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    That couldn't hurt. Now that you mention it I see my '17 Alltrack had IDE07565-ABS in lower speed range activated.

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    Tryed to change it but I need an security access.How do I get that?

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    Dana, could you help me please with this acces code ?

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    If you haven't done so already, see if the pop-up balloon (40168) code allows you to change that channel. If that doesn't work I suppose some of the MQB codes in this thread may be worth testing

    http://forums.ross-tech.com/showthre...8737#post88737

    ... but make sure you don't lock-out the module! If you enter a code that's rejected make sure to enter a known good one (such as 40168) before experimenting with the next code.

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    Thank you Dana.
    I tried the codes, and most got accepted but none let me to change that channel ( "Security access required". I think I will get old, like 100 and more and die in the end and never get that PLA working.

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    Hi boys and gals

    I`ve made it. PLA its finally working!!! Its like heaven on earth now After loosing hours and hours of trying to find out the error I found it in the end with some logic and luck I would say because nothing was calculated. So if you really want something dont`t give up! Just keep on going and some day you are going to succeed.
    I am going try to explain you how I did it.
    In internet(here in ross-tech Forum one car) I found 2 cars(VW Caddy) that are similar(PLA) with mine and after comparing the codings I found some similarities and differences between my car and the other two and then I begun to change some numbers and letters in coding until I got some results.The first thing I done was to change the "59" with "DD" which lead to parking out but not able to park parallel.
    Finally I`ve changed the "A" to "B" and its working.


    107980 9BB369A 483087D0179 CD84259 378F150 Initial coding/not working
    147940 9BB366B 47E287E027A CD822DD 378F1F0 Car 1
    107940 9B9362B 484087C0278 C9882DD 378F1F0 Car 2
    107980 9BB369B 483087D0179 CD842DD 378F1F0-Accepted only parking out
    107980 9BB369B 483087D0179 CD842DD 378F150-Final working/coding

    I would like to thank everybody who helped me or at least tried.
    Thank you very much!

    Now I have another project on my " acc radar" and that would be to fix this(see below)
    Every help would be appreciated because VW Switzerland (Amag) are so friendly that they`ve asked me 500 Swiss Francs as a deposit in case that VW doesn`t accept it as a warranty The 500 are just for informing VW Germany that something is wrong with my car . I told them I know already something its not working properly, its popping up on my dashboard everyday.
    I think this is my last VW, with this kind of warranty...

    Address 13: Auto Dist. Reg (J428) Labels:| 7N0-907-572.clb
    Part No SW: 7N0 907 572 A HW: 7N0 907 572
    Component: ACC Bosch PQx H03 0111
    Serial number: 03121577170156
    Coding: 00000800FE0339
    Shop #: WSC 35110 790 50316
    ASAM Dataset: EV_ACCBEGVW361 001004
    ROD: EV_ACCBEGVW361_SK34.rod
    VCID: 3430EC33EEBEDF578E9-8060

    5 Faults Found:
    1130 - Sensor for Automatic Distance Control
    C110B F0 [008] - Limited Visibility
    Intermittent - Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear

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    Hi VCDS community

    Is it possible to calibrate ACC with VCDS?

    Thank you

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    Calibration of ACC should be done while checking (and if necessary correcting) wheel/suspension alignment, and it require special targets and measuring equipment.



    I think in principle it could probably be done with VCDS, but because the results of doing it incorrectly could be rather dangerous and unpleasant, we have not developed procedures.

    -Uwe-
    The engineering problems are likely insurmountable. It would be like proposing to land a rocket booster section on a barge floating in the middle of the ocean.

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