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    Hello,

    Someone can help me, please?

    I have a Passat B6/3C 2007 highline , I liked to put a wheel of Golf 7 / Scirroco R -Line, but do not know what the reference of the compatible module.

    New wheel :
    5G0419091CQ R-Line

    Module that is in my Passat Source:
    3C0953549M

    Thank you.

    Sorry for my English

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacewalker View Post
    don't even imagine that might for something different than DSG paddle .
    Thats bad news, i though that the plug is for the illumination.

    Any thoughts on how to make the buttons lit up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean1987 View Post
    Thats bad news, i though that the plug is for the illumination.

    Any thoughts on how to make the buttons lit up?
    you should post autoscan with working buttons as we spoke .
    then we can look what you have
    HOT HOT HOT VW Touran 2005 with ACC HOT HOT HOT

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    Hello,

    Someone can help me, please?

    I have a Passat B6/3C 2007 highline , I liked to put a wheel of Golf 7 / Scirroco R -Line, but do not know what the reference of the compatible module.

    New wheel :
    5G0419091CQ R-Line

    Module that is in my Passat Source:
    3C0953549M

    Does anyone have any idea? please!

    Thank you.


    Joćo Neto

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    Guys, I'm moving this thread to the Retrofits section. Those of you who aren't verified members yet will need to get verfied if you want to continue to participate.

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    Caddy 2015 MFSW fully working in my 10 years old Touran
    https://youtu.be/lU3CNWHqj0A
    HOT HOT HOT VW Touran 2005 with ACC HOT HOT HOT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacewalker View Post
    Caddy 2015 MFSW fully working in my 10 years old Touran
    https://youtu.be/lU3CNWHqj0A
    Is it the same MFSW as in the Golf7 or the Polo? I have retrofitted an MK7 GTI MFSW and none of the buttons work as they should except for the Paddles.
    What did you change in the wiring? I have an Sharan 2012 Gateway, Touran 2010+ Color Instrumentpanel, 653C Clockspring, 549CH Steeringcolumnmodule

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vdub View Post
    Is it the same MFSW as in the Golf7 or the Polo? I have retrofitted an MK7 GTI MFSW and none of the buttons work as they should except for the Paddles.
    What did you change in the wiring? I have an Sharan 2012 Gateway, Touran 2010+ Color Instrumentpanel, 653C Clockspring, 549CH Steeringcolumnmodule
    6C0 fully working with 5K0 SWCM
    But January "17 I will have converter to run MFSW with CCS and also to run MK7 MFSW with CCS in older car
    HOT HOT HOT VW Touran 2005 with ACC HOT HOT HOT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vdub View Post
    Is it the same MFSW as in the Golf7 or the Polo? I have retrofitted an MK7 GTI MFSW and none of the buttons work as they should except for the Paddles.
    What did you change in the wiring? I have an Sharan 2012 Gateway, Touran 2010+ Color Instrumentpanel, 653C Clockspring, 549CH Steeringcolumnmodule
    Vdub:I'm not sure about your Sharan, but the major change that the boffins @ VW made to the steering wheel for the mk7 was the inclusion of the multifunction steering wheel in a network.

    Here's an extract from the mk7 SSP
    While the multifunction steering wheel control unit J453 was previously a LIN slave to the steering column electronics control unit J527, it is now connected directly to the diagnostic interface for data bus J533 as a LIN slave. As is visible in the network, the signals from the multifunction steering wheel are, as previously the case, transmitted via the coil connectors and the steering column electronics control unit, but for wiring reasons only. They do not have any effect on functions there

    Here's a diagrammatic depiction of the different network arrangement


    Is the network arrangement for your Gateway from the 2012 Sharan the same as the mk7?
    Don

    EDIT: ok - I was finally able to find a Sharan 2012 autoscan HERE. Looks like the Gateway has no LIN modules (alas). Note that the multi-function steering wheel module on the Sharan is the more traditional setup- it hangs off J527 (i.e the module @address hex16 like the pre mk7 diagram above). Whereas the portion of an auto-scan from my mk7 (below) shows the multi-function steering wheel module being a slave on the J533 Gateway.

    Sorry for being the harbinger of bad news - but this suggests a fundamental compatibility problem (I think)

    Code:
    Address 19: CAN Gateway (J533)       Labels: 5Q0-907-530-V1.clb
       Part No SW: 5Q0 907 530 E    HW: 5Q0 907 530 E
       Component: GW MQB Mid    121 1109  
       Revision: --------    Serial number: 0000188941
       Coding: 030100342B086400EF0006481C0F00010001000000000000000000000000
       Shop #: WSC 00028 028 00025
       ASAM Dataset: EV_GatewLear 006010
       ROD: EV_GatewLear_006.rod
       VCID: 3365F3749A38A9DA04-8066
    
       Alternator: 
    
       Multi Function Steering Wheel Control Module: 
       Subsystem 2 - Part No SW: 5G0 959 442 J    HW: 5G0 959 442 J
       Component: E221__MFL-DC1  H13 0035 
       Serial number: 02120005290300060291
       Coding: 280000
    Last edited by DV52; 12-19-2016 at 10:19 PM.
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    I have a Caddy '06 by the way.. Does it help changing the cable from the wheel to one from a Golf6 or newest VW Polo?

    Why is everything working fine in your Touran?

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