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    Head Unit Installation Question

    Hi,

    I am planing to change out the CD 30 in my 09 1.7CDTI Sri for a single din unit and would like to keep functionality of my steering wheel controls.

    Now i know these questions have probably been asked/answered over and over again but i have had a search through and am still looking for some answers and hoping maybe yous could shed some light for me.

    The equipment i intend to order is as follow:
    Pioneer MVH 8200BT
    Silver Single din fascia adaptor
    ISO Vauxhall with antenna adaptor
    CTSVX002 CAN-Bus steering control adaptor
    ASC2609 steering stalk adaptor
    Pioneer CD-IU50V Direct Ipod Connector

    My questions are:
    1. Is the above all i will need to install the head unit and keep all functions of my steering wheel controls?
    2. I believe my clock automatically updates via RDS, will it continue to do so after head unit replacement? If not is there a way to do manually?
    3. With the above adaptors will i still have to splice in the 2 wires to the wires on the hazards switch?


    Sorry in advance if these questions have been asked before and i just didnt see the answers when i looked though.

    I just want to go into this with my eyes open if you know what i mean.

    Also has anyone used the Pioneer MVH-8200BT head unit before and if so could they tell me if its possible to connect the direct ipod connection into the rear of it or is there only connections at the front? If connections are only at the front maybe someone could recommend a good equivelant with connection at the rear but it also needs to have the bluetooth option included.

    Thanks in advance.
    Garry

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    You have doubled up on steering wheel controls there and one parts for the MK4 so don't order the ASC2609. Instead get the CTPIONEERLEAD

    You clock will no longer update but with the CTSVX002 it will allow you to get into the menu to manually adjust it
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    Autosparks, Thanks for the reply its appreciated.

    Dont suppose you could explain to me how to manually adjust the clock once everything is fitted.

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    Best I can do is show you this link http://www.connects2.co.uk/Instructions/SVX002.PDF
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    Thanks for all your help

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