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Insulating iPod Connection

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by K-Dash, Jan 6, 2010.

  1. K-Dash

    K-Dash Member

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    Bizarre one really,

    As some of you may remember I fitted the dension iPod kit a long while ago it worked great. Brilliant bit of kit.

    But when cold weather sets in anything below about 5 degrees C, it won't connect. Until it reaches a warmer temperature.

    I can't work out whether it is the connection into the ipod thats the problem or the cable running into the back of the HU.

    Any ideas?

    thanks
     
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  3. a3_dan

    a3_dan Member

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    I get the exct same thing! Will be good to see what some of the other guys here think about this...
     
  4. K-Dash

    K-Dash Member

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    Sometimes I makeit to work before it decides to play. Its ruining my life. :(
    :sm4:

    Its more annoying than anything I else could ever contemplate happening to me....:blink:
     
  5. redbutcher

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    Very strange - never had this with mine. Where have you attached the ground wire?
     
  6. a3_dan

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    My ground is secured to one of the rear casing screws on the HU. Yours?
     
  7. redbutcher

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    Exactly the same place mate - weird one this....
     
  8. circleswim

    circleswim Lacks Car Funds...

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    I've not had any trouble either, my ground wire is also aattached to a screw in the back of the HU...
     

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