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  1. Yes you can replace it. But you will need Harman headunit if you want all functions active
  2. Not sure if adaptation channel for that will be on that model
  3. Thats just price for codes. They still needs to be applied with ODIS online. Not with vcds, OBD11 etc
  4. Activation codes costs £187 mate. Cant see anyone doing it for free for you.
  5. Yes. Besides if you buy “hacked” unit, it will be already activated with that functions. Activation thats not something you can do with vcds. Headunit must be already hacked
  6. I’ve told you that already twice - clocks should be adapted same time as you adapting immobiliser.
  7. All warning lights on dash thats for start. Abs coding will be gone. Sensors will loose calibration and few more
  8. Dont even plug new clocks in before coding. You will have a lot of problems if you do that
  9. Yes. Easy to do either by someone who will code it or with vcds after
  10. Good advice for all with retrofitted headunits - ALWAYS remove/unplug your glovebox unit to avoid them from de-activating it. Unfortunately its how it goes with dealers
  11. As far as I know there is no such a thing like hacked gateway fella. You can have hacked headunits but not gateway. You will get Component Protection message on all controllers without online coding. Gateway is a part of CP system
  12. Wy would he need gateway for Infotainment? Not all 2014 suffer with range error with AID
  13. 200 if you lucky mate. Last time I’ve checked with my one was 250
  14. Not a all. But it mat flag out tune ODIS once connected and validate warranty, if you have any
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