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I looked into this in a bit more detail and managed to find info in some of the French forums.
The harness doesn't get round the VIN coding so you have to 'telecode' the unit, which I think means plugging in with a laptop/OBD dongle and using suitable software to match the unit to the car.
If you retrofit the NG4 then you lose the ability to change car settings (eg. switch on/off drls) as the NG4 doesn't support this. Factory fitted NG4s come with extra buttons by the handbrake and the larger instrument cluster display to provide access to these settings. The RT6 can support changing these settings so doesn't have this issue.
I could be tempted to fit an NG4 or RT6 but finding the headunit and screen at a decent price looks to be tricky.
Have been looking for a way to add sat nav to my Gt 156 and managed to find a used screen and stereo from a 308.
Its the only feature not on my RCZ.
The guy in france who sells the harness from the link above, was very helpful and I am now waiting for the harness to arrive. Hopefully it will be plain sailing and I can install without any major issues.
Will let you know how it all goes. :?: :eusa-shhh:
I spent 3 years talking to dealers and reading forums to get my Peugeot 207 bluetooth kit to do audio over A2DP
In the end I decided to buy an APP 3 Pioneer Double Din after market stereo.
Despite buying all the correct expensive leads the remote never worked properly and it just didn't work as well as the factory RD4 bluetooth phone kit which is integrated into the factory screen and remote
So I decided to sell my 207 GT and buy an RCZ with RD4 and A2DP!! best decision I ever made!!
After market stereos and fitting non original stereo's in a Peugeot is not as easy as it use to be in my 1989 205 XS.
And am I the only person who likes the classic RD4 head unit?... I have a classic tomtom for sat nav!
I have never found a good factory fitted sat nav apart from Renault who just bolt a TomTom into the dash!!
LolI went for Rt6 after speaking to the French guy who supplies the harness from the link above, he says that is the system needed to convert Rcz to factory Sat nav,and telecoding hopefully by 1 of the local electronic geniuses with Peugeot planet.If there is a cheaper way let me know :thumbup:
There is always somebody who comes up with a way round everything. So when Mr Peugeot says it cant be done, a frenchman comes on ebay and blows him out of the water and says have some of that.
Most people wouldn't be bothered about not having sat nav and dont mind sticking a Tom tom on the window,but I want it smoother than that and its a massive challenge to sort it and for a fraction of the cost.
Thats why Christopher Columbus stuck 2 fingers up and sailed off into the distance to find a whole new world.
No offence to any one who doesnt want Sat nav, but I do ,and I will gladly do the spade work to achieve it.
I will put a link on for a micro fibre cloth so you can wipe off your suction mark off the windscreen your tom tom left :lol:
I agree Brolly I had a lovely dash mount in my 207 for my tomtom and am unsure where to mount my tomtom as the round marks will upset me too (Where is the link to the micro fibre cloth?)!!! i do have a very nice mount for my phone which integrates into my RD4 via bluetooth and I could use the sat nav on my phone but thats about as good as a factory fitted sat nav and I like my tomtom!! I have a 14mega pixcel camera on my phone but its not as good as my 12 mega pixcel canon camera! Technology is awesome and smart phones are great but I am still in the believe that if you want a good device it needs to have one job i.e. a camera to take photo's and a sat nav to guide you! After using my ex girl friends awful Peugeot 208 Sat Nav it certainly didnt make me want to give up the TomTom and the routes it took were dam right crazy!! But at least the NG4 has full postcode search and I agree a sat nav popping out the dash is very very cool and for that reason alone I to want one but is it worth 20 hours of researh and 10 hours of fitment and 800 quid for a device which A may still not work as patch leads never work as well as factory fitted stuff and B is not as good as my £120 quid TomTom!!?
I know exactly where you are coming from Brolly... but imagine if you retro fit NG4 will mean you can't get access to menu systems like your guide you home headlights!!! now that would annoy me more than those awful rings on my window from my TomTom!!!
And i still think you could sell your car and buy a very similar car for less than the cost of bodging an NG4 in your car with a French Mans aftermarket harness! It will never work like a factory fit option and you will lose at least one weekend of your life with the dash board in bits and potentially it may never work! as perhaps it cant be telecoded to your car?!!
Let the banter continue... and good luck with your project because I know where you are coming from... I have retro fitted genuine spoilers and cruise control to my previous Peugeots because I too love factory fitted bling, I just think Peugeot have made it too difficult to retro fit genuine stereos and sat navs! I awake the photos and the copy of all the receipts and the total number of hours spent researching fitting an Ng4 and the total number of hours you spend in side your dash board! and how many tears you shed when you scratch your leather dash fitting the ultra cool pop up screen! If you pull it off for under the cost of trading your car in and buying a car with Sat Nav then I will take my hat off to you!!
Re mounting a Tom Tom, I've read of someone on the forum mounting the suction cup onto the analogue clock face rather than the windscreen, can't remember who. Seems like a better option than the windscreen where the rounds marks might be more noticeable.