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    Checking that car is coded to battery

    I was watching a video about coding battery to car using VCDS and my barcode only has one of the numbers I see on all the examples and the tab in address 61 im told to go to is greyed out. Im trying to post pictures but I cant find the photo button spoken up in the instructions I found on the site.
    Last edited by callipygian; 05-29-2020 at 12:16 PM. Reason: trying to figure out how to insert photo image link

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    I used a qr scanner on the battery and came up with this

    205# 5K0 915 105 D
    #0602800
    #812798517#03061923
    *205 EMC3J631YXK*=


    I know 5k0925205d is the part # and believe EMC is the vendor code I just cant figure out the serial #

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    What kind of car are you working on? Can you post an autoscan.

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    2019 Beetle, I forgot how to post the autoscan heres my post with it already.

    https://forums.ross-tech.com/showthr...intermittently

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    Battery type and so on is defined in the Long Coding for your 61-Battery Regul. (J840) module and the Long Coding Helper will show you those details.

    I'm not sure whether that module (non-UDS in 2019 ) supports History Data or not. Give it a try please.

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    This is the battery.



    This is the VCDS with the option grayed out



    This is the QR decoded



    Ill try the history Data right now and let you know how it turned out.

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    Battery data should be Address 61, Adaptation Channel 04.
    From Coding, you have no Battery sensor, and no Battery history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEtech View Post
    Battery data should be Address 61, Adaptation Channel 04.
    From Coding, you have no Battery sensor, and no Battery history.
    Where would i find the battery serial number, according to the VCDS video on coding battery it should be on the sticker but i dont seem to have it

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    Quote Originally Posted by callipygian View Post
    Where would i find the battery serial number, according to the VCDS video on coding battery it should be on the sticker but i dont seem to have it
    Don't worry about the battery serial number, just change the serial number shown in the #61 by one - the BMS doesn't care about the actual serial number just needs it to be different so it knows it's a new battery.

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    Ahhh, ok thx alot

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