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17-Instruments:  K1 -- KWP-1281   
VAG-COM Works fine.

Tweak:
There are four lighting modes:
Mode 0:  Nothing lit until ext. light on
Mode 1:  Pointers lit all the time
Mode 2:  Scales lit all the time
Mode 3:  Pointers and Scales lit all the time
Mode is changed in Adapation Channel 19.   Standard value should be 11000 (or something close).  The first (left-most) digit is the lighting mode.  

45-Interior Monitor: K1 -- KWP-1281  
VAG-COM Works fine.

Tweak:
Adaptation Channel 01 is sensitivity (default 100)

Central Convenience: K1-- KWP1281 
VAG-COM works well.    We've had some problems with errors while getting the Door-Slave part numbers.  If VAG-COM errors out while trying to display the information in the 'Extra' fields, go to the Options Screen and set 'Char Int' to 0.

There are numerous options/ features that can be set.    These are controlled by the Coding and in Adaptation Channel 62.  When we published a simple table, many people didn't understand it, so here's an explanation:

Let's look at Adaptation Channel 62 first (it is simpler, fewer bits than the Coding). The original value in a US 3.0L model is 95. Both a real VAG tool and VAG-COM display these values in decimal. 95 decimal is 5F hex, or 01011111 in binary.

Value: 01011111
Bit:   76543210


Now we can correlate the bits with the chart 
for Adaptation Channel 62:

State Bit  Dec.  Function
ON     0     1   windows up with remote 
ON     1     2   windows down with remote 
ON     2     4   windows up with key in lock
ON     3     8   windows down with key in lock
ON     4    16   sunroof close with remote
OFF    5    32   sunroof open with remote (does not appear to work)
ON     6    64   sunroof close with key in lock
OFF    7   128   sunroof open with key in lock (does not appear to work)

Also, you will see if we add up the decimal values for each of the bits that are ON, we can verify that we did it right because we got the original Adaptation value of 95.

1 + 2 + 4 + 8 + 16 + 64 = 95.

By now you're likely starting to wonder why 'Windows with Remote' stuff doesn't work since the appropriate bits appear to be ON. To answer this question, we need to look at the coding the same way. The original coding in this car is 11788 (decimal). That's 2E0C in hex or 010111000001100 in binary. Again, we can again correlate the binary bits with the function table, just like we did above.

Central Convenience Controller Coding:

State Bit Dec. Function
OFF    0     1  Great Britain- alarm system (only with bit 4)
OFF    1     2  flash on when arming/unarming alarm system
ON     2     4  selective locking 1 door/all doors
ON     3     8  activate alarm system
OFF    4    16  rear unlocking block via speed
OFF    5    32  locking via speed
OFF    6    64  comfort functions with remote (adapt in ch 62!!)
OFF    7   128  right side steering
OFF    8   256  avant (glass break sensors in rear side-and rear
                  windows (if error: safe-LED constantly lit ))
ON     9   512  1x flash when lock with remote
ON    10  1024  horn sounds when lock with remote
ON    11  2048  door/window-logic ( ignition off: No open door
                  el. windows works 10 min )
OFF   12  4096  normal/????-alarm system
ON    13  8192  No SAFE-function USA only
OFF   14 16384  insulate-glass PR-nr 4KR/4KV 

Again, we can verify that we did this correctly by adding up all the decimal values for the bits that are ON:

4 + 8 + 512 + 1024 + 2048 + 8192 = 11788.

Now notice that bit 6 with a value of 64 and function 'comfort functions with remote (adapt in ch 62!!)' is OFF !!! So in order to turn this ON, we need to add 64 to the original coding. 11788 + 64 = 11852.   Recode the module with that number. Once you do that, the options in Adaptation Channel 62 should take effect, and you can change the value there to 'fine tune' the features..

If you wanted to add 'locking via speed' (where the car locks itself as soon as you reach some low speed), you would add 32.

If you wanted to turn Selective Locking OFF, (so the entire car unlocks with one press of the unlock button on the remote) you would subtract 4. 

olkswagen Passat B5 VAG-COM Info
Updated  28 Mar. 2005

Ross-Tech is not responsible for any damage or problems that may result from following these instructions. They are to be used at your own risk.

Specific Modules:

01-Engine:  --  KWP-1281 , KWP-2000
VAG-COM works well with all engines available in the U.S. and most engines that users have tested in overseas markets. See the function chart for any limitations for KWP-2000.

Idle Speed Adaptation (see your Repair Manual):

With engine warmed up, at idle:

[Select]
[01 engine]
[Adaptation - 10]
Enter channel 01
Enter an adaptation value between 124 and 132
[Save]

Throttle Body Adaptation:


Turn the key on but do not start the car.

