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VAG -COM help required

Discussion in 'VCDS (formerly VAG-COM) forum' started by Andy Shipton, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. Andy Shipton

    Andy Shipton Member

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    I have just purchased VAG-COM and have started using it however I have the following questions:

    I am about to retro fit both RNS-E and Bluetooth phone prep to my 2004 A3 Sport back I have looked at a lot of the sites about recoding and have these questions

    CODING FOR RNS-E
    0x?xx Malfunction Diagnosis should it be 0 or 1 for this model.

    0xxx? Telephone/Telematic which number should I use as I am about to fit Bluetooth.

    0xxxx?x Equipment 1 which number should I use here?

    CODING FOR TELEPHONE PREP
    00xx?xx Installation List what number should I use here?

    Does anybody have the correct coding for my vehicle I have a multifunction steering wheel and cd player located in the glove box, any help regarding the recoding of my vehicle and how to complete it would be gratefully appreciated
    regards

    Andy
     
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  3. Uwe@Ross-Tech

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    The car Uwe referred to had a coding of 0209617, but keep in mind that's a US model with Bose sound system.
     
  5. Uwe@Ross-Tech

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    Sebastian is a fastidious collector of Auto-Scans...;-)

    He makes a good point that you can't just use this coding if the car doesn't have a Bose sound sytem, but it should still hed some light on the digits that aren't entirely clear since the RNS-E is factory installed, as is the Bluetooth module in that car.

    -Uwe-
     

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