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AudiA4B6US said:
Based on what has been posted so far you would need to find the speed wire in your 2003 A6 as well. Only the A3/A4 models have speed over CAN. If you have your phatbox connected now it should work fine after setting the new head unit type. Just make sure you get an RNS-E adapter with support for a CD changer, that's how the phatbox is connected to your radio.
Dirk,
Does the version for phone support handle the OEM integrated phone/OnStar...or just the 3 pins/wires for radio muting, speaker + and - ? I'm putting in an aftermarket BT HF kit (moto IHF1000).

I think I'm going to start piecing together the parts that I need for this install...and I will start with the wiring harness(s).

Time to get serious about this!!

Thanks!
 

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Dirk,
Does the version for phone support handle the OEM integrated phone/OnStar...or just the 3 pins/wires for radio muting, speaker + and - ? I'm putting in an aftermarket BT HF kit (moto IHF1000).
Can't really say because I haven't looked at the phone wires at all so far. I got the RNS-E adapter with support for the phone (and CDC) and IIRC there were 3 wires in that plug. AFAIK, OnStar is nothing else than a phone kit (from a HU point of view). Proxus had a Parrot connected to his Symphony II and after the upgrade using a RNS-E adapter with phone support it worked just fine.
 

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AudiA4B6US said:
TeddyBGame said:
Dirk,
Does the version for phone support handle the OEM integrated phone/OnStar...or just the 3 pins/wires for radio muting, speaker + and - ? I'm putting in an aftermarket BT HF kit (moto IHF1000).
Can't really say because I haven't looked at the phone wires at all so far. I got the RNS-E adapter with support for the phone (and CDC) and IIRC there were 3 wires in that plug. AFAIK, OnStar is nothing else than a phone kit (from a HU point of view). Proxus had a Parrot connected to his Symphony II and after the upgrade using a RNS-E adapter with phone support it worked just fine.
Ok. That's what I thought. However, the phone interface to the Sym II is via the red 10 pin connector. And I've yet to see a pix of Kuftka (sp) plug - n - play device that has a male version of that adaptor. Either way, it might just be that I'll need to add three pins/wires behind the RNS-E.

Proxus: Thoughts?

Also, my install will be for a 2001 A6, none-bose, CDC/Phatbox support.
 

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This is the adapter I have and it works:
[siteimg:6bee7b4a69]150[/siteimg:6bee7b4a69]
It has the red CDC (and more) plug, the black 8-pin for power (and more) and a black 10-pin for the phone support.
 

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AudiA4B6US said:
This is the adapter I have and it works:
[siteimg:a2f9515760]150[/siteimg:a2f9515760]
It has the red CDC (and more) plug, the black 8-pin for power (and more) and a black 10-pin for the phone support.

I have that same harness for my B5 S4. What else do I need to start using my BT phone with my car?
 
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