[Select]
[01 - Engine]
[Measuring Blocks - 08]

Group 060 or Group 98
[Go!]
[Switch to basic settings]


Once you do this you will see the top right display say ADP RUN. The TB
adaptation is being done as soon as you switch to basic settings. You will see the values change and hear the TB cycle for the first few seconds then it will stop. Leave it in basic mode for about 30 seconds, then switch back to normal settings and you're all set.

Be sure not to touch the accelerator and make sure the engine is NOT running when you do this!


Activating Cruise Control on a new ECU (DBW):

Factory fresh ECU's often come with cruise control de-activated.

[Select]
[01 - Engine]
[Login - 11]

Enter 11463 to activate cruise control
[Do It!]

02-Auto Trans :  -- KWP-1281
VAG-COM works fine

03-ABS Brakes:   -- KWP-1281
VAG-COM works fine

08-HVAC: -- KWP-1281
VAG-COM works fine  

15-Airbags:  -- KWP-1281
VAG-COM Works fine.

17-Instruments:  K1 -- KWP-1281   
VAG-COM Works fine.



Immobilizer Procedures in the Ross-Tech Wiki

19 - CAN Gateway: -- KWP-1281  
VAG-COM Works fine. This is physically located in the Instrument Cluster, but functionally it controls communications on the CAN-BUS.

Look at the last digit in the coding. Add the values for the options together to get the correct coding.

0 - No available equipment
+1 - Automatic Transmission
+2 - ABS Brakes
+4 - Airbags

So, if you want to support Automatic Transmission, ABS Brakes, and Airbags, (add 1+2+4 = 7) = 00007.

22-AWD Purely Mechanical! 
The quattro system in these cars is purely mechanical, no electronics at all.   This address is used by the Haldex system used in transverse-engine cars like the TT, the A3, and various Golf/Bora models.

35 - Central Locks: -- KWP-1281  
Only on non-US vehicles with manual crank windows. VAG-COM Works fine.

37 - Navigation: -- KWP-1281  
VAG-COM Works fine.

46 - Central Covenience: -- KWP1281 
Only on vehicles with power windows. VAG-COM fine. There are numerous options/ features that can be set.

Selective Unlocking:

[Select]
[46 - Cent. Conv.] (35 - Cent. Locking for manual window cars)
[Recode - 07]

Write down the existing coding for future reference.
Enter 5-digit code from below
[Do It!]

Look at the existing Soft. Coding. If you have selective unlocking (press the unlock button on the remote once to open the driver's door, twice to open all the doors) the last digit of your coding should be an odd number. To make all doors unlock, add 1 to the coding.

Lock/Unlock Horn/Flash:

 [Select]
[46 - Cent. Conv.]
(35 - Cent. Locking for manual window cars)
[Adaptation - 10]
Channel (03..08)
Adaptation Value (1 = on, 0 = off)
[Save]

Channel 03 Auto Lock
Channel 04 Auto Unlock
Channel 05 Unlock, horn sounds
Channel 06 Lock, horn sounds
Channel 07 Unlock, turn signals flash
Channel 08 Unlock, turn signals flash

55- Headlight Range: KWP1281 
VAG-COM appears to work fine. This is the OEM Xenon HID system.

56- Radio: KWP1281 
 

VAG-COM appears to work fine.

Radio Recoding:

[Select]
[56 - Radio]
[Recode - 07]

Write down the existing coding for future reference.
Enter 5-digit code from below
[Do It!]

Look at the first two digits in the coding (sound field tuning):

00 - All models with Premium IV or Premium V
04 - All models with Monsoon

Look at the third digit in the coding (radio/speaker system):

0 - Premium V or Premium VI (Monsoon)
4 - Premium IV, Premium V, or Premium VI (non-Monsoon)

Look at the fourth digit in the coding (sound correction):

0 - Premium IV or Premium V (non-Monsoon)
4 - Premium V (Monsoon)

Look at the fifth digit in the coding (CD player/changer):

1 - Without CD Player/Changer
3 - With CD Player/Changer
5 - Without CD Player/Changer with radio display in instrument cluster
7 - With CD Player/Changer with radio display in instrument cluster

So, if you have a Passat with Monsoon and a CD changer, 04,0,4,3 = 04043.

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Suspension Level Control Calibration
Updated  16 Jan 2007

Ross-Tech is not responsible for any damage or problems that may result from following these instructions. They are to be used at your own risk. As always, you should refer to a Factory Repair Manual for your vehicle!

This procedure details how to lower/raise the zero position for the Level Control module in VW Phaeton (3D), VW Touareg (7L), Audi A6 (4F), Audi A8 (4E) and Audi Q7 (4L) vehicles.

This procedure does not apply to the old Audi A6 (C5 platform, 4B chassis) Allroad. For that vehicle, there is a different procedure.

