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    I've seen a website in the UK that has fitted Golf steering wheels to older Roks and somehow got the steering wheel controls to work. Does anyone know if this mod (switches) would work with older Roks without steering wheel controls. Is the loom installed in the older builds but not active?
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    Hey Drew, it takes the place of the up/down & the underneath button on the RHS stalk. Also has the 2 odometer buttons on the dash.
    Haven't had a chance to play with it too much. Will post an update tomorrow.

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    hi there, I have a 2014 amarok without mfsw, I want to replace it, since it looks terrible. I'm not planning to put an R-line wheel, since this is not electromecanical steering as most vag are. Do I need to replace the airbag ring in order to get the functionality of LH buttons? I don't have MFD, so I don't think I'll look into it too much, unless I replace dash. Looking forwar for your input
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    Howdy, I'm thinking a similiar thing about my 2012 Trendline - the plastic wheel looks terrible!
    Going for a simple replacement though: http://hazzydayz.com/mk7-flat-bottom...fit-4685-p.asp
    Don't have to deal with any wiring issues, and hopefully that price will be even cheaper without "professional installation".

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    I've retrofitted an r-line steering wheel in a tiguan without mfsw before. There were lots of information and guides about that, nothing of that I can find for amarok, so I'm at a loose end about this case

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    I know this is an old thread but I am interested in fitting a Gti 7 steering wheel to my Amarok. Can the Amarok airbag be retrofitted to the GTI steering wheel or do you need the GTI airbag as well
    Thanks

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    You need the airbag that fits the wheel... Pretty sure the GTI steering wheel is a different shape to the Amarok one... Your parts department would be able to tell you

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