thx for your respons but do the dealer now what the k-line is or is there one other waycaykroyd said:I agree. What I did was splice the k-line from my nav harness to the k-line my BT harness so I wouldn't affect the stock wiring. You can find out which pin is k-line by the pinout sticker on the top of your RNS-E.
thx for responding but i hope and think the dealer nows thatPetrolDave said:The K line will be available on the original connections to your radio (check the pinout label on top of the radio). This needs wiring through to the K line connection on both your RNS-E and the Bluetooth module.
A properly wired adapter will already have this cable.
thanks for your reponse i have try,d that but it won,t work the volume is to lazy to hear it propercaykroyd said:you can adjust the BT volume using the volume knob during a call. It should be independant of radio volume. I should also remember your previous BT volume level.
As far as K-line. I'd be suprosed if the dealer would be willing to do the work you want. And even if they do, there have been post on here stating he the dealers don't know what they are doing when it comes to this stuff
no it is a audi factory radio he onley find a wire with can bus on the bluetoothAudiA4B6US said:Did your car come with an Audi radio factory installed? If not then you will need to get the K line from the instrument cluster or better usde the L line in the OBD connector.
ok thanks for the answer but please can you tell where to connectAudiA4B6US said:On the RNS-E, connector B pin 5 is thre K-line, even in Europe. Look at the label on the top cover of your RNS-E.
you are simpley the best best thank you it,s as shame that i first have to go on holiday next week to maleisie so i let you now probsly in february thanks again you are the best until now hahaha thx best wishes for you in the new yearAudiA4B6US said:
1: CAN High: Connector I pin CAN H
2: CAN Low: Connector I pin CAN L
3: K diagnostic: Connector III pin K
4: Tel mute: Connector IV pin Mute in TELEFON section