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Thanks RFM, could you please be a little more specific, the techs at my dealer freely admit that they don't play with PIWIS much so mine will be the first one they try this on and I would like to give them some clues

If not thats OK, do you know if it will mess up anything, like maps etc


Yes, change the coding.
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Go in the PIWIS menu PCM and change the coding to the country in Europe of your choice ( f.ex. Germany ) to receive the best European radio frequencies. Same for NAVI and you need European CD/DVD as well. I'm not sure if you can use the telephone, the frequency is different and the phone box under the passenger seat cant communicate in Europe, i think!! If it will work you need a SIM card, small problem, SIM cards sold in phone stores are pay & go and works mostly only in the country of purchase. In other words could be a problem to have a call to the US. It is recommended to do conversion as short in time as possible before you leave your country.

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