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Out of date MMI maps. Help!

kirstyt Feb 14, 2020

  1. kirstyt

    kirstyt New Member

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    Right, clever people...

    I have a 2013 A3 and the maps on it are **** - there’s roundabouts on there that were changed into a road 13 years ago!?

    The software is MSTD_EU_AU_P3151 and navigation is 8V0919866A 0021 ECE 2013.

    I literally have no idea what any of it means and didn’t know if anyone can advise what I need to do or download to get the correct software. I contacted Audi who quoted me £600 for the pleasure (which I begrudge paying on my sh!tty NHS wages) so thought I’d give it a go myself as I've seen lots of posts saying it is doable, I just don’t know where to start!
     
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  3. DJAlix

    DJAlix VAG Car Coding™ Site Sponsor Team Ibis VAG Can Professional Gold Supporter VCDS Map User quattro ODIS (Offboard Diagnostic System)

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    Navigation update is going to be around the £300 mark. £600 odd would be for a full navigation activation which you don't need, just the updated maps SD card and licence.
     
  4. Adam Evans

    Adam Evans New Member

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    Thanks for this,

    I have a 2015 Audi A3 with 2015 maps and satnav working.

    So Audi just need to provide a SD card and a licence for this card. The sat nav does not require activation as it already is.

    So looking aroun d£300 from Audi.

    Anyone had any experiences with buying SD cards online or is it pot luck
     
  5. NickB

    NickB New Member Team Sepang Audi RSQ3 Black Edition 5 Cylinder

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    I bought the latest maps from these guys: https://upgrademyaudi.net

    It required an MMI firmware update too. Cost about £100 in total and any further map upgrades will be about £60 a time, unless and until a new firmware is required.

    There's a lot of reading and video watching to be done and it is possible to brick your MMI if you screw-up so 'caveat emptor'.

    The information is all there though and the support is good.
     

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