Retrofit new MIB into older RNS/RCD car.

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Re: Retrofit new MIB into older RNS/RCD car.

Postby davidscirocco » Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:12 am

Ok how do i know if i can do this to my car? I have a MY 2010 ?
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Re: Retrofit new MIB into older RNS/RCD car.

Postby Icedog » Thu Sep 21, 2017 4:28 pm

davidscirocco wrote:Ok how do i know if i can do this to my car? I have a MY 2010 ?


Should work for you as well but do everything at your own risk.
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Re: Retrofit new MIB into older RNS/RCD car.

Postby davidscirocco » Tue Sep 26, 2017 5:30 pm

ok thanks!
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Re: Retrofit new MIB into older RNS/RCD car.

Postby IamSteveLyons » Sun Oct 29, 2017 7:41 pm

Icedog wrote:
davidscirocco wrote:Ok how do i know if i can do this to my car? I have a MY 2010 ?


Should work for you as well but do everything at your own risk.
I have one fitted in my 2010 .
All seems to work well.
No climate like you.
The parking radar doesnt show up. Sonic just hear beeps.
I really wanted carnet to work for WiFi update but I can't link it ...
Any ideas ?

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Re: Retrofit new MIB into older RNS/RCD car.

Postby julioaguiar » Mon Nov 20, 2017 2:53 pm

Icedog wrote:Rip, the gateway dosent wanna speak with the new 5F unit so.. Maybe change gateway to a newer one? Anyone know a work around? :?

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Pls, help me.. I don't know who remove the message "component protection". You have "ODIS Online" ? Can you unlock for me with remote connection?

THanks in advance
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Re: Retrofit new MIB into older RNS/RCD car.

Postby eken6tsi » Sun Jan 07, 2018 5:24 am

Icedog wrote:Ordered a adapter and a GPS Antenna, hopefully this will help me along the way. I will keep updating this thread if anyone else will need the information.

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Hey could you link us the adapter & gps antenna? Gonan do this to my 2010 Scirocco. Cant stand the Rcd 510.
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Re: Retrofit new MIB into older RNS/RCD car.

Postby 3dee » Tue Apr 24, 2018 5:34 pm

@Icedog

It's great to hear that you could make it work!


Icedog wrote:*** UPDATE ***

Okay so the workaround i did was put the stereo unit in my friends Caddy 4th gen with the same type of stereo and remove the component lock then put it back in mine and woop woop! :hyper:




I have talked to some VW dealers, and they told me they could only learn the component protection to a car, that has that 5F address. So far, so good.

But how can they disable the component protection completely? I would like to retrofit a CM too, but I'm afraid that the component protection will pop up again as soon as the device leaves the car that it has been learned to.

Could you maybe provide the steps you went through ODIS? So I could show them to the dealer..

Thanks in advance!
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