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Fitting Sat Nav RNS-e to A4

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

  1. chasdrury
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    [Jul 20, 2005]
    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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    [Jul 20, 2005]
    You should PM craig for info. Search for posts in this section on his Sat nav fitting service....
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    [Jul 20, 2005]
    Sent you an email.

    Craig
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    [Jul 22, 2005]
    Craig,

    I'm also quite interested in this. Could you shed some light. Thanks in advance.
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    [Jul 22, 2005]
    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
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    [Aug 2, 2005]
    how hard is it to instal the gps receiver?
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    [Aug 2, 2005]
    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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