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Remove Gamma 4 head unit

Discussion in 'T4 California Technical' started by berg86, Jan 31, 2019.

  1. berg86
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    berg86

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    1996
    Hi!

    Searched and cannot find the answer to this..
    I have the Gamma 4 head unit with cd changer, I can not seem to find any slot in this for removal tools?!

    Does anyone know how to remove this unit?
    And is there an ISO connection on the back or will I need to re-route cables?

    Thanks in advance.
    Cheers
     
  2. mrcheesbrough
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    mrcheesbrough

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    2001
    Hey. Any chance of a photo of your setup? I think I know how to remove the head unit as I removed a similar one from our SEAT Alhambra. The wiring for the unit should be standardised but if you’re replacing the unit with a modern aftermarket one you may need to modify it slightly to maintain a permanent supply for the memory.


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  3. Vwolder
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    Vwolder

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    1993
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    You can make your own tools by cutting a credit card (use your wifes )



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  4. mrcheesbrough
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    mrcheesbrough

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    T4 PopTop
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    2001
    Ha ha. I doubt you’d be popular after that. Those are exactly the keys I have and what I was going to suggest you look for. You’re upgrading?


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