Question about using vis4vag

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Let's start with the fact that the control module address of the ABS module isn't 01.

But please be aware that MK60EC1 codings from VIS4VAG are not reliably correct for NAR market cars.

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Use 03 as module address and than chose next option.
 
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Use 03 as module address and than chose next option.
That went through now it offered 4 different options. I'm not sure exactly which one would correspond to what I'm doing I'll give each one a try tonight
VACUM sensor YES
VACUM sensor NO
type 2
Type a
 
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@autocomsoft the MK60EC1 online coding generator you have is a great idea to help some guys, but isn't it possible for you to make it a bit more precisly, because till now it makes not so much sense, if even Uwe can't get a nearly correct coding with the calculator.

For example:
Nearly nobody knows something about the vacuum sensor you are asking!

The coding for vacuum sensor is used like this:
LC,04,3~5,08,| w/o HBV (PR-1AT)
LC,04,3~5,10,| HBV-1 (PR-1AS + [?CYVB?]/D4X/D33/M0R/ML5) (1.2TSI[81kw] / 1.4TSI[90/92kw] / 2.0i[85kw] with AT/DSG )
LC,04,3~5,18,| HBV-2 (only Superb 4x4,LHD [PR-1X1/L0L])
LC,04,3~5,20,| HBV-3 (PR-1AS + DB0/D31/D4L) (1.2TSI[77kW] / 1.4TSI[110kW/118kW] with AT/DSG )

So you should ask in a different way (PR-CODE?), because only if the car has PR-1AS (most 1.2TSI, 1.4TSI or 2.0i engine with AT/DSG) or it's a Superb 4x4 with LHD it use the HBV-Function and a vacuum sensor!

Also for LHD and RHD the coding is different, because of the different brake booster and mounting pos. of the ABS.
and so on ...
 
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We display the coding on the basis of observation of the same controlled systems. Exact module features You can choose/code using LCode in VCDS.
 
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We display the coding on the basis of observation of the same controlled systems. Exact module features
Sorry, but i think it's very far from exact. Maybe you want or can't understand me.

Schade, kommt mir leider vor als rede ich mit einem Blinden über Farben :confused:
 
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First sentence:
We display the coding on the basis of observation of the same controlled systems.[dot] In Your example with vacuum sensor that means on cars with Vacuum sensor we have seen byte 15 x1 without sensor x0. We don't say that this bit means vacuum sensor. We are not module manufacturer so we don't know meaning of each bites. We only collect modules coding and display it.

Second sentence:
Exact module features You can choose/code using LCode in VCDS. Here I wanted to say: For exact module feature coding is here LCode.
 
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