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How do I do the following stuff to my B6?

Discussion in 'VCDS (formerly VAG-COM) forum' started by boya, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. boya

    boya Member

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    i now that it has been asked a million times before but with the search function down i thought i would ask again.
    firstly i really want to enable the 10mph locking function on the car and secondly i would like the horn to chirp when i open and lock it.
    i have read up on this a few times but couldnt make head nor tail of it lol. all the coding stuff just baffels me. i have access to vag-com so if someone could give me a kind of step by step guide they would be a legend!! thanks!
     
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  3. pdt

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    Hi

    The best way to start to get an answer with this is to provide the value for the current coding.

    Assuming without it though, you need to +32 to the value to enable the 10mph lock and an additional +1024 for the chirp.

    So..

    existing value + 32 + 1024 = new value

    Use VCDS to change the coding setting in the 'Address 46: Central Conv. ' to the new number.

    Job done...
     
  4. boya

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    ok i understand adderss 46 central conv but thats about it lol, where do i find the origional coding? and do i just add them all together and stick the new one in?
     
  5. pdt

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    Okay, you will need to use the software to access the control module.

    When you do, you get a screen up and it will display the coding number - should look like '06651' or similar.
    You then click on 'change coding' and then where the old number/code is displayed, input the new number, as per calculations above...

    that help?
     
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    also, what VCDS are you using?

    what version?
     
  7. boya

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    i think i know now, thanks lads!! going to give it a go in half a hour so al let yous know!!
     
  8. boya

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    its my mates from work (no idea) lol
     
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    i still havent been to my mates to get it done but what else can be activated using vag com? i might as well do it all at once, cheers
     
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    Also be careful, as it would come across as you are new to this, so remember everything you changed & make note of old coding & where you were incase something gets turned of/on by mistake, until you get a bit more wise to the way vcds works.
     

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