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Volkswagen Amarok Single Cab Recommended Retail Price List Prices Inclusive of 14% VAT Pricing to the nearest Rand Bulletin No. VWC Amarok SC 1/2011 Effective: On Introduction of Amarok Single Cab 2.0 TSI 2.0 TDI 2.0 BiTDi 118kW 90kW 120kW Model Code 2HAAB3 2HAA13 - Price 181700 205500 - 2HAAB3_ZF1 2HAA13_ZF1 2HAA23 245800 265800 287100 Model Code - 2HAA14 - Price - 257400 - Model Code - 2HAA14_ZF1 2HAA24 Price - 313700 335000 Metallic / Pearlescent Paint 1500 1500 1500 0S2 * Black rear bumper with intergrated step 2900 2900 S 1AT Electronic stabilization program (ESP) 4300 4300 4300 1Y4 ** Rear differential lock 4000 4000 S 4UF * Front passenger air bag with deactivation 2730 2730 S 9AP * Climatic air-conditioning system 9620 9620 S R28 Radio "Mid" with MP3 CD/SD Card/USB slot/Bluetooth with 4 speakers 3140 3140 2000 UF1 Electric interface for external use 620 620 620 S3S Front and rear mudflaps 950 950 950 Basic - 6 Speed Manual 4x2 Model Code Trendline - 6 Speed Manual 4x2 ...
If you install a CK3100, you must see the message “good bye” on your display when you cut off your engine. If you don’t have, you don’t have the correct polarity. Renault cars have an inverted polarity. 12V Ignition and the 12V Permanent are inverted so change the fuses holders : - red to orange and orange to red. Car kit Parrot Battery Pin Number:Couleur White Yellow Blue Orange Green Brown Red Black Description Mute In 1 Mute In 2 Mute In 3 + 12V Memory + 12 V Permanent Masse Car kit Parrot, car’s speakers Pin Number:Couleur Grey White Blue Green Red Orange Bronw Black Description Rear right speaker + Rear right speaker Front right speaker + Front right speaker Front left speaker + Front left speaker Rear left speaker + Rear left speaker - Mounting Procedure for CK3000 Evolution Mounting Procedure for CK3100 Same mounting procedure for CK3300, CK3500
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Infineon said Tuesday it will supply Microsoft's Xbox videogames with three components. The German semiconductor supplier will be providing a removable memory unit, as well as an integrated circuit wireless game pad controller and an advanced security chip for the Xbox 360 games. Consoles with Infineon parts are expected to be in the stores by the end of this year. "Collaboration with leading suppliers of semiconductors and electronic components is essential to the realization of Microsoft's vision to deliver entirely new capabilities in consumer entertainment," Marc Whitten, director of Xbox peripherals at Microsoft, said in a news release. "Infineon's broad and complementary IP portfolio, system integration skill, manufacturing expertise and proven track record were crucial factors in our decision to work with the company on these components," he added. Copyright 2005 by United Press International This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study, research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. "Infineon to supply Xbox parts." Phys.org. 30 Aug 2005. http://phys.org/news6110.html
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