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Volkswagen RNS 510 Voice Commands for CD, Media, Navigation, Radio and Phone

Using Voice Commands with the RNS 510 requires a compatible bluetooth kit or a microphone to be added – Volkswagen RNS 510 Microphone Connection for voice control.

If you have the Skoda Bluetooth installed you can have two sets of voice commands, one activated by pressing the button on the RNS 510 and the other by pressing the steering wheel button see Volkswagen / Skoda Bluetooth Voice Commands for more information.

Top Level Commands

  • CD
  • Map (Open Maps)
  • Media
  • Navigation
  • Media
  • Map
  • Radio
  • Phone

Generic Commands

  • Yes
  • No
  • Continue
  • Cancel
  • Help

CD

  • CD Next (if the optional six CD autochanger is fitted)
  • CD Previous (if the optional six CD autochanger is fitted)
  • Title <number>
  • Next Title
  • Previous Title

Map

  • Navigation
  • Remaining Time
  • Time of arrival
  • Remaining distance
  • Zoom In
  • Zoom Out
  • Guide me to <Destination>
  • Change Map Type (this command can often be skipped)
    • 2D
    • 3D
    • Traffic
  • Setup Scale (this command can often be skipped)
    • One Kilometre
    • Six Hundred Metres
    • Various other size commands
  • Split Screen
    • Compass
    • GPS Viewer
    • Position Map
  • <Voice tag>

Media and MDI

  • Select Title
  • Next Title
  • Previous Title
  • Next Folder
  • Previous Folder
  • Repeat
  • Mix
  • Scan
  • Music
    • Play
    • Pause
    • Stop
    • Next Track
    • Previous Track
    • Next Page (Scrolls Down)
    • Previous Page (Scrolls Up)
    • <number> (Play related song)

Navigation

  • Map
  • Enter Destination
    • City Centre
    • Postcode
    • Place
    • Address
    • Home
    • <Other voice tags here>
      • Save (To save address)
      • Start (To start navigation)
      • Activate Route Guidance
      • Stop Route Guidance
  • Enter Address
  • Enter City
  • Enter Street
  • Remaining Distance
  • Time of Arrival
  • Start Route Guidance
  • Stop Route Guidance
  • <Voice tag>
  • Guide me to <destination>

Radio

  • Preset <number>
  • Band AM
  • Band FM
  • Band DAB
  • Band SAT
  • Memory List
  • Frequency <ninety seven point three for 97.3 for example)
  • Channel List or Station List
  • Channel <name> or Station <name>
  • Channel <number> or Station <number>
  • Next Channel or Next Station
  • Previous Channel or Previous Station

Phone

  • Call <Bob Jones> at Home/Work/Mobile
    • Dial (Commence calling)
    • Cancel (Cancel calling)
  • Dial Number <number>
    • Dial (Commence calling)
    • Cancel (Cancel calling)
  • Dial Name
  • Redial
  • Phone Book
    • <Name>
      • Call
      • Change
      • Reset Name
      • Next Entry
      • Previous Entry
    • Read All
  • Call History
    • Received Calls
      • Call
    • Missed Calls
      • Call
    • Dialed Numbers
      • Call
  • <Voice tag>
  • Preset [1-6]
  • Settings
    • Short Dialog
    • Long Dialog
    • Bluetooth
      • Bluetooth Visibility
      • Change PIN
    • Reset Factory Defaults

 

Volkswagen 9WZ Bluetooth Programming

Part number: 3C8 035 730 A (3C8035730A)

Byte 0 Language:
00?
01 German
02 English
03 French
04 Italians
05 Spanish
06 Portuguese
08 Czech
07-09-FF not allowed

Byte 1. Voice Command:
00 Activated
01 Disabled

Byte 2. Type Microphone:
Parameter 00 1 / microphone VW
01 parameters 2 / microphone VW
10 parameters 1 / microphone Audi
02-03, 11-13 parameter set 3-4 / VW and Audi

