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Thread: Seat Ibiza 6F Crash Mode deactivation

  1. #11
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    I have a solution that has been tested as working one for this particular steering rack with crash shut down activated.

    You need to flash the steering rack to 144M first and then downgrade it back to 144J. Flash is to be done in following order:

    1. 2Q1909144ZT BOOT
    2. 2Q1909144M frf file
    3. 2Q1909144ZU BOOT
    4. 2Q1909144J frf file
    5. Online parameterization and coding using ODIS. Mandatory step.

    This is 100% verified and working solution.

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    thanks for the info downtime, i also hear that it can be done with vcp although unverified

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    Can be done if you have the steering rack dataset. Which unfortunately is not available.

    So at the moment only ODIS online.

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    Hi
    could you help me and send me this flash files
    my ecu 2q1909144j
    skype milkatrek

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    You can get them for free from : https://erwin.seat.com//showHome.do

    Register (free), go to product selection, show all products, ODIS offboard diagnostic and there choose flashfiles zip.

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    Guys i had the same problem as above on a Seat Arona which has the same MQB 2 generation steering system.You cannot reset these module until you are connected to the Geko system and remove the firmware reset-lock.Tthese is very unique to these modules on Polo 2018 Ibiza 2018 and Arona and some Q2s.
    I tried every trick available and i was not successful until i found these guys on ebay who does the job.All you need to do is copy the original coding by VCDS and send the module to them and you will get it back Virgin.Simply put back the coding and it work as new.

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SEAT-ARON...i:163834779573

    Not even the dealerships are aware and the technicians have not been updated on these modules as i came to realise.I spoke to several dealerships and they only know of the earlier procedure for the earlier modules only and not these new ones.They are only instructed to replace them and replacing cost 300 new module and 40 coding it is terrible !!!

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    I did this for Arona with that J ending gen2 steering rack and I can say for sure that the procedure I described earlier works.

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