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    Audi Start/Stop button coding

    In this post, they were able to have the Start/Stop button to remember its last setting and to inverse the button LED status.

    Stop Start button Settings
    [09 – Cent. Elect.]
    [Security Access – 16]
    Enter code given, 20113, [Do It!]

    [Adaption – 10]
    Channel 34 [Read]
    Read Default value
    Add 32 for ‘remember last setting’
    Add 64 to Reverse the LED status, so light = Stop Start Active (Default is light = Stop Start Off)
    Subtract 4 to ‘default to Off’


    Anyone know if something similar exist for the B9 version?

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    No.

    B9 only "supports" completely-off using some Auto HVAC parameter

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    Quote Originally Posted by hadez16 View Post
    No.

    B9 only "supports" completely-off using some Auto HVAC parameter
    It also support changing the Start/stop start voltage limit.

    However, I would prefer to recode the button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoshimura View Post
    However, I would prefer to recode the button.
    Something which the B9 platform doesn't support - so you only have three options:
    1) leaving stop/start as it is
    2) disabling stop/start using the voltage or HVAC methods
    3) fitting a switch that remembers the stop/start state and if needed auto presses the stop/start button when you turn the ignition on to disable it - easy to find on eBay.

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