What stereo do you have?
I've seen pictures of fascias/adapters that let you keep the original hazard switch in place, but I've never been able to actually find one for sale.
See this thread: https://www.seatcupra.net/forums/threads/install-single-din-headunit.434565/
Sean - I didn't post an update, but I got there in the end, after much research and messing about.
I didn't go for the Zenec radio in the end, mainly because I couldn't find one. I ended up fitting a Pioneer SPH-DA230DAB Double DIN unit.
I'd recommend this as the way forward.
I did post a...
Sounds like an issue with a module,or potentially loose electrics, but it's really not easy to say without looking.
If you can't get to a garage, consider buying a £10 Bluetooth OBD scanner from Amazon or somewhere, and use the Torque app on an Android device to scan for any codes.
I've got a Pioneer SPH-DA230DAB, which I managed to get for £220 but usually go for around £300.
I'm very happy with it, fits excellently with the car.
Have a look at some reviews on YouTube before you buy.
Yes, they do come with the Garmin/Navigon Seat PID unit as standard, and that does have built in Bluetooth. I have to say in my experience as with a lot of other people, the Bluetooth is unreliable at best, especially for audio streaming.
You can replace the head unit, but it's not the simplest...
Hopefully this is allowed...
I've posted this in another thread, but hadn't got round to actually trying it myself until this week.
So, for anyone looking to relocate the hazard switch in order to fit another head unit, there is a very well written guide here (The guide is originally in...
First post here so please be gentle... :D
I've just bought a 2014 Ibiza Toca, which I think is great, apart from the Garmin Nav system - not because I don't like the way it works, I just don't like the separate screen sitting on the dash.
I'm looking to get an integrated system...