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FishermansFriend wrote: Sat Sep 24, 2022 3:49 pm I have everything I need now to install dual zone climate AC in the van, hopefully I will have it installed just in time for winter.
That’s going to be a fun job! Something I wish my van came with for sure. I may look to retrofit in the future
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Definitely! There’s a good how-to on here to help if needed.


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C Chis wrote:Definitely! There’s a good how-to on here to help if needed.


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I’m just getting to the point of being able to see the rest of the forum. I’ve had my caddy a while and had to work out most of the things I’ve done. Not realising it’s all on here I just needed access lol


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I spent a lot of hours going through all the forum posts and parts/ current flow diagrams making sure I got all the parts and terminals. This forum is the best caddy encyclopedia about, so much info and inspiration.
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I had a chance yesterday to install the Wheel Arch Cover Set, they are the Van Style ones.
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Center console in titanium black and ratchet arm rest with black cloth to match the door cards installed.
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Nice touch !!
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Sure is buddy. I have a leather handbrake with chrome button and a USB port to add to it now.
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I have Park Pilot working on my MIB2 head unit now. I had the PDC working for a while but I couldn't get the car/ van image to come up in Park Pilot. I changed vehicle type with VCDS in 5F Infotainment from caddy to crafter and then the image came up, there must not be an image for a caddy and that's why it wasn't showing.
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@FishermansFriend, the leather handbrake cover is a nice touch. Did the same mod to my caddy. One of the only parts I didn't get from LLL parts, but from a vw company in Germany.Image

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Very Nice Dan, Ill get mine installed after I have the AC installed.
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Looms finished for A/C Compressor, High Pressure Sender, Sunlight Penetration Photosensors, Air Quality Sensor and left and right vent temperature sensors. Everything is ready to install now :D
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New steering wheel, MK8 R Line with touch sensitive controls and heating.
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Stunning piece of kit that wheel.

I've a paddle-less version awaiting install in my van.

Are you going spacewalker module?
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FishermansFriend wrote: Mon Sep 07, 2020 6:41 pm Got the MFSW and cruise control stalks installed today.
Really like the MFSW was involved to get the switched working? Love reading through your thread for inspiration. Vans looking amazing.
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