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Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 2

Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 2
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This satellite splitter will allow you to keep your factory XM or Sirius satellite radio in your 2005.5 2006 2008 2008 2009 2010 Audi or 2008 2009 2010 Volkswagen Touareg when adding an iPod or an Aux Auxiliary Audio input interface
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In some Audi & Volkswagen vehicles with factory installed satellite radio you cannot add an iPod or Auxiliary audio input adapter without disabling the satellite because they share the port. We have designed splitters that allow you to use both. This splitter works with the factory iPod adapter as well as any aftermarket unit. It can be installed after you have already disabled the satellite radio in your vehicle as long as you have not taken out the satellite radio tuner. This is a part we designed and manufactured ourselves.

Compatible Cars

Audi A3 2008 2009 2010 with factory installed RNS-E Navigation Radio
This splitter can be used but must be run to the Satellite tuner in the back left of the trunk. We recommend you see the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 3.

Audi A3 2008 2009 2010 with non Navigation Radio
-This splitter can be used but must be run to the Satellite tuner in the back left of the trunk. We have been told that these cars all have the glove box CD changer connection. Please check for yourself and we would appreciate it if you let us know info@enfig.com. If your car has the CD changer connection in the glove box. We recommend you see the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 3.

Audi A3 2006 2007 with factory installed RNS-E Navigation Radio
This splitter can be used but must be run to the Satellite tuner in the back left of the trunk. We recommend you see the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 3.
-The CD changer must be disconnected

Audi A3 2006 2007 with non navigation radio
-If you have the CD changer connection in the glove box (we think all 2006 had it and non of the 2007 had it. Please E-mail us if you know info@enfig.com)you do not require the splitter unless you are using the Dension GW16AC2, USA Spec PA11-VW6 or factory iPod adapter that uses the CD changer port (non text). Your car has a CD changer connection in the glove box that does not disable the satellite radio. The Blitzsafe, Grom & Dice units all make a glove box version that conects in the glove box and does not disable the satellite radio. If you retrofitted the navigation radio your car may or may not have this port.
-if you have the factory iPod adapter that uses the CD changer port (non text) the conector behind the radio must be put back to stock before the Sat Pass is installed.
-if you do not have the glove box CD changer or are using the Dension GW16AC2, USA Spec PA11-VW6 or factory iPod adapter that uses the CD changer port (non text) see the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 1

Audi A4 2007 2008 with factory installed RNS-E Navigation Radio
This splitter can be used but must be run to the Satellite tuner in the back left of the trunk. We recommend you see the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 3.
-The CD changer must be disconnected

Audi A4 2007 2008 with non navigation in Dash 6 Disc radio.
-This is the correct Sat Pass. The tuner is in the back left of the trunk behind the plastic panel.

Audi A4 2005.5 & 2006 with factory installed RNS-E Navigation Radio
This splitter can be used but must be run to the Satellite tuner in the back left of the trunk. We recommend you see the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 3.

Audi A4 2005.5 & 2006 with non navigation in Dash 6 Disc radio.
- See the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 1

Audi A4 2004 & Early 2005
- See the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 1

Audi A6/Allroad 2003 2004
I have seen a few of these cars with satellite radio.
- See the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 1

Audi R8
This splitter can be used but must be run to the Satellite tuner in the back left of the trunk. We recommend you see the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 3.
-The CD changer must be disconnected

Audi TT 2007 2008 2009 with factory installed RNS-E Navigation Radio
This splitter can be used but must be run to the Satellite tuner in the back left of the trunk. We recommend you see the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 3.
-The CD changer must be disconnected

Audi TT 2007 2008 2009 with non navigation in Dash 6 Disc radio.
-We have been told that all these cars have the glove box CD changer connection. Please double check and we would appreciate it if you let us know info@enfig.com
-Cars with the glove box CD changer connection do not require the splitter unless you are using the Dension GW16AC1, USA Spec PA11-VW6 or factory iPod adapter that uses the CD changer port (non text). Your car has a CD changer connection in the glove box that does not disable the satellite radio. The Blitzsafe, Grom & Dice units all have a glove box version that does not disable the satellite radio. If you retrofitted the navigation radio your car may or may not have this port. If you have the glove box CD changer connection and are using the Dension GW16AC1, USA Spec PA11-VW6 or factory iPod adapter that uses the CD changer port (non text) see the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 3.
- In you car does not have the glove box connection then this the the correct Sat Pass

- if you are using the Dension GW16AC1, USA Spec PA11-VW6 or factory iPod adapter that uses the CD changer port (non text) this is the correct Sat Pass..

Audi TT 2004 2005 2006 with non navigation in Dash 6 Disc radio.
We think satellite radio started in 2004 for the TT. If we are wrong please let us know info@enfig.com.
- See the Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 1

Volkswagen Touareg 2008 2009 2010
-This interface will work with all models. Must be run to the satellite tuner in the back right side of the trunk.

 

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Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 2
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Enfig AUDI SAT PASS 2
Excellent solution for Audi Owners
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I purchased this item along with a denison GWP1AC1 (gateway pro). I installed this item and had trouble with it working. I contacted Enfig and after some trouble shooting and sending them photos of the wiring harness, one of the wires was determined to be in the wrong place. Christian walked me through popping the wire out and placing it in the right hole, which was fairly easy. Once I did that it worked like a charm. The video online made this installation as easy as possible.
 
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