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”Symbols used in the installation guide” on page 25
”Connection diagram for the navigation system” on page 26
”Installation of the GPS antenna” on page 27
”Connecting the reverse signal” on page 29
”Connecting the speed signal (GAL) for the speedometer / speedometer
cable” on page 29
6. ”Installing and commissioning Traffic Pro” on page 34
7. ”Using GPS for the first time, and sensors” on page 34
8. ”Installation of the Navigation Software” on page 36
9. ”Calibration” on page 37
10. ”Service Mode” on page 39
11. ”Connections” on page 47
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denotes instructions which are important for the installation and function of the unit.
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The installation of TrafficPro should only be carried out by a specialist.
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Disconnect the vehicle battery before installation of the unit.
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Note the safety instructions of the vehicle manufacturer (airbags, immobilisers etc.).
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When routing the cables, ensure that they cannot become jammed, kinked or ripped out.
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Before installation, park the vehicle in a safe and level place and remove the ignition key.
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If using branch connections, it is important to note the relevant cable section.
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Reverse signal
Power supply
Note: The various connection options are described in detail on page 47.
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People with pacemakers should avoid physical contact with the magnetic antenna and should not carry the antenna
on their person, as this may affect the function of the pacemaker.
Keep the magnetic antenna away from data storage media (disks, credit cards, magnetic cards etc.) and electronic and
precision engineering equipment, as this may cause data to be deleted.
Do not use the antenna in areas at risk of explosion.
It is important to secure the antenna so that it cannot become detached in a collision or sudden brake manoeuvre.
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a. Attach the antenna to a flat, pre-washed metal surface.
b. Then guide the antenna cable into the vehicle interior.
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The maximum vehicle speed for the antenna if magnetically attached is 180 km/h. The antenna must be removed or
specially secured at higher speeds.
The antenna is not suitable for car-wash facilities.
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The antenna can only be installed on a non-metallised windscreen.
When selecting the installation position, ensure that the antenna has a clear view of all directions, and that it
is not covered by the windscreen wipers. Obstructions caused by the bonnet, window crossbeams and roof
should be avoided as far as possible.
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a. Secure the antenna to the base plate (1) with magnets.
b. Remove protective strip from top of adhesive tape (2) and stick to the centre of the base plate underside.
c. Remove protective strip from bottom of adhesive tape (2) and stick the antenna and base plate onto the vehicle
console beneath the windscreen at the installation position.
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GPS reception can be affected by screens with screen antenna, windscreen heating or thermally insulated
screens. Some thermally insulated screens are coated with titanium or silver oxide. Installation of the GPS
antenna in the vehicle interior can considerably impair the function of the navigation system.
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Connect a separate lead to the activated contact.
Connect the lead to socket A pin 2.
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Check which lead is routed to the reversing lamp. Then, if necessary, remove the inner cover for the reversing light.
Connect a separate lead to the activated lead of the reversing lamp
and connect to socket A pin 2.
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Remove the signal from the speedometer, extend and connect to
socket A pin 1.
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Depending on the vehicle equipment, the lead for the GAL
signal is usually connected to the DIN - ISO plug of the car
radio. The assignment of the DIN - ISO plug may vary depending on the vehicle type.
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If you do not know the exact installation position / location
of the speed signal, please consult the vehicle manufacturer.
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Remove the signal from the speed sensor, extend and connect to
socket A pin 1.
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If you do not know the exact installation position / location
of the speed signal, please consult the vehicle manufacturer.
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A speed sensor which generates a digital, speed-dependent signal must
be installed in the speedometer cable.
The VDO adapter 2152.30300000 or a vehicle-specific adapter which
satisfies the minimum requirements can be used. The VDO speed sensor is suitable for direct installation on the gearbox (no further installation parts required) or in the speedometer cable (in conjunction with
additional universal installation parts).
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If the sealed speedometer cable is released, a correct display cannot be guaranteed. Incorrect installation leads to
improper functioning of the navigation system or of the
speedometer.
