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Long Coding Bytes missing

Discussion in 'VCDS (formerly VAG-COM) forum' started by phil_w, Feb 26, 2009.

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    If the long coding helper on the central electrics in an Audi A3 doesn't show bits 1 and 2 (e.g front fog lights fitted) then does that mean that the module doesn't support that?

    If you manually try to alter the relevant bit to a one an out of range error is presented in VAG-COM

    Any advice greatly appreciated...
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    Yeah whats the 09 module version cause I have a 21 byte c version that supports fogs/xenons for sale.
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    Its 8P0 907 279 E which I think equates to 8P0-907-279-23-B

    The revision up would sort me out, yes?

    Many thanks
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    depends what you're trying to achieve overall, what years the car?
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    Its a 56 plate 1.9TDI Sportback 'Special Edition' (i.e. with Manual Aircon) - I'm just trying to fit my fog light kit - didn't think to check that my module supported it...

    Many thanks
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    Well I doubt anything above byte 21 relates to your car, so should be fine, but what headlights do you have, any DRL's

    Check byte 21 & above for any ticked boxes as the one I have is a high end 21 byte module.
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    I don't think there was anything up that end of the scale - my car is the king of basic specs - how much would you be thinking for the module?

    Many thanks
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    £70 & can post today.
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    Easy to fit?

    PM me with how you'd like paying...

    Many thanks
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