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Rnse and ami retrofitting

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by wee_gus, Jul 16, 2014.

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    [Jul 16, 2014]
    Good afternoon everyone, well I have finally taken the plunge and bought myself a mk2 rnse P/N 8P0 035 193 G and also the ami unit P/N 8P0 057 785 i have also bought VCDS from Ross-Tech to programme it all to my 2009 audi a3 black edition, I have had a look through various threads but I am slightly confused on fitting the ami unit as a lot of people say they needed a 32 pin connector block? I was wondering as my car. Already has the pish iPod thing in the glove box would I need this connector block? Also does anyone have the coding on how to fit this to my car, at the moment I have concert double din, factory Bose, factory BT phone Bluetooth, aux in, iPod on the glovebox, multi functional steering wheel with SDS. I would like to retain all functions if possible

    i am located in Glasgow so if anyone local is willing to help me I would happily return the favour,

    thanks

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    [Jul 17, 2014]
    Hi mate.
    Yes, for fitting the ami you will need a new harness. The harness that you have only is usefull for cd changer and for ipod or usb preparation. For ami unit you will need this plug and play harness:
    It has 4 connectors:

    -AMI in
    -Rns-e 32 pin in
    - male and female big conectors (The big conectors are plug between the rns-e and the cable that goes to it)

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    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fur-Audi-A3-8P-ab-Bj-2010-Music-Interface-AMI-RNS-E-Kabelset-Kabelbaum-/191133285956?pt=DE_Autoteile&hash=item2c806e7e44

    Kabelsatz Audi Music Interface AMI - RNS-E Audi A3 8P-37575

    And retrofitting and coding manual:
    http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/a3-s3-...-ami-audi-music-interface-retrofit-guide.html
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    [Jul 18, 2014]
    image.jpg is this the loom?
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    [Jul 18, 2014]
    Yes it is!
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    [Jul 18, 2014]
    Awsome well I have installed my rnse and ami! Now my aux in doesn't work at all? I need to wait till Wednesday once my vcds arrives and I can program it all but so far so good
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    [Jul 20, 2014]
    Hi again.

    For coding, pleople with ami unit, only add +1 (Ami) to the original code
    I think that you need to code +6 to have full working (ami +aux)


    - Go into Navigation (37)
    - Coding (07)

    0xxxx?x: Equipment I
    +1 = Standard/Basic Value - Add to the Sum of Options below
    +1 = Audi Music Interface (AMI/PR-UF7) installed
    +2 = Satellite Radio (SIRIUS/XM) installed
    +4 = Analog Input (AUX/PR-UF0/UF1/UF2) installed
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    [Jul 21, 2014]
    Ok thank you, I will try it later, also one last question, do I need to code in Bose to the rnse? I've seen people having to move a wire? Do I need to do this with the 32 pin plug also?
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    [Jul 21, 2014]
    Just out of interest, do you lose the cd changer if you install the AMI? I quite like having cd changer but would like a mk2 rnse with iPod connectivity!
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