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Fitting Sat Nav RNS-e to A4

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by chasdrury, Jul 20, 2005.

  1. chasdrury

    chasdrury Member

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    Hi guys

    I have a 2004 A4 with double din already, so, to fit SatNAV (DVD version) what do I need - I am assuming the unit with a disc, GPS atenna and do I need any wiring harnesses or anything? Also, will directions display on my DIS or do I need another box to do this?

    Final Question and the most important really, will my phatnoise still work with this RNS-e unit?

    Cheers

    Chaz
     
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  3. The911SC

    The911SC Active Member

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    You should PM craig for info. Search for posts in this section on his Sat nav fitting service....
     
  4. Sent you an email.

    Craig
     
  5. phil1978

    phil1978 Member

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    Craig,

    I'm also quite interested in this. Could you shed some light. Thanks in advance.
     
  6. B6 & B7 A4's really easy to do, hardest part is installing the the GPS receiver somewhere.

    Everythng will still work, CD/phatnoise/Telephone/BOSE

    Only thing that woint work after an upgrade is the TV if you have one, that will need a new tuner.

    I can supply and fit the units for you, coded for your cars tyres/dash/ICE etc

    12 months warranty

    Craig
     
  7. kenny_boon

    kenny_boon Active Member

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    how hard is it to instal the gps receiver?
     
  8. Not too difficult, it needs good line of sight of the sky, without obstruction from metal. Some people put them on the dash I prefer them under the dash above the glove box on an A4, or behind the cluster on an A6.
     

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