were to buy vagcom from ?

jonno123

Registered User
hi all as above i need vag com to switch off air bag light , were can i buy it ive seen pepole on ebay selling a copy of vag com and a lead will this work ?

i need links if possible ,

or if any one in norfolk with vag com want to earn some pennys let me know
 

phil miller

Registered User
Genden is the place to buy mate :)
 

Jay A3

#because Racecar
Nhn on here sells it
 

JudderMan

Registered User
I have the eBay cable and it just tells you what codes there are (and not all), which is still handy. I have a mate with a generic OBD2 machine which was £30 and that clears codes but doesn't tell you of all the Vagcom codes. Still, it's f88k loads cheaper than buying the real deal. My car was a grand so paying a 1/4 again on Vagcom doesn't make sense.
 

phil miller

Registered User
£263 omg !

you wont find anyother software for that money, bear in mind a snap on veros starts at £6500 and it wont do everything VCDS does
 

@udi A3

Well-Known Member
VCDS Map User
Iirc cheapo cables won't turn off airbags lights, where are you based? Maybe a local user can do it for you? Try vids section user map or even eBay for vids services
 

Danno57

Member
VCDS Map User
Have you fixed the airbag problem first?

VCDS won't turn the light off unless its fixed, I'm guessing you're using it to diagnose the fault and clear the code?

I got mine from an online shop in the uk called Gendan.
 

<tuffty/>

Badger 5 Edition...Its all about the flow...
Staff member
Moderator
cheap ebay cables and a registered version of VCDS lite will give full functionality.... the question to ask is are you trying to clear a fault or code the airbag light out as these are different things...

Registered version of VCDS will do both of these things..

<tuffty/>
 

jonno123

Registered User
Have you fixed the airbag problem first?

VCDS won't turn the light off unless its fixed, I'm guessing you're using it to diagnose the fault and clear the code?

I got mine from an online shop in the uk called Gendan.

theres no problem , ive fitted a aftermarket sterring wheel so theres no air bag , and it comes with a resistor to put in line so the air bag light goes off but the fault code is still in the air bag ecu so needs clearing
 

Tooks

Registered User
theres no problem , ive fitted a aftermarket sterring wheel so theres no air bag , and it comes with a resistor to put in line so the air bag light goes off but the fault code is still in the air bag ecu so needs clearing

Im in Norfolk a fair bit, and would be happy to hook mine up. Depends where in Norfolk you are though?
 
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