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Upgrade Audio50 -> Comand NTG 4.5 in a C207?

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by Uky, Jan 4, 2017.

  1. Uky

    Uky Active Member

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    Car:
    C207
    I am considering replacing/upgrading my Audio 50 with a Comand NTG 4.5
    in my C207 M/Y 2009.

    There are several salvaged complete units (Head-unit & Display)
    available in scrapyards in Sweden that could be
    located using the scrappers internet service.

    I know that in order to fit, a Comand must have the appropriate
    SCN code in order to work in my vehicle. So I wonder how many
    variants there are, if the SCN-code differs between C207 and W212
    or if this code is unique to the very vehicle it was first put in.
    There are some sellers on the internet that offers units and
    coding, but a second hand Comand+Display from a scrap retailer is about
    half the price.

    And yes - I know about the air ducts that should be fitted.

    I could probably get some help from a friend who has access
    to Xentry and the MB Intenet dataservers, as long as or if
    a salvaged unit can be resetted back to "factory init mode"
    or whatever it is called.

    Any one that could shed some light?
     
  2. Alfie

    Alfie Authorised Forum Sponsor Authorised Forum Sponsor

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    Location:
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    Car:
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    You cant put NTg 4.5 comand into a model year 2009/2010 car. The SCN coding will fail.

    You can put NTG4 W212 comand in there though. This will give you full navigation with bluetooth phone and music streaming.
     
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