Byte 3. Diagnosis antenna:
00 Active
01 Inactive

Byte 4. Diagnosis fixing Laptop (Überwachung Baseplate):
00 Active
01 Inactive

Byte 5. Mute (cooperating):
00 Active
01 Inactive

Byte 6. Control unit for the mobile phone preparation (module three keys):
00 Module 3-button activate / SMS possible
01 Module 3-button inactive / SMS possible
10 3-button activate / SMS is not possible
11 3-button inactive / SMS is not possible

Byte 7. Multimedia function:
00 BT Audio Active / Active Multimedia Context
01 BT inactive Audio / Multimedia Assets Background
10 BT Audio disabled Active / Inactive Multimedia Context
11 BT inactive Audio / Multimedia Background Off

Byte 8. Type of registration of mobile phone:
00 Supporting THB
01 Support VDA
10 Support Paragon

Byte 9. Function call for help:
00 People with disabilities
01 Activated

Byte 10. Fuel Type:
00 Unknown
01 Gasoline
04 Diesel
05 LPG
06 Natural Gas
08 Electricity
10 Hydrogen

Byte 11. Vehicle type:
00 M1
01-05 M2 and N1-3-3

Inside the Volkswagen / Skoda Bluetooth Car Kit

Inside the Volkswagen / Skoda Bluetooth Car Kit

The bluetooth car kit is built around a TDA7590 a high performances, fully programmable 24-bit, 120 MIPS. Digital signal processor (DSP), designed to support several speech and audio applications, as automatic speech recognition, speech synthesis, MP3 decoding, echo and noise cancellation.

Nevertheless, the embedded CODE Cs bandwidth and the generic processing engine allow to proceed also full-band audio signals. The large amount of on-chip memory (128 Kwords), together with the 16 Mwords external memory addressable and the 32 general purpose I/O pins permit to build a DSP-system avoiding the usage of an additional microcontroller.

The presence of serial and parallel interfaces allows easy connection with external devices including CODECs, DSPs, microprocessors and personal computers.

In particular, the debug/JTAG interface permits the on-chip emulation of the firmware developed. Further, the presence of the timers and watchdog block makes TDA7590 suitable for PWM processing and allows the integration of a system watchdog.

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Build harness using connector housings and repair wires for Volkswagen Skoda Bluetooth Install

Whilst this guide is intended for the Volkswagen Skoda Bluetooth kit harness it applies to anything that requires interfacing to the quad lock connector on the rear of the head unit or that uses similar connectors around the car. This guide specifically for 2 x power connections and 2 x data connections.

The way this works is you remove the terminal from the housing, join that terminal to the matching terminal and insert the opposite terminal into the housing.

First you need to obtain the connector housings and repair wires.

  • 1 x 000 979 133 (000979133) – 1mm repair wire – CAN bus Hi and Lo female.
  • 1 x 000 979 134 (000979134) – 1mm repair wire – CAN bus Hi and Lo male.
  • 1 x 000 979 225 (000979225) – 2.5mm repair wire – 12v and ground female.
  • 1 x 000 979 226 (000979226) – 2.5mm repair wire – 12v and ground male.
  • 4 x 191 972 701 (191972701) – Housing
  • 4 x 191 972 711 (191972711) – Connector Housing
Alternatively you could replace the four housings and connector housings with a single housing and connector housing.
  • 1 x 1J0 972 704 (1J0972704)  – Housing
  • 1 x 191 972 714 (191972714) – Connector Housing

Step 1 – Cut the four repair wires in half, remove the insulation from the ends of all four and twist the exposed wire together. Do the same for the power and CAN bus wire. Join one male and one female repair wire half together (ensure that you join the 2.5mm female to the 2.5mm male) as shown and connect the ground wire to one and redo the step for the power wire.

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Step 2 – Solder each of the four repair wire halves and the two power wires from the harness as shown.

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Step 3 – Double the harness wire back on top of itself.

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Step 4 – Using heat shrink cover each soldered area as shown. Use a smaller length to cover the join and than place a longer length over the top to minimise the chances of any shorts.

