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    DIN is based in Berlin, so its actually set by...

    DIN is based in Berlin, so its actually set by the Germans, not the Dutch. Thought I d just add. :)
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    When running cables, make sure that you keep your...

    When running cables, make sure that you keep your power cables and data/signal cables separate! So for example, run the power cables on the left side of the car and the data cables on the right side....
  3. Poll: I can only second that. Been using them through...

    I can only second that. Been using them through my university course and they are just amazing. Really easy to use and the programmers are not too expensive either. Most of the software is free too...
  4. Be really careful here! This can be the...

    Be really careful here! This can be the difference of you walking away from a crash or being wrapped around your wheel! When the light is on, it means the airbags are disabled and will not come out...
  5. Well, as long as its only the cap/resistor that...

    Well, as long as its only the cap/resistor that took the damage and not any of the actual ICs you can replace it. Just be careful with the SMD parts as its really easy to remove the ones around the...
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    Sounds like a good idea. I am just wondering...

    Sounds like a good idea. I am just wondering about the environment that you would need to manufacture something like this. Any dust particles, that deposit on the glass while applying the different...
  7. Well, you could try and keep that switch behind...

    Well, you could try and keep that switch behind the dash and install the other one by splicing the cable and connecting them up. I wouldn't know about the reaction of the system though, so you are...
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    Depending on your electronic skills this should...

    Depending on your electronic skills this should be fairly easy. I assume that your Golf already has the door switches (I am not familiar with the Mk1 since I own a Mk4), so you could use those....
  9. What sort of pulsing is the inverter inducing? Is...

    What sort of pulsing is the inverter inducing? Is it a high frequency flashing or is it a low type (couple of hertz). If its high frequency, try to connect a ceramic capacitor close to the inverter....
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    Sounds like an interesting idea. I wouldnt trust...

    Sounds like an interesting idea. I wouldnt trust the PC completely either, but the challenge to pull of a system like that seems exciting.
    Your biggest problem is really reliability and making sure...
  11. What type of motherboard should I use?

    Hello everyone,
    I have been roaming this forum for a while now and picked up quite a lot of info on making a CarPC.
    The only things I couldnt figure out is:

    Whats the best motherboard/CPU...
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    Heya Mate, i am not so sure on the motherboard...

    Heya Mate,
    i am not so sure on the motherboard issue, haven't been involved into it for that long. However, I am sure that you do not want to run the system of an inverter. It would introduce a lot...
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    Heya! Cheers for this useful program! I have been...

    Heya! Cheers for this useful program! I have been wondering all along how to control my PC with keyboard and mouse in the car, now I got the answer :D
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    Love your work! I am planning the same for my...

    Love your work! I am planning the same for my Golf! Do you have any tips for a complete noob? Just started with the whole carputer thing and have no idea where to begin.

    Thanks for the help!
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