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Release the speedometer cable and screw speed sensor onto gearbox. Screw released speedometer cable onto the speed sensor and
connect the wires.
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In order to install the speed sensor, the speedometer drive cable must be
cut in one even piece for insertion of the speed sensor. When removing
the speedometer cable from the vehicle, ensure that the location of the
evenly running piece is established and marked accordingly.
Installation is illustrated without reference to any specific vehicle. In
addition to the sensor, the following VDO universal parts are required:
1 x connecting piece
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2 x knurled nuts1
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2 x hose sleeves
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2 x dogs 1
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2 x friction washers
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2 x fuel washers 4.0
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2 x washers
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An appropriate, complete kit from VDO (part number X 39397106191)
can also be used.
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Recommended tool: Cable installation tool for speedometer cables
from VDO, order number: 1999.10.13.000.110
If you require vehicle-specific parts, please consult the vehicle manufacturer or your nearest VDO branch.
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Using a metal saw, saw into the cable approx. 1 mm at right angles
to the profile and break off (Figure 3).
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Then cut the cable in the centre with side-cutting pliers
(Figure 4).
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For protective hoses with wire netting, the hose and flex cable can be cut directly with the side-cutting pliers.
Shorten the protective hose again at both ends up to the plastic
sheathing. Check whether the ends of the flex cable still engage in
the speedometer and the gearbox.
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Shorten the inner cable to a projection of 13 mm (Figure 5).
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Connect the union nut and hose sleeve (Figure 6) and push onto the
hose ends (Figure 7).
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Connect friction washer to dog (Figure 8).
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Remove grease from flex cable and connect dog to flex cable. Using a suitable installation tool, press the dog onto the flex cable
(Figure 9).
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When pressing in, ensure that the dog is securely positioned
and that it runs smoothly.
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Pull the hose sleeve and nut as far as possible in the direction of the
dog, to achieve approx. 1-2 mm play (Figure 10).
Slightly squeeze the hose sleeve with pliers. Wrap with isolating
tape to secure (Figure 11).
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Screw the connecting piece and the speed sensor into the cable
(Figure 12).
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Connect speed sensor using the extension cable from VDO (part
number: 2152.90 30 0100).
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This navigation system has an integrated universal bracket for DIN installation slots. An installation frame is not
required. The unit is inserted into the installation slot and secured with the slides supplied.
Further information is given in the operation guide in the chapter, "Installation and removal instructions".
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Connect the battery.
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Switch on the vehicle ignition to start using GPS for the first time
and for the sensor test. Switch on Traffic Pro.
Enter code (see the operation guide for a detailed description).
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Press the multifunction button and the
button simultaneously.
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This calls up the menu for the initial GPS start-up and for the sensor test.
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Move the vehicle several metres forwards or backwards for the
speed signal function test.
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The number under 7,,+ must change (even at a low
speed).
The number under 7,,+ should not increase when idling
or pressing the accelerator when the vehicle is parked.
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Engage the reverse gear for the reverse signal function test.
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The arrows under 09,*;065 must change direction on
engaging the reverse gear.
When using the GPS for the first time, the vehicle must be parked
outdoors, while ensuring that it has a clear view in all directions
(not in the immediate vicinity of buildings).
Information on the GPS reception is given in the right-hand part of
the display.
Four different messages may appear:
- : GPS reception is already available.
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- " : If this message is displayed, please contact
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You must wait until , P (or P ) and P
(or a higher value) is displayed.
This procedure (first reception of the necessary GPS data)
may take a few minutes. The unit must remain switched on
for the entire duration of this procedure. The vehicle must
not be moved. If after 5 minutes there has been no change
in the values, the parked position (clear view in all directions as far as possible) or the installation location of the
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GPS antenna must be checked.
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The menu for initial GPS start-up and for the sensor test is quit by
simultaneously pressing the multifunction button and the
multifunction button.
