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Alarm horn activation

Discussion in 'VCDS (formerly VAG-COM) forum' started by mattandrew, Nov 3, 2007.

  1. mattandrew
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    A3 8P 2004

    In the long coding for unlocking I have ticked the horn via remote, my question is at the botttom there is a ticked box marked "Horn Confirmation configuration blocked" What does putting a tick in this do?

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    It enables the related adaptation channel and FIS menu option.
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    would you mind expanding a bit not sure what you mean, FIS?

    Ive got a lot to learn about VAG-COM but I will get there
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    FIS=DIS, which means in German Fahrer-Informations-System, or in English Driver-Information-System - or even easier: The big display in the middle of your instrument cluster which allows you do alter some comfort related settings.
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    Cheers, my next task is do a full scan to see if I have any faults
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    The other options which I was unsure what they meant are:

    central locking without safe-function
    central locking without sensible safe-function

    What does each do? mean?

    Thanks matt

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    Don't touch these, they are related to the country the car is being used and produced for. The safe functionality should be explained in your drivers manual...
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