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SSTALLING OR REPLACING A RADIO SET
-e following points should be noted
-en installing a radio set:
It is advisable to use radio sets from
:~e V.A.G Accessory programme as well
as the fitting kits, aerials and suppression
sets which have been specially deve-
sted for the individual vehicle model
and are available from all V.A.G work-
t o p s . These parts are supplied with
:etailed fitting instructions.
"he use of other parts or parts from the
crevious models may cause faulty ope-
-ation of the system. Furthermore the
istallation of non-approved suppres-
sion sets can affect the registration of
the vehicle under the Construction and
Jse regulations, in cases of doubt V.A.G
.vorkshops will advise.
When installing the aerial it is essen-
tial to ensure that the hole provided by
the factory where the aerial enters the
Dody is sealed very carefully. In addition
the aerial cable, the connecting wires
and loudspeaker wires must be routed
so that they cannot chafe, rattle or get
tangled up with moving parts (e.g. pedals,
steering, heating controls etc.). Other-
wise the operation of the controls may
be affected or vehicle safety impaired.
The wiring is already installed at the
radio fitting location. The plug on this
wiring loom fits all radio sets in the
V.A.G Accessory Programme which have
a separate connection for the scale
lighting.
Radio sets with other connections must
be connected with an adapter wire which
can also be obtained from V.A.G work-
shops. If the adapter wire is not used or
if wires are cut off and left without insu-
lation there is a risk of short circuiting.
This can cause the wiring to burn out.
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