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Press the
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Insert the Navigation CD to install the software for the navigation
system.
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After the navigation software has been installed, the adjacent display appears. The language selection is then requested.
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Select the language using the right rotary control
selection is accepted by pressing the control.
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The adjacent display appears after installation. Then press the right
rotary control
to confirm.
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You can choose either a male or a female voice for some languages.
Select the voice using the right rotary control
cepted and installed by pressing the control.
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The language selection can be changed at a later time, as described in the operating guide.
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After commissioning, a calibration journey is required. During the journey, the speed signal (GAL) is automatically adapted to the
vehicle-specific data and the gyro sensor is automatically adapted
to the installation position of the unit.
The distance to be covered depends on the type of vehicle and the local
conditions.
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The navigation system is only ready for operation on completion of the calibration journey. The main navigation
menu is displayed. Final precision is only achieved after a
further journey.
The adjacent display appears after the language installation.
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changing the vehicle position and due to obstructions. In this case,
the adjacent display appears.
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Adequate GPS reception must be ensured for the calibration ride. This means at least 2-D FIX. With GPS FIX 3-D
the calibration will be quicker. However: a lower accuracy
of the GPS signal (2-D FIX) does not lead to a poorer calibration, but instead will mean that the time and distance
needed for the calibration will increase.
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If, even after a relatively long period of time, the display with the
request ! !! does not appear,
then you should check the GPS reception conditions again (as under Service Mode in the Section ”Function test of GPS antenna
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As soon as the display with the request !
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A calibration ride can also be performed in a non-digitised
area. The insertion of the Navigation CD is not absolutely
necessary after the navigation software has been installed.
Without the Navigation CD inserted, no location is displayed.
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The direction you turn is of no significance. If these conditions cannot be fulfilled due to the road or the fact that you
do not always have optimum GPS reception, this will not
lead to a poorer calibration, but will simply mean the time
and distance necessary for the calibration ride will be longer.
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If the unit is switched off during the calibration ride, language installation is requested when the unit is switched on
again. Reinstallation can be skipped by pressing the 1DY
button.
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Calibration has been completed successfully if the main navigation
menu is displayed.
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For correct navigation on routes with time-dependent traffic guidance, the time should be set correctly as described under "System
settings" in the operation guide.
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In Service Mode, various functions can be checked in detail and the calibration can be modified.
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Switch on the unit (see operation guide).
Enter code (see operation guide).
If the unit has already been calibrated, select the main navigation
menu by pressing the 1DY button.
If the unit has not been calibrated, proceed as described in the next
point but one.
Press the 1DY button again to access the system settings.
Press and hold the multifunction buttons. Then press the
multifunction button. This calls up the Service Mode.
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The following functions can be selected in the Service Mode:
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- GPS function test
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! - function for deleting the calibration or for setting
a calibration
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! - display for calibration ride
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"! ! - internal component test
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- sensor function test
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! ! - voice test
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- demo mode selection
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# - the status of the Navigation CD is displayed
By turning the right rotary control , select the desired entry
(large letters) and press to confirm.
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press to confirm.
If functioning properly and with GPS reception, the number of satellites
received (e.g. ), the date and time (e.g. YYPP ) and the
type of positioning currently possible %P (e.g. ) are displayed.
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At least % is required for quick and successful calibration. A certain amount of time may be required to reach
this value (do not move the vehicle during this period).
In order to quit the GPS test, press the
back to the Service Mode.
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button. The unit switches
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&KDQJLQJWKHFDOLEUDWLRQ! Deleting the calibration:
If the navigation system is removed from one vehicle and installed in
another, it must be calibrated. However, to do so, the current calibration
data must be deleted.
In the Service Mode, select ! using the right rotary
control
and press to confirm.
Using the right rotary control
select ! and press to confirm.
The calibration is deleted and the unit returns to the Service Mode.
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It is possible to provide calibration settings.
