Have you installed our MIB2 PQ Retrofit Kit and are having one of the following audio issues? Audio clicking Balance/Fader not showing Rear speakers not working More than likely, your vehicle came from the factory with a Dynaudio or Fender Amplified Sound System, and your MIB2 is not yet programmed for this. Use this installation guide to enable Dynaudio/Fender Audio on your MIB2 Retrofit unit. Note: An upgraded CAN Gateway is needed to communicate with your MIB2 via Vagcom with your pre-2015 vehicle and complete this fix. MIB2 PQ Dynaudio/Fender Instructions
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Add some flair to your VW/Audi with our EZT Alcantara and Napa Steering Wheels! Learn more about the EZT Carbon Edition Steering Wheels here. Our wheels are made from OEM Cores and are built with real Carbon Fiber and Alcantara/Napa Leather/Perforated leather side. Other features include red stitching, finger grooves on the rear of the wheel, and a red stripe at the 12 O'Clock position. Our wheels are also 3-5mm thicker all around than the OEM wheel, to give the user the F1 Racing feel while driving. These wheels are easy to install, and come with hardware to help with...
Hello Eurozone Patrons, Linked below is a much requested installation guide by you guys; A DIY installation guide for the Emblem mounted Rear View Camera for 2007-2015 Volkswagen EOS. These cameras will function on Volkswagen EOS models up to 2015, when paired with an RNS510, RNS315 or RCD510 (only revision F or H) OEM stereo. All equipment is OEM, and wiring plugs and plays with the stock wiring. Only the power wire needs to be manually tapped into the fusebox. VW EOS OEM Rear View Camera Install Guide
Good evening Eurozone Patrons, As requested, linked below is a quick guide we created on how to ensure your glovebox 3.5mm aux input works properly when retrofitting an RNS510, RCD510 or RNS315 into your 2005.5-2009 Volkswagen. This is only needed if audio no longer plays via your glovebox or armrest's 3.5mm aux input after installing one of the aforementioned devices, or if you hear a hissing, distorted sound. Tools needed for this DIY are the tools required to remove your factory radio, and a precision flathead screwdriver. MK5 Aux Fix DIY