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RNS-JP4 and RNS-JP5 are Japanese market only, so you can ignore them.#They talk about 4 different navigation systems. The first one being the RNS-E. That one is
followed by the RNS-JP4, the RNS-JP 5 and the RNS-lite.
A few members have started to work on the A4 solution but no one has come up with a definite fix. You have the correct location for the amp in an avant. Please post back if you find a solution.Sorry for resurrecting this.
For clarity: I have an '08 A4 Avant. For this I need one 8E9035225Q to replace the existing antenna amp that was used with the Symphony2+. It is located in the back above the sat radio box just below the window, correct?
Its the same principle, you need to change the HF/HF system for the older ZF/HF system. IIRC the cabrio has the antennas in the front screen and the amps on the "A" pillars. However that's as far as my knowledge goes...Hello as the new guy, I read every entry in this thread (don't want to be considered lazy) and I found virtually nothing about the TT's.
So here is my question. I am getting ready to convert the car to the RNS-E navigation. I do not have access to a parts catalog.
What do I have to expect in regard to the antenna system (or what is the difference) between the radio and the navigation setup?
I've send Kufatec an email, but there are 2 problems:You would need the 35643-1 system to upgrade your antenna system to the RNS antenna system, this should correct the issues.
Hi Gernot, have you got any success on converting to RNS-E antennas? What are the part numbers involved? It would be great if you can share your findings. Thanks.Hello again,
since posting the above question ( and considering that I got no answers) I signed up with erwin.audiusa and bought one of their flatrate sessions.
I printed ( about 500 pages, since you can not save anything on your computer with the flatrate I bought) all relevant information on the 8J TT.
And, oboy, I can tell you now there is a lot of info there.
The most interesting manual is the 110 page "Communication" manual.
It basically describes all the different antenna, radio, nav., satellite, sound, telephone, CD player, Ipod interfaces systems, the difference between the coupe
and the cabrio, the locations and last not least the R & R procedures.
I thought Winblows had the sollution, what is he missing ? Changing the AF to an older P or Q will resolve the issues, or am i completly lost ?A few members have started to work on the A4 solution but no one has come up with a definite fix. You have the correct location for the amp in an avant. Please post back if you find a solution.
Well, I first have to apologize for tacking so long to answer. I don't like to be considered on one day fly.Hi Gernot, have you got any success on converting to RNS-E antennas? What are the part numbers involved? It would be great if you can share your findings. Thanks.
Hi, I have exactly the same problem! I recently switched from Concert III to RNS E 193 G (haven't tried diversity box yet...). Bob, did you find a solution to your problem, as I understand the diversity box was not helpful for you?Thanks for your reply, but can you explain why changing the channel forward and back again gives me a good signal.