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Retro fit RNS nav advice

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by paulk, May 22, 2014.

  1. paulk

    paulk Active Member

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    Hi, Can any one help

    I bet your all sick of this topic

    I have a 2011 a3 tdi black ed, I have the concert audio with phone prep and blue tooth etc , my car also has a shark fin style ariel on the roof

    I want to swop it over to the RNS sat nav head unit , can any please tell me what I need to buy will I have to have it coded to the car or any problems.

    Loads of head units on ebay but from abroad are these fake ?

    Thanks for looking

    Cheers Paul
     
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  3. Sayam

    Sayam Well-Known Member
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    Really cheap ones on eBay might be stolen units
     
  4. paulk

    paulk Active Member

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    loads around 400 450 all with codes etc , I think people do seem to be stealing theses allot though
     
  5. pz1982

    pz1982 Fighting the spending urges

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    You may also need aerial amplifiers for this retrofit. I have some for sale. Will be putting them in the classifieds in the next couple of days. So feel free to pm me if you need them
     
  6. Lewbo

    Lewbo Well-Known Member

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    The nav will be a straight swap from your old unit and will then need coding to the car to tell it what equipment you have such as bluetooth ect
     
  7. NHN

    NHN Retrofitter - Audi - VW - Skoda - Seat
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    We can offer the full supply/fit service for this, pm if you have interest :)
     
  8. Lewbo

    Lewbo Well-Known Member

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    Get one and do it yourself very simple mod to do, there's plenty of threads out there. Just need vcds to code it, they come up on eBay or buy it from Ross-tech then selves. Always try having a go at your own mods get a better feeling that you accomplished it yourself rather than pay someone else to do it.
     

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