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Re: mk6 climate into 2006 mk5 gti
« Reply #105 on: June 01, 2016, 10:45:36 PM »
I think i have to disconnect the clima and see if it works...  :sad1:

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Re: mk6 climate into 2006 mk5 gti
« Reply #106 on: June 09, 2016, 07:19:20 AM »
Well, I did mine on Saturday. Still haven't had the repair wires show up but didn't seem to need them. Where were they supposed to go anyway.
I used andy-uk's wiring diagram as mine is a 2005. Thanks heaps Andy.
The hardest part was finding where to get the wires through the firewall and into the car and being able to do it without pulling half the car to bits. Eventually found a way that was very easy.

I just cut and soldered all the necessary wires and put it together, did the basic settings thing with the buttons on the climatronic unit and all seems to be working fine.
Okay, I have an error due to non-single flap motor as discussed earlier, but otherwise I'm a happy chappy.

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Re: mk6 climate into 2006 mk5 gti
« Reply #107 on: June 09, 2016, 02:05:39 PM »
Update. It is my balupunkt stereo that doesen't speak with my cluster anymore... Think it could be due to an update i made... If I connect my rcd300 the audio meny pops up in my mfd BUT still can't change son with buttons on the steering wheel?! The climatronic can't be reached by vcds or odis.... But it works and show up on the blaupunkt...?!

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Re: mk6 climate into 2006 mk5 gti
« Reply #108 on: March 08, 2018, 09:33:26 PM »
I'm really struggling with this mod and can't get it to work :(

There are loads of guides, been scouring the net for ages but every one leaves guess work :(

Plug 'A' black
remove pin 16 and remove pin 20
put wire 16 in hole 20 and leave wire 20 loose.

Plug 'B'
pin 6 to pin 7
I already have a wire in pin 7
do I remove wire 7 and leave it out?

Plug 'C'
pin 7 to pin 10
I already have a wire in pin 10
do I remove wire 10 and leave that out?

Plug 'C'
pin 8 to pin 9
I already have a wire in pin 9
do I remove wire 9 and leave that out?

Sorry to bring this up again but if the above wires are to be 'joined'
I'd like to know.  I don't wish to just join wires and hope for no smoke :(

Also I'll need to fit Aie Quality Sensor later

Thats confusing too.
Some guides state connector 'C' but I think it means Connector 'A'
as it mentions the earlier 16 to 20 wire swap earlier on connector 'A'

Pin 1 to pin 20 - well that now has wire 16 in.
(or does it mean joined to the 'now floating wire 20' and not actually in the socket at all)

Pin 2 to  pin 19
That also already has a wire in pin 19 are these joined or what?
Pin 3 to pin 4  I think that is empty.

@Eddie-NL
If I buy a conversion loom off you, I hear you make them up.
Is it just a plug & play loom with all three plugs and sockets to simply pliug inline?


I'm pulling my hair out here....LoL

Im sorry for bringing this back up but im also confused about this:

Quote
Motors in parallel:
On C Connector (brown): Pin 7 connected to Pin 10 and Pin 8 connected to Pin 9
On B Connector (black): Pin 6 to Pin 7

Do i connect pin 7 to pin 10 or remove pin 10 and put 7 in its place and leave 10 out. Also the same for the other wires ?
Any pics of how the wires look afterwards  ?
Mines 2005.
Any help would be greatly appreciated (im hoping to do this at the weekend).  :confused:
Thanks..


« Last Edit: March 09, 2018, 01:40:37 PM by lee_v_dub »

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Re: mk6 climate into 2006 mk5 gti
« Reply #109 on: March 10, 2018, 06:57:25 PM »
You should do this  :

The cables you remove is to put out the second flap motor out of the game at the air intake. So therefore these won't be connnected again, and can be taped safely away.

Brown C connector - remove pin 9 (white/green)
Brown C connector - remove pin 10 (yellow/green)
Black B connector - remove pin 7 (grey/green)

These cables will take the places from the 3 cables you have removed from the text above.

Brown C connector - swap pin 7 (purple/yellow) to pin 10
Brown C connector - swap pin 8 (blue/red) to pin 9
Black B connector - swap pin 6 (green/white) to pin 7
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Re: mk6 climate into 2006 mk5 gti
« Reply #110 on: March 10, 2018, 07:09:33 PM »
You should do this  :

The cables you remove is to put out the second flap motor out of the game at the air intake. So therefore these won't be connnected again, and can be taped safely away.

Brown C connector - remove pin 9 (white/green)
Brown C connector - remove pin 10 (yellow/green)
Black B connector - remove pin 7 (grey/green)

These cables will take the places from the 3 cables you have removed from the text above.

Brown C connector - swap pin 7 (purple/yellow) to pin 10
Brown C connector - swap pin 8 (blue/red) to pin 9
Black B connector - swap pin 6 (green/white) to pin 7
Awesome! Thanks buddy...  :happy2: