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Pcm1.0 repair

aerokit

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As above really, I'd like to get my pcm1.0 repaired from my 1998 c2. It's a double din unit with CD changer :)D) and whilst I appreciate there are vastly better alternatives available these days, I'm keen to get it looking as original as I can (without costing the earth!)

Can anyone recommend a good repair place? A few years ago I was advised to send it to BBa Reman but they look to be closed at the moment.

Based in London if that helps!

Thanks!
 
I spoke to these guys https://www.pcmrepairs.co.uk/ in 2017 when my pcm 1 nav unit wasn't working. I didn't use them in the end as from memory they seemed more into the screens and head unit than the nav unit. I sent the nav unit to this place in Germany. Really helpful guy that speaks English. Website says the repair screens https://www.elektronikidee.com/inde...ew=article&id=109&catid=21&lang=en&Itemid=101

Give him a call.


My PCM works perfectly and I have the Bluetooth unit and it works great. https://www.elektronikidee.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=84&lang=en

I can use the pcm for calls and play Spotify from my phone.

While my maps work, I don't use them. I use maps on my phone with the audio over the car system.

However, if I had a broken pcm today - personally I would consider the new pccm so I would have porsche originality with all the mod cons. Others use android for a fraction of the cost, but I like the porsche system as I used it in the 991
 

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