In the Service Mode, select ! using the right rotary
control
and press to confirm.
Using the right rotary control
select & and press to confirm.
Unit rotation can be selected in degrees by turning the right rotary
control
and pressing to confirm.
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Unit rotation corresponds to horizontal rotation. A positive
value means rotation of the front of the unit towards the
driver (LHD).
The unit inclination can now be selected in degrees by turning the right
rotary control
and pressing to confirm.
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Unit inclination corresponds to vertical inclination. A positive value means upward inclination of the front of the unit.
The number of wheel impulses per wheel revolution (if known) can then
be selected by turning the right rotary control
and pressing to confirm.
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If the number of wheel impulses per wheel revolution is not
known, "$ must be selected. It is then not possible
to enter tyre data.
The previously entered data is displayed once more. If the data entered
is correct, press the right rotary control .
If correction is necessary, select & by turning the right rotary
control
and press to confirm. The values can then be re-entered.
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Once the previously entered data has been confirmed, the tyre data can
be entered or self-calibration can be started.
To enter the tyre data, select "!!&#" by turning the
right rotary control
and press to confirm.
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Enter the correct tyre size using the right rotary control and confirm the
entry by pressing for more than 2 seconds.
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Example:
Specification in vehicle registration papers: 185/55R15
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Input into unit: 185/055/015
Then select between $!&! and " !&! by
turning the right rotary control
to enter the approximate tread depth
value.
Press the right rotary control
to confirm the selection.
The previously entered data is displayed once more. If the data entered
is correct, press the right rotary control .
If correction is necessary, select & by turning the right rotary
control
and press to confirm. The values can then be re-entered.
After confirming the tyre data or the previously confirmed point !!
! , the adjacent display appears.
After a short time, the unit switches to the main navigation menu or the
calibration ride is requested.
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The unit is now in calibration status 2. Absolute precision
is, however, only achieved as of calibration status 3.
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6WDWXVRIFDOLEUDWLRQULGH! In the Service Mode, select ! using the right rotary
control
and press to confirm.
The calibration status (e.g. !!P ) and the type of positioning (e.g.
) are displayed. After completing calibration, the street in which you
are currently driving is displayed (provided that it is digitised) instead
of $ and #Y .
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In the Service Mode, select "! ! using the right rotary
control
and press to confirm.
If is displayed, press the 1DY button. The unit switches back to the
Service Mode.
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Move the vehicle several metres forwards or backwards for the
GAL signal function test.
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The number after $P should increase (even at a low
speed).
The number after $P should not increase if idling or
pressing the accelerator when the vehicle is parked.
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Engage the reverse gear for the reverse signal function test.
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The number after #YP should jump from to ( to ).
Drive round a bend to test the function of the internal sensors.
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The values after %P and
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should change.
In order to quit the sensor test, press the
back to the Service Mode.
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button. The unit switches
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In the Service Mode, select ! ! using the right rotary
control
and press to confirm.
The announcement "Please insert Navigation CD" is given.
By pressing the right rotary control , the announcement can be
repeated.
After completing the test, press the 1DY button. The unit switches
back to the Service Mode.
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'HPR0RGH The demo mode is intended for demonstration purposes. A fixed location is given to the unit (Hamburg Werderstaße).
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In the Service Mode, select S using the right rotary
control
and press to confirm.
Select between and by briefly pressing the right rotary
control . By holding down the right rotary control , the
selection is confirmed.
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You can now enter a destination as described in the operation
guide.
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To switch off the demo mode, select with the right rotary
control
and press to confirm.
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Reversing lamp signal
Telephone mute / clearing function
Permanent positive (terminal 30)
Control output for automatic antenna/amplifier
Illumination (terminal 58)
Switched positive (terminal 15)
Earth (terminal 31)
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LineOut rear right
AF earth
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AF telephone input
Earth - telephone input
Special connection for Becker CD changer
CD AF earth (AUX)
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CD AF right (AUX)
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