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Discussion in 'VCDS (formerly VAG-COM) forum' started by ms1083, Oct 3, 2012.

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    2004 A6 allroad.
    Trying to change code in module 35 (central locks) so they lock automatically at 15mph.
    When I try to access this module VCDS tries 3 times then says "no response from module/application".
    Any help please? Is there a setting I need to change in options or is there something switched on in the car causing interference?
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    Try accessing module 46 (Central Conv.) instead.

    +32 Auto lock/unlock of doors (Doors lock at 15 mph and unlock when key is removed)
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    Thank you for your reply. I have actually worked out that all modules on the K2 lead are not working despite VCDS saying K2 ok on its test and these modules are readable by my hand held fault code reader. Any help?
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    VCDS Log of car please.
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    C5 or C6?

    Ok must be a C5 as the C6 is defaulted from factory with the locking.

    As Nigel says - post a log of your car.

    I presume you're not using a genuine cable?
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    Seems like its all the K2 links? K2 link says ok on testing the cable in options.

    Address 01: Engine
    Protocol: KW1281
    Part No: 8E0 907 401 J
    Component: 2.5l/4VTEDC G000AG 0006
    Coding: 06006
    Shop #: WSC 02334

    Address 02: Auto Trans
    Protocol: KW1281
    Part No: 4Z7 927 156 N
    Component: AG5 01V 2.5lTDI RdW 2222
    Coding: 00001
    Shop #: WSC 00000

    Address 03: ABS Brakes
    Protocol: KW1281
    Part No: 4Z7 907 389 A
    Component: ABS/ESP allrad D56
    Coding: 06457
    Shop #: WSC 02334

    Address 15: Airbags
    Protocol: KWP2000
    Part No: 4Z7 959 655 M
    Component: Airbag 8.4EP 1000
    Coding: 0001106
    Shop #: WSC 02334

    Address 17: Instruments
    Protocol: KW1281
    Part No: 4B0 920 981 J
    Component: KOMBI+WEGFAHRS. VDO D15
    Coding: 04460
    Shop #: WSC 00116

    Address 25: Immobilizer
    Protocol: KW1281
    Part No: Bitte Adress
    Component: e 17 eingeben

    Address 33: OBD-II
    Protocol: ????
    Part No: OBD-II/EOBD, Protocol Keyword: $0808

    Address 34: Level Control
    Protocol: KW1281
    Part No: 4Z7 907 553 F
    Component: - 2C1A1 D060
    Coding: 25500
    Shop #: WSC 02334

    Address 7E: Ctrl Head Dash
    Protocol: KWP2000
    Part No:
    Note: Excessive Comm Errors
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    Either you've removed allot of log data or thats a very old piece of software, is it a genuine cable, if so update to latest release then post a log.
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