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    Switch from ACC to CC (on Tiguan II 2017)

    Hello,
    I'm new in this Forum. I living in France, I have a Tiguan II (2017) and I am dissatisfied with the ACC (ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL). I would like to have a classic CC instead(as on the entry-level model). Is it possible to perform this operation with VCDS? (I am not yet equipped with software/hardware).
    I am a bit against the current because most people want to switch from a CC to a CCA.
    A "ACC to regular CC" discussion deal with the topic for a 2011 vehicle without providing a solution http://forums.ross-tech.com/showthre...light=Adaptive

    Thank you in advance for your help

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    I would imagine it is possible, but I can't promise it, because I'm not aware that anyone has done it.

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    I ask the question because what I have read on different forums does not make me optimistic. It would appear that attempts to remove the adaptive suppress the regulator completely.

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    Is it possible to move this post out from "Pre-Sales" section because, even I buy the product, the question will remain without response.
    Thanks

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    There are only a very limited number of places where someone who is not a Verified user can post or (or even reply to posts). Pre-Sales is one of them.

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    I change my car every 2 years may be I will buy your product before...

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    Disconnect ACC fuse
    Disable ACC in ECU , enable CCS
    Disable ACC from gateway... or better Disable ACC from any contoler which have ACC code it
    Last edited by Spacewalker; 04-19-2017 at 06:24 AM.
    HOT HOT HOT VW Touran 2005 CCS via MFSW HOT HOT HOT

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    So it is feasable by Ross-Tech hardware.Thanks for your response.

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    Yes, doable and it has been done.
    Sebastian @ Ross-Tech.com // VCDS Rookie since 2003

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    als die Meinung eines Andersdenkenden.«

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sebastian View Post
    Yes, doable and it has been done.
    Yes, but how? I am in the same situation: My 2006 A6 has once again the ACC sensor misaligned, and the dealer wants $2300 for all sorts of repairs. I know that's BS (I will admit the bumper is beat up but the visual appearance of the bumper isn't particularly relevant), and for a car with a KBB of $6k this obviously doesn't make sense. I would like to just turn off ACC and have normal CC.

    Here's my complete system scan.


    Any pointers?
    Stan

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