There are certain test conditions that must be met before doing this procedure:

  • Transmission in park/neutral.
  • Start the vehicle, keep the engine running and do not switch off the ignition.
  • Doors have to stay closed, otherwise the system is not ready.

The default values:

Audi A6 (4F) (PR-1BK): 386 mm (front) and 384 mm (rear)
Audi A6 (4F) Allroad (PR-1BY): 388 mm (front) and 380 mm (rear)

Audi A8 (4E) standard suspension (PR-1BK): 416 mm (front) and 398 mm (rear)
Audi A8/S8 (4E) sport suspension (PR-2MA/2MB): 396 mm (front) and 378 mm (rear)




Audi Q7 (4L): 449 mm (front) and 465 mm (rear)

VW Phaeton (3D) RoW (Rest of World):  407 mm (front) and 401 mm (rear)
VW Phaeton (3D) NAR (North American Region): 417 mm (front) and 411 (rear)

VW Touareg (7L) standard: 497 mm (front) and 502 mm (rear)
VW Touareg (7L) offroad: 488 mm (front) and 498 mm (rear)

North American Phaeton owners:  Please read a very detailed alternate procedure here


[Select]
[34 - Level Control]

[Secutiy Access - 16]
Enter 31564
[Do It!]

[Adaption - 10]
Channel 01 (front left)
[Read]
Wait until the car goes into 2 different levels.

Measure the heights from wheel center to the lower edge of the fender (see comments).
Enter 'new value' in Millimeters into Channel 01.
[Test]
[Save]

Channel 02 (front right)
[Read]
Measure the heights from wheel center to the lower edge of the fender (see comments).
Enter 'new value' in Millimeters into Channel 02.
[Test]
[Save]

Channel 03 (rear left)
[Read]
Measure the heights from wheel center to the lower edge of the fender (see comments).
Enter 'new value' in Millimeters into Channel 03.
[Test]
[Save]

Channel 04 (rear right)
[Read]
Measure the heights from wheel center to the lower edge of the fender (see comments).
Enter 'new value' in Millimeters into Channel 04.
[Test]
[Save]

Channel 05 (confirmation)
[Read]
If all measured values are correct, enter 'new value' of 1.
[Test]
[Save]

Click the [Done, Go Back] button and you're all set.

Check for fault codes, if all procedures went fine there should be none.


Comments:

The height of each wheel is measured between the center of the wheel (the space in between the V and the W) and the lower edge of the fender. All measurements have to be done in Millimeters (mm).

If a Channel is not accepting a value, put the 'new value' in again and click [Test] and [Save] again instead of starting the whole process from the beginning.

In some cases the controller says 'invalid value', start 'rocking' the car a little bit, this should solve problem.

Diesel Particle Filter Emergency Regeneration

1.4l/1.9l/2.0l R4 & 2.5l R5 PD/PPD-TDI

Prerequisites (General):

  • Ignition ON
  • Engine ON (Idle)
  • Coolant Temperature above 50 C (see MVB 002.4)
  • Particle Filter Load below Specification (see MVB 075.3, VAG-COM should give the specified value)
    • If the Particle Filter Load is above Specification the Particle Filter needs to be replaced since the car may burn down when regenerating.
  • Power Consumers ON (Light, Seat Heating, Front/Rear Window Heater, Climate Control)

Conditions (Driving Cycle):

  • Vehicle Speed between 30-60 km/h (18-37 MPH)
  • Engine Speed between 1500-2500 RPM (4th or 5th Gear, Automatic Transmission in Tiptronic)
  • Duration approx. 15-20 Minutes
  • Exhaust Gas Temperature before Turbo Charger above 700 C

Drive the car based on the above conditions until the Particle Filter Load is as low as possible (close to 0 %). In case the regeneration fails there can either be problems with the Driving Cycle Conditions or with the Engine Hardware.

[Select]
[01 - Engine]

[Coding-II - 11]

  • Enable Regeneration by Entering 21295.

[Do It!]

[Meas. Blocks - 08]
Select both Groups at once 070 and 075.
[Go!]
MVB 070.1: Regeneration Status (xxxxxxx1 = Normal Regeneration active, xxxxxx1x = Forced Regeneration active)
MVB 070.3: Regeneration Counter/Timer
MVB 075.1: Exhaust Gas Temperature before Turbo Charger
MVB 075.2: Exhaust Gas Temperature before Particle Filter
MVB 075.3: Particle Filter Load
MVB 075.4: Exhaust Gas Temperature after Particle Filter

Now Start the Driving Cycle and keep watching the Measuring Blocks (2nd Person required).

[Done, Go Back]
[Close Controller, Go Back - 06]

3.0l V6 CR-TDI








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