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Step 5 – Repeat the last part of Step 1 with the 1mm repair wire and the CAN bus cable.

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Step 6 – Place a piece of coloured heatshrink on one male/female CAN bus set, ensure that these are connected to the same wire! This allows you to ensure that you have hooked this up correctly later on. Repeat for the power set of cables.

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Step 7 – This should be the finished result. Next tape it up using fabric adhesive tape – Fabric Adhesive Tape for wiring looms and harnesses

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Step 8 – Install the housings and connector housings on the exposed terminals.

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Step 9 – This is the finished harness ready for install.

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Volkswagen Skoda Bluetooth Car Kit Microphone Install in Volkswagen Golf

Installing the microphone requires removal of the A-Pillar Trims, the sun visor and part of the overhead console. The final parts of the install such as the connecting to a bluetooth car kit or the RNS 510 are covered separately.

Step 1 – Volkswagen Golf A-Pillar Trims – Removal and Installation

Step 2 – Pop off the screw cap using a fine screwdriver on the sun visor mount closest to the pillar and undo the torx screw, than tilt the bracket forward which will allow the sunvisor to hang from it’s harness for the illuminated mirror (if fitted – otherwise you can remove it completely).

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Step 3 – Remove the light fitting using a trim removal tool and and gently levering on the side closest to the door. Now you insert the end of the microphone cable at the top of the A pillar and jiggle the wire around until you can pull it through the hole left by removing the light fitting (you may want to use a draw wire, 2.5mm home electrical cable is ideal).

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Step 4 – Using a trim removal tool and working from the side that is towards the rear of the car pop the cover off that covers the area where the microphone installs (microphone installs in the rectangular area shown towards the top of the photo on the right hand side).

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Step 5 -Undo the two torx screws visible in Step 4 above and gently pull the panel down working from the side closest to the rear of the car as there are a few clips at the front holding it in place. Disconnect the wires to make installing the microphone easier.

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Step 6 – Using a draw wire bring the microphone cable over to the console area.

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Step 7 – Remove the foam piece and install the microphone, it only goes in one way and is a tight fit.

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Step 8 – To prevent rattles in the ceiling wrap the cable that runs from the A pillar with foam or rubber tape, make sure you wrap it along the length and cable tie it at each so if the adhesive fails due to the heat it won’t unwrap itself.

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Step 9 – Connect the cable to the microphone and wrap the connectors with foam tape to prevent rattles. Reconnect the harness that connects to the console at this stage. And put the overhead console and mirror light back together.

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Stage 10 – Cable tie the microphone down the A-Pillar as shown to prevent rattles and to keep it out of the way of the airbag.

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Stage 11 – Re-install the A-Pillar following these instructions – Volkswagen Golf A-Pillar Trims – Removal and Installation

Volkswagen / Skoda Bluetooth Housings and Pins

Bluetooth Connector – use by Volkswagen, Skoda, Seat and Audi.

Main Connector – 54-pin (18×3) – blue- 4E0 972 144 (4E0972144)

  • Pins – N/A
  • Repair Wire 0.5mm – 000 979 010 (000979010)
  • Repair Wire 1.0mm – N/A
  • Repair Wire 2.5mm – N/A

Male

  • Pins – N/A
  • Repair Wire 0.5mm – N/A
  • Repair Wire 1.0mm – N/A
  • Repair Wire 2.5mm – N/A

Microphone – 2-pin (2×1) – microphone

  • Pins – N/A
  • Repair Wire 0.5mm – 000 979 018 (000979018)
  • Repair Wire 1.0mm – N/A
  • Repair Wire 2.5mm – N/A

Male – 8D0 972 643 (8D0972643)

  • Pins – N/A
  • Repair Wire 0.5mm – 000 979 017 (000979017)
  • Repair Wire 1.0mm – N/A
  • Repair Wire 2.5mm – N/A

Volkswagen RNS 510 Microphone Connection for voice control

Adding a microphone to the RNS 510 to enable voice control is a simple process and there are a number of ways to go about it.

vw_rns_510_microphone_connectionOption 1 – use the factory microphone as used in the Skoda bluetooth kit

The factory microphone is fitted in the overhead console and run to the rear of the RNS 510 (green highlighted connectors).

Parts Required

  • 1 x 3B0 035 711 B41 (3B0035711B41) – Microphone – Satin Black
  • 1 x 8D0 972 643 (8D0972643) – 2 Pin Housing
    • 1 x 000 979 017 (000979017) – Repair Wire 0.5mm
  • 1 x 3B7 035 447 B (3B7035447B) – 12 Pin Green Housing
    • 1 x 000 979 009 (000979009) – Repair Wire 0.5mm
  • 3m of microphone cable
    • 2 core 14/.020 shielded cable (DRAKA DE FLRYWBYM 0.5-A+0.5-A is suitable) or
    • RG174 with 2mm and 3mm heat shrink tubing.
    • The 2 core cable is the easiest to connect you don’t need to heatshrink the shield and use it as the ground.

Install the microphone into the overhead compartment. Join the microphone wire to the 2 pin housing and route via the A pillar to the rear of the RNS 510 and connect to pins 1 and 7. The repair wires are cut into two giving you two pins. Ensure you have the polarity correct!

Option 2 – use the factory microphone that is used with the Skoda bluetooth kit

This routes the cable from the microphone to the RNS 510 (green highlighted connectors) and from the RNS 510 (purple highlighted connectors) to the bluetooth instead of it running from the microphone directely to the bluetooth unit.

Parts Required

  • 2 x 000 979 009 (000979009) – Repair Wire 0.5mm
  • 3m of microphone cable
    • 2 core 14/.020 shielded cable (DRAKA DE FLRYWBYM 0.5-A+0.5-A is suitable) or
    • RG174 with 2mm and 3mm heat shrink tubing.
    • The 2 core cable is the easiest to connect you don’t need to heatshrink the shield and use it as the ground.

Cut the existing microphone cable around 5cm back from the Skoda bluetooth connector and route this to the rear of the RNS 510 along with one end of the microphone cable. The cable from the microphone is trimmed to the correct length and connected to the repair wire that has been cut into two. Keep the length of the repair wire as short as possible (under 5cm) to maintain the shielding. This cable connects to pins 1 and 7.

The new cable that you also have behind the RNS 510 is connected to repair wire cut in two and pins 4 and 9 and the other end after being trimmed is connected where you cut off the microphone cable at the Skoda bluetooth connector. Ensure you have the polarity correct!

Option 3 – use a 3rd party microphone (not tested nor has this been documented)

  • 1 x 3B7 035 447 B (3B7035447B) – 12 Pin Green Housing
    • 1 x 000 979 009 (000979009) – Repair Wire 0.5mm
  • 1-3m of microphone cable depending on microphone location

Install the microphone, connect to the microphone wire and route to the rear of the RNS 510 and connect to pins 1 and 7. The repair wire is cut into two giving you two pins. Ensure you have the polarity correct!

After the hardware has been sorted coding is required on the head unit using Vagcom/VCDS.

Open controller 37 and click on coding.

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Click on Long Coding Helper

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Select Byte 3 and Bit 1 to enable Microphone Diagnostics (not essential but will alert you to problems with Microphone)

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Finally deselect Byte 7 and Bit 1 to enable voice control and save the settings.

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Multi Function Steering Wheel – Voice activation (optional)

If you car is fitted with the Multi Function Steering Wheel you can modify the mute button (* on the VW models) to activate the voice feature. This will not work if you have the Skoda car kit as this uses the mute buttone (*) for it’s voice dialling, no workaround has been found at this time so use the top right hand button adjacant to the dvd slot to active the feature.

Controller 16 – Steering

Select Coding 07 and you should see a 7 digit softcode which will be in the format 00xxxxx

The 4th digit from the right corresponds to the steering wheel variant. If you have a 4 spoke Multi Function Steering Wheel without the Cruise Control buttons it should be a 2. Change this to a 3 and that should convert your Mute button to activate the Voice Dialling.

