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RNS-E Retrofit

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by J4ke, Jan 21, 2007.

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    Hello all

    Well, I today joined the many of you who own audis and bought myself a nice 2002 A4 2.5tdi. Will somehow upload some photos as soon as I take some.

    Please bear with me as I am new to forums and I did try to search for a similar topic.

    I was just wondering how easy it is to retro fit the sat nav RNS-E to one of these cars that have the symphony as standard?

    Many thanks in advance

    Jacob
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    Also can someone please tell me the part number for the RNS-E for a right hand drive a4

    Thanks again

    Jacob
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    Takes 15 minutes from start to finish.

    You will need to code the car for some features like directions in the DIS etc.
    But it wil work straight away.
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    8E0 035 192 with a suffix letter of C, D, H, K or N - the higher the letter the newer the unit.

    That's all the EU versions made so far - identical for LHD and RHD.

    Taken from the part numbers link on www.navplus.us
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    Craigyb on another forum (pm for details) will osrt you out, comes pre-coded and with all wiring done, just plug and play.

    kris
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