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2010 A6 4F - Unable to eject Sat Nav DVD

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Hi,

 

I am unable to eject the disk from the Sat Nav drive in my new 2010 2.0TDI A6 saloon.

The drive is in the glove box, next to the 6 CD drive,  and when I press the eject button nothing happens.

 

I have tied to access [37] - Navigation with VCDS and receive the error - 'No response from Controller' Do I have a fault somewhere ? VCDS shows no errors when I scan the car.

 

Sat Nav works just fine but I want to buy an updated disk as the one in the car is the 2010 version, also would like to know if its 3G or 2G. The disc case that came in the car says its 3G P/N - 4G0 919 884 G, but nothing in the MMI menu gives me an option to select 3G and the display is 2G.

 

Any help gratefully received.

 

Cheers,

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Don't know if this drive is like most, but most legacy drives have a small (paper clip size) hole in them that when a strasightened out paper clip is inserted will manually unluck the drive & eject it.

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I could do with a newer disc for my 2005 disc.

 

I always thought VAG-Com has the facility to eject them.

 

There is another menu on these, by keeping the Set-up & Car buttons down together for 10 seconds??   the display will show a different menu.  Not sure if eject will be in there?

 

Just ignition key and first turn.

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Audi locked all the satnav drives for cars from 2010 model year. The only way to get it open is with the VCDS software. Unless you know anyone with it, you will need to go to a dealer.

 

Presumably Audi did this so that you buy the disc from them rather than getting one from ebay or elsewhere.

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Audi locked all the satnav drives for cars from 2010 model year. The only way to get it open is with the VCDS software. Unless you know anyone with it, you will need to go to a dealer.

 

Presumably Audi did this so that you buy the disc from them rather than getting one from ebay or elsewhere.

 

I was led to believe it was to stop people nicking discs from demo and courtesy cars (or swapping their 2009 disc for Audis 2010 etc)

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Thanks for the responses, appreciated. I have had the car scanned, see attached scan.

There is no option for [37] - Navigation in the scanned log. Does this mean I have a fault somewhere or is it under a different heading. I assume its 3G Nav Low as it has two SD card slots and no joy stick and I don't think hard drive.

 

 

 

 

 

Log-DG10 -WAUZZZ4F6BN011345-192250km-119458mi.txt

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All sorted thanks. I was trying the wrong Address, Ross Tech contacted me this afternoon and confirmed the correct coding. My car has Address 5F for Sat Nav and Channel 18. I changed the setting from 1 to 0 this evening and the disc ejected.

 

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All sorted thanks. I was trying the wrong Address, Ross Tech contacted me this afternoon and confirmed the correct coding. My car has Address 5F for Sat Nav and Channel 18. I changed the setting from 1 to 0 this evening and the disc ejected.

Cheers

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