Software version 0101 or lower

0?xxxxxVehicle Type

  • 0 = Normal
  • 1 = Special Purpose (e.g Taxi)

0x?xxxxTransmission

  • 0 = Manual Transmission
  • 1 = Automatic Transmission

0xx?xxxSteering Wheel

  • 0 = Steering Wheel without Multifunction
  • 1 = 3-Spoke Steering Wheel without Multifunction
  • 2 = 3/4-Spoke Steering Wheel with Multifunction without Cruise & Voice Control
  • 3 = 3/4-Spoke Steering Wheel with Multifunction with Cruise & Voice Control

0xxx?xxAdditional Equipment

  • +1 = Tiptronic (Shift Paddels)

0xxxx?xBoard Computer / Cruise Control System (CCS)

  • 0 = w/o Board Computer and w/o Cruise Control System (CCS)
  • 1 = with Board Computer and w/o Cruise Control System (CCS)
  • 2 = w/o Board Computer and with Cruise Control System (CCS)
  • 4 = with Board Computer and with Cruise Control System (CCS)

0xxxxx?Rear Wiper

  • 1 = Rear Wiper not installed
  • 2 = Rear Wiper installed

Software version 0110 or higher

0?xxxxxDriver-Assistance-Systems

  • 0 = Driver-Assistance-Systems not installed
  • 0 = Message for Driver-Assistance-Systems active w/o Button
  • 1 = Message for Driver-Assistance-Systems inactive w/o Button
  • 2 = Message for Driver-Assistance-Systems active with Button
  • 3 = Message for Driver-Assistance-Systems inactive with Button

0x?xxxxVehicle Type

  • 0 = Normal
  • 1 = Special Purpose with Multi-Function Control Module (Steer. Column. Contr. Mod. as Master)
  • 2 = Special Purpose with Multi-Function Control Module (Multi-Function Contr. Mod. as Master)

0xx?xxxTransmission

  • 0 = Manual Transmission
  • 1 = Automatic Transmission

0xxx?xxMulti-Function Steering Wheel

  • 0 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel not installed
  • 5 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel w/o Tiptronic and w/o Push-To-Talk (PTT) installed
  • 6 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel with Tiptronic and no Push-To-Talk (PTT) installed
  • 7 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel w/o Tiptronic and with Push-To-Talk (PTT) installed
  • 8 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel with Tiptronic and with Push-To-Talk (PTT) installed

0xxxx?xCruise Control System (CCS) and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

  • 0 = Cruise Control System (CCS) not installed
  • 1 = Cruise Control System (CCS) with 6 Positions via separate Stalk installed
  • 2 = Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with 6 Positions via separate Stalk installed
  • 3 = Cruise Control System (CCS) with 4 Positions via Blinker Stallk installed
  • 4 = Cruise Control System (CCS) via Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed
  • 5 = Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) via Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed

0xxxxx?Rear Wiper and Board Computer

  • 1 = Rear Wiper not installed / Board Computer via Wiper Stalk not installed
  • 2 = Rear Wiper installed / Board Computer via Wiper Stalk not installed
  • 3 = Rear Wiper not installed / Board Computer via Wiper Stalk verbaut
  • 4 = Rear Wiper installed / Board Computer via Wiper Stalk installed

Volkswagen / Skoda Bluetooth Part Numbers

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  1. See Volkswagen / Skoda Model Differences for part numbers and details
  2. 1Z0 035 815 (1Z0035815) – Holder
  3. 1Z0 971 813 xxx (1Z0971813 xxx) – Covering
    1. 62U – Black/Aqua
    2. 3AU – Ivory
  4. 6U0 819 055 (6U0 819 055) – Clip
  5. N 909 460 01 (N90946001) – Expanding nut (6×10,2)
  6. N 906 674 02 (N90667402) – Hexagonal head bolt (M6x10)
  7. 3B0 035 711 B41 (3B0035711B41) – Microphone – Satin Black
    1. 3B0 035 711 B (3B0035711B) – Microphone (base part number)
  8. 8P0 035 503 E (8P0035503E) – Bluetooth Aerial

Volkswagen / Skoda Bluetooth Voice Commands

Operation of the bluetooth voice operation mode for the Harman/Becker bluetooth system fitted to Volkswagen / Skoda / Seat and some Audi models is straightforward but may require coding by your dealer or Vagcom/VCDS.

