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Thread: Audi A6 C7 SIDE ASSIST retrofit, problem

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    So, we used new (Offline) ELSA WIN 6.0 and check wirring and now we know, that for facelift ELSA is ok.
    Now this side assist is working !!!
    There was some problem with swap left and right mirror LED, but it was because there was not described for what side it is.
    I used Vag Can Pro for dataset, and VCDS for coding and adaptations. Should be nice to make for all what to do list, but not time now :-/

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    Why you need to use vcp? Modules were new? After reparametrization, recalibration is not needed?

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    No modules was from test cars. But not sure if A6 or A7, so i upload there dataset for A6

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    Calibration i did not made, and i am not sure, but there probably was not component protection ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by downtime View Post
    SWA3.0 modules have CP. If these don't then they're SWA2.0 max.
    Correct v3.0 have CP. v2.0 don't

    I have fitted SWA to many MLBEvo cars and calibration is only needed if the modules are:

    1. New
    2. Left and right modules were not from same (old) car if the modules are second hand.
    3. You flash the firmwares manually of the radar modules and not via SVM.

    Even after you remove CP from them (you have to remove CP from both Master and Slave indivudally) if the modules came "as a pair" from another car, you do not need calibration (assuming they came from the same shape car!)

    Otherwise you can calibrate at dealer or use VCP if they have a calibration set available.
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    Or build your own device and diy calibration like I did

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    Quote Originally Posted by downtime View Post
    Or build your own device and diy calibration like I did
    Or that.

    I'd love to know what you built!?!
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    I’ll post a picture here. Actually I think I’ve already did to one thread but I’ll do another here

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    Ok here goes, instead sharing pictures, here's a link to a Google shared album where you'll find some pictures from the setup

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/Zeui64SwuteC7Sgy5

    This setup works perfectly at least for SWA3.0 radars calibration. SWA3.0 calibrates as long as you will have enough reflection to calibrate to correct angle. Power will not be at the required level but for that the dynamic calibration does it's magic.

    SWA2.0 requires both angle and reflected power in static calibration. Official calibration device has cylindrical fan inside the plastic box. Same fans are used in fridges. You can get those for less than 20 from eBay. So if you want to build your own professional device, that's not very expensive either

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