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PCM 2.0/2.1 (PCMII) in MY04 Cayenne S


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I have a CDR23 that I am planning to replace with the PCM unit. I noticed that there are two types available, one is 2.0 and the other is 2.1 (PCM II?). My questions are:

What is the difference between the two?

Can I use PCM 2.1 in MY04?

Do both support SIM cards?

Thanks

Dan

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Euro 2.0 supported SimCard, 2.1 in the US. No 04 US models supported phones.

You could put 2.1 in an 04 but it will be a hell of a job.

I have a CDR23 that I am planning to replace with the PCM unit. I noticed that there are two types available, one is 2.0 and the other is 2.1 (PCM II?). My questions are:

What is the difference between the two?

Can I use PCM 2.1 in MY04?

Do both support SIM cards?

Thanks

Dan

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So can a Euro 2.0 be installed in o4 Cayenne and be able to use the SIM functionality?

Thanks

Dan

Euro 2.0 supported SimCard, 2.1 in the US. No 04 US models supported phones.

You could put 2.1 in an 04 but it will be a hell of a job.

I have a CDR23 that I am planning to replace with the PCM unit. I noticed that there are two types available, one is 2.0 and the other is 2.1 (PCM II?). My questions are:

What is the difference between the two?

Can I use PCM 2.1 in MY04?

Do both support SIM cards?

Thanks

Dan

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If you mean in the USA the answer is no I dont think so.

Also FYI the phone prep kit was a bit of a joke as PAG had almost no solution, a proprietary plug and play cradle with specific cradles for certain phone types.

So can a Euro 2.0 be installed in o4 Cayenne and be able to use the SIM functionality?

Thanks

Dan

Euro 2.0 supported SimCard, 2.1 in the US. No 04 US models supported phones.

You could put 2.1 in an 04 but it will be a hell of a job.

I have a CDR23 that I am planning to replace with the PCM unit. I noticed that there are two types available, one is 2.0 and the other is 2.1 (PCM II?). My questions are:

What is the difference between the two?

Can I use PCM 2.1 in MY04?

Do both support SIM cards?

Thanks

Dan

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