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    Factory rns-e wiring for CD changer AND satellite radio?

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    Riddle me this - How are the factory navigation B6/B7s wired that allow for plug-n-play satellite radio if it's the satellite radio module itself that allows the dual audio input to the CD-L/R audio input pins on the rns-e mini iso connector?

    Did the factory nav cars automatically come with the sat module?

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    Apparently, car with Sat prep already had the audio wires heading back to the Sat tuner.. but instead of a module to switch inputs, there was just a connector to reroute the audio signal back up to the head unit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jj94tt View Post
    Apparently, car with Sat prep already had the audio wires heading back to the Sat tuner.. but instead of a module to switch inputs, there was just a connector to reroute the audio signal back up to the head unit.

    Exactly. The connector has 3 loops the signal came in and back out.
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