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Vw Mdi Kit With Kufatec Harness on 2040-parts.com

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Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Volkswagen Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:5NO035342B

 VW MDI interface.  Includes 30pin iPod connector.  Also includes Kufatec plug and play harness.  No re-pinning the connectors on your radio harness.  Simply unplug, insert this inline, and your done.

Will require vehicle coding using a VCDS tool or VAS.

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