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RNS-e Retrofit Procedure

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by stevereid, Jan 19, 2011.

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    [Jan 19, 2011]
    Ok, I think i'm juat about at the point of being able to start my retro fit.
    I'm sure this has been asked and covered before..but.. has anyone produced a step by step procedure for replacing the single din cage with a double din..trimming the CC unit etc etc ?

    I would appreciate all your help.

    Steve
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    PDF on it's way.
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    I retrofitted RNS-E into my last B6 saloon, took 6 hours mainly to swap the single DIN to a double Din. I cheated though and bought a new climate module on EBay and sold my old one after the install. Its not actually that difficult, just takes time. Even my local Audi dealer said they couldnt tell it had been retro-fitted unless they looked very closely, worst but was trimming down the centre console / ashtray plastic from memory.
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    Thanks for that.
    What needs done with Vag-com once the RNS-e is fitted ? Just I don't have Vag-Com and the RNS-e is on its way :)
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    It's all here - silly to repeat what has already been covered previously very well!

    And all coding and adaption information can be found here at the Ross-Tech site.
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