Models that have voice control include

1Z0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 1T0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 5P0 035 729 A (5P0035729A)
1Z0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 1T0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 5P0 035 729 A (5P0035729A)
1Z0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 1T0 035 729 A (1T0035729A) = 5P0 035 729 A (5P00035729A)
1Z0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 1T0 035 729 A (1T0035729A) = 5P0 035 729 A (5P0035729A)

If you have a full height MFD operation of the phone can be controlled through that interface including access to the phone book. The RNS 510 ads to this by allowing you to search the phonebook of the phone easily, store names and numbers locally and start and end calls.

Pressing the star button (formally mute) on the Multi-functions steering wheel will mute the audio source at the time (except navigation instructions) and a tone will be heard at which time commands can be spoken to the unit.

List of possible commands
Say “Help” after the tone and the bluetooth unit will speak a list of commands.

Dial number by speaking.

  • Say “Dial Number” after the tone and say each digit, you may group the digits by pausing and the digits will be repeated back. If there is anerror say “Back” and that group of digits will be deleted and you may continue on. Once the digital have been confirmed correctly say “Dial” andthe bluetooth unit will respond with “The number is being dialed”. Saying “Cancel” at any point up until dialling will exit the bluetooth voice operation mode.

Redialling

  • Say “Redial” after the tone and the bluetooth unit will respond with “The number is being dialed”.

PhoneBook Operation

  • The voice phonebook is a seperate phonebook that is stored in the bluetooth unit seperately to your handset. The bluetooth unit has a capacity of 50 Names and Numbers.

Storing numbers in phonebook

  • Say “Store Name” after the tone and follow the instructions given by the bluetooth system. You will say the name twice before saying the number.

Playback of phonebook

  • Say “Phonebook” after the tone and the bluetooth system will play back the enteries in the phonebook in the order stored.

Dialing phonebook

  • Say “Name” after the tone and the bluetooth system will respond with “Say the name”. Respond with the name and the bluetooth unit will confirm theentry, if the entry is correct say “Dial” and the bluetooth system will respond with “The number is being dialed”

Volkswagen / Skoda Bluetooth Model Differences

There are currently four versions of the Volkswagen / Skoda Bluetooth available.

This kit can now be factory fitted in some countries (code is 9W3 hence why some refer to this kit using that code)

1Z0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A)

  • For white dot MFD cars (CC , Mark VI, MY09 Passat)
  • Production until 25/05/2009
  • Replaced by 1Z0 035 729 D (1Z0035729D)

1Z0 035 729 B  (1Z0035729B)

  • For red dot MFD cars (Tiguan, Mark V, MY08 Passat and earlier)

1Z0 035 729 D (1Z0035729D)

  • For white dot MFD cars (CC , Mark VI, MY09 Passat)
  • A2DP
  • Production from 25/05/2009 to 22/06/2009
  • Replaced by 1Z0 035 729 C (1Z0035729C)

1Z0 035 729 C (1Z0035729C)

  • For white dot MFD cars (CC , Mark VI, MY09 Passat)
  • A2DP
  • Production from 22/06/2009

1Z0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 1T0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 5P0 035 729 A (5P0035729A)
1Z0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 1T0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 5P0 035 729 A (5P0035729A)
1Z0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 1T0 035 729 A (1T0035729A) = 5P0 035 729 A (5P00035729A)
1Z0 035 729 A (1Z0035729A) = 1T0 035 729 A (1T0035729A) = 5P0 035 729 A (5P0035729A)