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yes there is "K-Line"
 

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The -K- Line is a special pin on your adapter.
Most Audi and VW vehicles redirects this pin directly to the OBD connection underneath the dash.

If your Car does not support a K-line on the connector, you have to run a cable from your unit (Please take a look at the diagram on top) to PIN NUMBER 7 OF YOUR CAR'S OBD CONNECTION.

Good luck,
Tony
 

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powertony said:
Most Audi and VW vehicles redirects this pin directly to the OBD connection underneath the dash.
Popov is fitting the RNS-E to a Seat Leon.

AFAIK the same is true for Seat and Skoda too.

I wonder if it's also true for the other marques in the VAG Group? (Lamborghini, Bugatti & Bentley)
 

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Yes the K-line is there allready, did not just see it. It has been connected to the RNS-E all the time. I tried first to connect with my vag-com and it found it so i looked around the cables and there it was allready with the KL30 and KL31 cables for 12+ and ground, think it was yellow. Bye the way, PetrolDave i bought this unit from Powertony so he allready knows it is being installed into a Seat, thanks anyway... :D
It is working, just waiting for my cd to try the navi function.
 
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