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RNSE FIT - Audi A3 Black Edition

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by selector007, Dec 6, 2012.

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    I've been looking around for a sat nav to fit my nearly new Audi A3 Black Edition(2010). I have decided to purchase the RNS-E navigation MK3 LED 2012 G Part number: 8P0 035 193 G.

    I have looked at previous threads and also looked at the sticky on how to fit the rnse sat nav but am slightly confused as i thought if you have a Multi function steering wheel it was the case of a straight swap apart from adding the gps antenna am I on the right lines?

    As the sticky suggests swapping some wires and using software to activate some functions.
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    jb0o North East Forum Moderator Site Sponsor

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    It is a straight swap, apart from adding the GPS antenna and swappin some wires.

    If you have BOSE then you need to change the position of 1 pin and if you have AUX, you need to move 3 wires to a seperate plug.

    Would also need coding to your car.
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    What does the coding do?
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    A3Kent Different Gear

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    Make it work properly with your MFSW and DIS etc.
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    Cruiser89 Advanced In Car Tech Site Sponsor

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    If you do a search, I did a step-by-step of the install including moving the BOSE pin.
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    Whereabouts are you based, lots of people can help you with the coding.
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    Anyone in the Leicester area up for helping with coding or even fitting?!?
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    ahhhh a fellow leicesteronian ! Where abouts do you live ? Not got a vcds but looking to buy and fit a rnse myself.
    where are/have you purchased your rnse from ?
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    Any one have the correct part number for the steering wheel controller needed to fit MFSW to RNSE
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    Im pretty sure you need a highline module. What number is the one fitted at present? I will look see what the module part no uou need is:) x
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    I'm at houghton, have vcds :yes: willing to help!! Carl
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    Hi Sandra my controller ends in suffix A and was told by RNSE installer that it doesn't support anything. I have no muse yet so I am about to purchase but obviously want to get all the right parts. I also plan to add cruise and Bluetooth so the controller will need to support these. Any ideas?

    thanks
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    8P0 953 549 F is the control module required for mfsw. It also supports cruise control.

    Bluetooth is a separate unit that does not require a separate control module.
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