Some or all of this information may well be available elsewhere, but I couldn't easily find it when I wanted it and others have been seen to be asking how, so this is... How to install the Dension Gateway 100 iPod connector (GW) to the standard OEM Leon Mk2 head unit (HU). (A very similar procedure would apply for other iPod devices) USUAL DISCLAIMER: I take no responsibility for any damage you may do to your car, your HU your ipod or yourself whilst following the info below. This merely documents what I did. 1. Turn off your HU and remove the keys from the ignition. I also waited until the MFD on the cluster display powered off (30 seconds after keys-out I think) before attempting removal. 2. Cut 4 strips of plastic from an old DVD case, and insert two into the slots underneath the HU display: and two more (one on each side) just underneath the blanking panels next to the climate controls (or under where the heated seat controls are if you have the winter pack): 3. Push the stips at least 4 inches in (or until they stop), then very carefully work your way around the edge of the HU until it comes free. Mine had a couple of strips of double-sided adhesive behind the fascia as well, so was a little tricky to slide out. Be careful not use anything too sharp which could mark the fascia, HU or dashboard surround.: You can then remove your plastic strips. 4. Put the gear level into 2nd/4th/6th to move it out of the way and slide the HU out far enough to get to the rear quadlock connector: You shouldn't need to disconnect the remaining (aerial) cable. 5. Disconnect by pushing down on the clip and the bottom of the connector and pulling out the level. 6. Move the HU clear of the fascia: 7. Connect up the quadlock connector to the car's wiring loom and the other end to the Dension box: 8. Push the wiring loom up and to the back of the dashboard cavity to move it out of the way, and put the Densin box into the HU cavity: 9. Push or cut out the small rectangular panel inside the glovebox and feed the HU end of the ipod connector through the hole: It should come out inside the dashboard HU cavity and can be pulled through: 10. Finally, connect up the Dension box to the ipod cable, and push it down into the left-hand side of the dasboard HU cavity 11. Slide the HU back into place carefully, after ensuring that it does not catch on the wiring as it slides back in. 12. Connect your ipod into the cradle or cable in the glovebox *before* turning on the HU. 13. Turn on the HU, select the CD/AUX input (the AUX input if you had it will now be disabled). The HU should show 'CDC' and should begin playing your ipod after a short pause. Any questions...?