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About japerezmd

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  • Birthday 08/05/1955

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    Cayenne Turbo 2006
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    BMW Z4 2004
    FJ Cruiser 2007
  1. The new Tequipment Cayenne 5/2007 ( up to MY 2006) has a music player interface which is integrated to the center console storage compartment and enables an external music player ( iPod, MP3 player etc.) to be connected via the PCM or CDR-23 radio. Part no. 955 044 902 90. Anyone have this installed? Price? were can it be bought? :eek:
  2. Ok here it is: http://forums.rennlist.com/rennforums/show...ght=dension+500 Have Fun :beer:
  3. Sent you a email with link! I finished mine today works great! :clapping: Sound was improved also :thumbup:
  4. After doing some reaserch on the net :drive: I found a post in another forum that addresses all the questions, bugs and "not sure" on this topic. :clapping: The DIY instructions given and the COLOR pictures + the instructions at the Dension GateWay 500 site, give me suficient confidence to takle the project. I will be installing it today. :jump: Since the post is in another forum not sure if I can give the link in this post. If I can let me know I will glady give the link. :beer:
  5. Do you have any pictures of the Dension unit installed in the trunk? I bought a Gateway 500 unit and I am curious of how you secured the unit. Thanks!! PS: I will be intalling mine this week end.
  6. You can get it for $599 + $89 for the plug n play option?? directly with NAV-TV. You can email them at Gary@nav-tv.com. Gary Tepper is the National Sales Manager. ;)
  7. Do you have any pictures? What's the Plug and play option? :clapping:
  8. There is a new Navigation DVD for PCM for 2007. The new DVD includes Canada, North America, Mexico, Hawaii and PUERTO RICO. I installed the DVD in my Cayenne TT and it works perfectly in Puerto Rico. The update is part number 997.642.257.03 :clapping: :jump: :drive:
  9. Have any of you installed the new OPi-P ipod interface by NA-TV? Is it true CD changer will not work when interface is installed? :huh:
  10. I found out they fit but cannot be doubled as a spolier, which is the intention on the Toureg( posterior placement of both roof racks) I guess best option would be original OEM Cayenne roof racks and then paint them black!! :( I found out they fit but cannot be doubled as a spoiler, which is the intention on the Toureg( posterior placement of both roof racks) I guess best option would be original OEM Cayenne roof racks and then paint them black!! :(
  11. The one sold by Carnewal! ;) He sells his own? gotta be rinspeed, cargraphic or techart.. i'll call Gert Alex: Did you find out??
  12. I would go with the original OEM parts, I used the original dark walnut, pice of cake! Remember you get what you pay for!! ;)
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