan 17, 2011

  1. jdp1962

    jdp1962 Grumpy Old Moderator Staff Member Moderator Team V6 TFSI Owners Group Gold Supporter Team Tornado quattro Black Edition Audi S4 s tronic

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    I noticed that my RNS-E has two Fakra inputs on the back panel.

    Am I right in thinking one is the radio aerial and one is the GPS antenna?

    If so, which one is which?
     
  2. pjmspeedy

    pjmspeedy Dude, what's mine say ?

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    GPS antenna is a totally different one. 1 is for the radio and the other looks for the traffic reports
     
  3. jdp1962

    jdp1962 Grumpy Old Moderator Staff Member Moderator Team V6 TFSI Owners Group Gold Supporter Team Tornado quattro Black Edition Audi S4 s tronic

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    Thanks, Paul. Does it matter which is which?

    (Oh, and have you got a tracking number for me>)
     
  4. pjmspeedy

    pjmspeedy Dude, what's mine say ?

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    I'm pretty sure it doesn't no. PM'd you
     
  5. jdp1962

    jdp1962 Grumpy Old Moderator Staff Member Moderator Team V6 TFSI Owners Group Gold Supporter Team Tornado quattro Black Edition Audi S4 s tronic

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    No problem. Any chance you can answer this question, too? It's a bit quiet on the ICE front today.
     
  6. pjmspeedy

    pjmspeedy Dude, what's mine say ?

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    Can't remember of the top of my head but I have actually wrote with marker pen on mine to remind me which way up/which side they go. Am away from home currently so will have to check when next back unless someone else posts in the mean time.
     
  7. rowdyboy

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    They will only go in properly one way, you'll here the click as the springs release. It's the most half arsed release system I've ever used on a radio. I struggled for ages with mine, even when they were the right way round.
     

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