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iDatalink HRN-RR-VW2 Interface Harness

Connect an iDatalink-ready car stereo and retain steering wheel controls in select 2016-up Volkswagen vehicles

Item # 794HRRVW2

iDatalink's HRN-RR-VW2 interface harness allows you to connect an iDatalink-ready car stereo in select 2016-up...

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About the iDatalink HRN-RR-VW2 Interface Harness

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iDatalink's HRN-RR-VW2 interface harness allows you to connect an iDatalink-ready car stereo in select 2016-up Volkswagen vehicles, working in conjunction with iDatalink's Maestro ADS-MRR module. Once connected, you'll retain the use of your steering wheel audio controls in these vehicles. You'll also gain the ability to assign secondary functions to your steering wheel audio controls.

iDatalink plus VW

iDatalink's HRN-RR-VW2 interface harness allows you to connect an iDatalink-ready car stereo in select 2016-up Volkswagen vehicles, working in conjunction with iDatalink's Maestro ADS-MRR module. Once connected, you'll retain the use of your steering wheel audio controls in these vehicles. You'll also gain the ability to assign secondary functions to your steering wheel audio controls.

The package includes connectors that plug in between the Maestro module, your Volkswagen's radio's wiring plugs, and your new car stereo. You'll have to solder or splice together this harness's power/ground, illumination, speaker, and navigation output wires to the corresponding wires on your aftermarket receiver's wiring harness. It also provides the navigation outputs you'll need if you're connecting a multimedia receiver.

Extra functionality 

Once the new receiver has been installed, you'll be able to set up gauges on its screen to monitor engine performance, tire pressure, and other functions. You can even send navigation information from your new receiver to the multi-function display in your VW's instrument cluster.

Installation note: The HRN-RR-VW2 harness must be used with the iDatalink Maestro ADS-MRR module to connect a new car stereo to your Volkswagen vehicle.
 

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Product highlights:

  • allows installation of a new iDatalink-ready receiver in select Volkswagen vehicles (also requires the Maestro ADS-MRR module)
  • retains the use of your steering wheel audio controls
    • displays engine performance data and other vehicle data on touchscreen
    • displays radar info onscreen with select radios and detectors
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # HRN-RR-VW2
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What's in the box:

  • Volkswagen installation harness (for use with Maestro RR interface)
  • OBDii harness

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Volkswagen Harness: The iDatalink Maestro HRN-RR-VW2 installation harness greatly simplifies the installation of the Maestro RR Car Radio Replacement Interface module (794ADSMRR, sold separately) in select Volkswagen vehicles when replacing your factory radio with an iDatalink Serial Port compatible head unit from Kenwood, JVC, Alpine or Pioneer (click here for a list of fully compatible radios).

Notes: The iDatalink Maestro HRN-RR-VW2 installation harness requires the purchase of the iDatalink Maestro RR (794ADSMRR).

Vehicle Compatibility Chart: Click here for a list of compatible Volkswagen vehicles. Or, click here to find out what works with your particular vehicle.

Flashing the Module: The iDatalink Maestro RR (ADS-MRR) will need to be plugged into your Windows PC and loaded with the correct firmware for your vehicle before installation. Visit iDatalink's Weblink site, and follow the instructions. System Requirements for Weblink 6.3 include:

  • Windows 2000 (SP4), XP (SP2), Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, or 10
  • Administrative rights on your PC
  • Internet Explorer 7.0 or greater (excluding 64-bit version)
  • Available USB port
Note: iDatalink Maestro RR is not compatible with a Mac.

Retained Features: The following factory features (if applicable) are retained when replacing your factory radio with a compatible iDatalink Serial Port head unit from Kenwood, JVC, Alpine, or Pioneer using the Maestro RR Car Radio Replacement Interface module and HRN-RR-VW2 installation harness.

  • Multi-Function Display (Metadata, Caller ID, Navigation Guidance) - if vehicle equipped
  • Steering Wheel Control
  • Factory Amplifier & Sub
  • Aux Input & Backup Camera
  • Dynamic Parking Guideline Overlay and Front Camera Auto Control (aftermarket radio must have a front or two camera inputs)
  • R.A.P (Retained Accessory Power) & Park Assist Chimes

Extra Features: The following Extra features are added when replacing your aftermarket head unit with a compatible iDatalink Serial Port head unit from Kenwood, JVC, Pioneer, or Alpine using the Maestro RR Car Radio Replacement Interface module and HRN-RR-VW2 harness.

  • Performances Gauges
  • Vehicle Information (Doors, Check Engine)
  • On-Screen Parking Sensor Display
  • Navigation Info on Multi-Function Display (Kenwood only)

Connections: The iDatalink Maestro HRN-RR-VW2 installation harness contains one large Molex connector which plug into your factory radio harness. On the other end of the harness are four multi-pin connectors which plug into the Maestro RR Car Radio Replacement Interface module (794ADSMRR, sold separately). In addition, you will need to hardwire the power/ground, illumination, speaker, and navigation output leads of the HRN-RR-VW2 harness to your aftermarket head unit's wiring harness.

Note: When using the HRN-RR-VW2 installation harness, you will not use the additional harnesses that are included with the Maestro RR Car Radio Replacement Interface module (794ADSMRR, sold separately).

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Install new radio [ LLOYD  Jan 20, 2019 ]

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