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Old 01-04-2018, 11:44 PM   #1
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Step 2.5 MK6 climatronic control

Step 2 was installing climatronic and the dual zone works real nice but knowing its possible to install the MK6 controlls bothered me.

Bought a controller off ebay and didnt know about the auto recirc at that stage. The one I got do have the auto recirc so I also bought an air quality sensor.

The trim for the controller is from a Jetta which I got from aliexpress and since a clip on my air vents were busted I got that too.

The hardest part of the install was feddi g the AQS wires from the engine bay into the cab but 2 hour lunch time sessions at work and its all done.

The best part is the interaction with my RCD510 which was missing eith the MK5 control.

Still to do:

Step 4. Painted door strips(handles done) and GTI front bumper.

Step 5. Cluster, ECU, sterring and engine changes

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Old 03-21-2018, 01:39 PM   #2
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Step 2 was installing climatronic and the dual zone works real nice but knowing its possible to install the MK6 controlls bothered me.

Bought a controller off ebay and didnt know about the auto recirc at that stage. The one I got do have the auto recirc so I also bought an air quality sensor.

The trim for the controller is from a Jetta which I got from aliexpress and since a clip on my air vents were busted I got that too.

The hardest part of the install was feddi g the AQS wires from the engine bay into the cab but 2 hour lunch time sessions at work and its all done.

The best part is the interaction with my RCD510 which was missing eith the MK5 control.
I recently picked up a mk6 climatronic panel and the surround for my GTI. I'm assuming you had to repin and perform the basic settings?
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Old 03-26-2018, 12:32 AM   #3
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I recently picked up a mk6 climatronic panel and the surround for my GTI. I'm assuming you had to repin and perform the basic settings?
Yep since mine is a 2005 I had to repin connector A and C

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Yep since mine is a 2005 I had to repin connector A and C

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Did holding AC+rear defrost button work for you getting the a/c compressor to stay on?
I tried it but thinking maybe I didn't long press it for enough time..
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Old 04-02-2018, 08:59 PM   #5
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Did holding AC+rear defrost button work for you getting the a/c compressor to stay on?
I tried it but thinking maybe I didn't long press it for enough time..
I dont think I had a problem but through the process of installing I did try all the button combinations from various forums.
It all just worked in the end so not sure which bits was necessary and which not

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I dont think I had a problem but through the process of installing I did try all the button combinations from various forums.
It all just worked in the end so not sure which bits was necessary and which not

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I'll keep trying it then. Everything else seems to work as it should except that... but that's the same issue it seems most people have at first. I've got at least a month to get it working before its actually "a/c" hot outside LOL
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