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    Have any one of you added a aftermarket radio on these cars. I have 2o14 jetta base model n the radio looks dull. I'm thinking of putting in a single din flip out radio. But kinda need help on the part number for the harness antenna adapter if required and also the radio kit. If the flip out don't work I still have a regular single din I could put in. Reason for this is I use the alot Bluetooth with my cars for music n calls. And seeing that the base model doesn't offer this might as well do the change. I just need part number of the install items thanks really appreciate it.

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    I installed aftermarket radio in my car for Bluetooth for calls, music, and to put in my sub woofers as I am a heavy bass head. I had to do a little research, but I bought these items from sonic electronix:

    Single DIN Installation Multi-Kit:
    Part number: 99-9011
    The best thing about this kit is that it can fit a single din or double din headunit.

    Wiring Harness:
    Part number: 70-9003
    It will say it doesn't fit the jetta, but fits just perfect for me, I use a tap fuse for the accessory power to the fuse box so when the car cuts off, the radio cuts off.

    Or to make life 10x better you can use this one, cost a little bit more, but suppose to auto-detect to how the jetta functions for the radio, but with this harness you also have to buy the radio interface to work:
    Wiring Harness:
    Part number: AX-ADXSVI-VW1

    Radio interface:
    Part number: AX-ADXSVI

    And the Antenna Adapter - German to American adapter from fixmyvw:
    Part number: AAR-428

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judo View Post
    I installed aftermarket radio in my car for Bluetooth for calls, music, and to put in my sub woofers as I am a heavy bass head. I had to do a little research, but I bought these items from sonic electronix:

    Single DIN Installation Multi-Kit:
    Part number: 99-9011
    The best thing about this kit is that it can fit a single din or double din headunit.

    Wiring Harness:
    Part number: 70-9003
    It will say it doesn't fit the jetta, but fits just perfect for me, I use a tap fuse for the accessory power to the fuse box so when the car cuts off, the radio cuts off.

    Or to make life 10x better you can use this one, cost a little bit more, but suppose to auto-detect to how the jetta functions for the radio, but with this harness you also have to buy the radio interface to work:
    Wiring Harness:
    Part number: AX-ADXSVI-VW1

    Radio interface:
    Part number: AX-ADXSVI

    And the Antenna Adapter - German to American adapter from fixmyvw:
    Part number: AAR-428

    Hope this helps.
    Thanks that'll help alot. What year is your jetta?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arielleon90 View Post
    Thanks that'll help alot. What year is your jetta?

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    2013

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