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    Quote Originally Posted by rojas View Post
    thank you very much, where I can get these documents? . Some things do not quite understand the language, sometimes the translator is not very precise and makes funny moves.

    I have wiring diagrams, but the thermosensor , I not have unclear where is located
    rojas: Hello again- yes I empathise with non-English speaking folk (I used to be one - in my early youth), translations make it very difficult to understand!

    Most of the material that you will need can be found at www.erwin.vw.com. There will be a charge for using the site, but the fee is very modest (can't recall the amount).

    Hm....... 2nd sentence confusing - If you have the wiring diagrams, then you already have the documents, so you don't need Erwin!

    From my reading of the WD, it appears that each of the front seats has a "temperature" sender". The right side sender is G345 and the left side sender is G344 in your wiring diagrams . Both senders are located in their respective seat cushions (left side cushion is Z6 and right side cushion is Z8 in your wiring diagrams). The heating elements in the two back rests don't have "temperature senders".

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyvee View Post
    Enabling both rear fog lights
    Enabling boot closing from the interior button and keyfob on Combi models with powered tailgate
    We already know the tailgate close will not work on a Superb,
    yesterday I found out the coding for both rear fog light’s does not work on the Superb either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo View Post
    We already know the tailgate close will not work on a Superb,
    yesterday I found out the coding for both rear fog light’s does not work on the Superb either.
    Gizmo: I'm not familiar with the Superb, but here are the pertinent Rear fog light Leuchte channels for other MQB platform vehicles:

    • Mk7 (AU) - Leuchte26NSL LA72
    • Polo 6C - Leuchte26NSL A65
    • Audi A3 (8V) - Leuchte26NSL LA72 (Left) Leuchte27NSL RC6 (Right)
    • Skoda Octavia III -Leuchte26NSL LA72 (left) Leuchte27NSL RC6 (right)
    • Seat Leon - Leuchte28RFL LC11

    Perhaps one of these might also apply to a Superb?

    Don:

    PS: Of course the necessary physical infrastructure must be present for the Rear Fogs to work
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    I will give the Polo and Leon codes a try over the weekend and report back, so far I have only tried the Octavia/A3/MK7 coding
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo View Post
    I will give the Polo and Leon codes a try over the weekend and report back, so far I have only tried the Octavia/A3/MK7 coding
    Tried the coding again today:


    • Škoda Octavia III -Leuchte26NSL LA72 (left) Leuchte27NSL RC6 (right)....



    On a RHD Superb, Leuchte26NSL LA72 is the right fog light (drivers side) and Leuchte27NSL RC6 is the left fog light (passenger side)


    I can turn off the drivers side by dimming the LED’s down to 0% (from 100%) but no matter of coding will turn on the passenger side fog light (the brightness was set at 0%, but I have changed it to 100%)
    Next step is to see if there is actually and wiring going to the passenger side fog light
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    Old thread but I'm bumping because of the new way VCDS (as of Release 16.8) handles Adaptation Channel naming. For example the tweaks for comfort windows should now be:

    [Select]
    [09 - Cent Elect.]
    [Security Access - 16]
    Enter 20103
    [Do It!]
    [Adaptation - 10]

    IDE08542-IDE02021-Access control 2-Comfort closing active
    IDE08542-IDE02022-Access control 2-Comfort opening active
    IDE08542-ENG116652-Access control 2-Funk Komfort oeffnen active
    IDE08542-ENG116651-Access control 2-Funk Komfort schliessen active
    IDE08542-ENG122994-Access control 2-Menuesteuerung Komfortbedienung einstellbar adjustable

    2018 models (mk7.5) may use different numbers to accomplish the same behavior:

    ENG141681-IDE02021-ZV Komfort-Comfort closing,active
    ENG141681-IDE02022-ZV Komfort-Comfort opening,active
    ENG141681-ENG116652-ZV Komfort-Funk Komfort oeffnen,active
    ENG141681-ENG116651-ZV Komfort-Funk Komfort schliessen,active
    ENG141681-ENG122994-ZV Komfort-Menuesteuerung Komfortbedienung einstellbar,adjustable
    Last edited by Andy; 07-03-2018 at 02:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    Old thread but I'm bumping because of the new way VCDS (as of Release 16.8) handles Adaptation Channel naming. For example the tweaks for comfort windows should now be:

    [Select]
    [09 - Cent Elect.]
    [Security Access - 16]
    Enter 20103
    [Do It!]
    [Adaptation - 10]

    IDE08542-IDE02021-Access control 2-Comfort closing active
    IDE08542-IDE02022-Access control 2-Comfort opening active
    IDE08542-ENG116652-Access control 2-Funk Komfort oeffnen active
    IDE08542-ENG116651-Access control 2-Funk Komfort schliessen active
    IDE08542-ENG122994-Access control 2-Menuesteuerung Komfortbedienung einstellbar adjustable

    2018 models (mk7.5) may use different numbers to accomplish the same behavior:

    ENG141681-IDE02021-ZV Komfort-Comfort closing,active
    ENG141681-IDE02022-ZV Komfort-Comfort opening,active
    ENG141681-ENG116652-ZV Komfort-Funk Komfort oeffnen,active
    ENG141681-ENG116651-ZV Komfort-Funk Komfort schliessen,active
    ENG141681-ENG122994-ZV Komfort-Menuesteuerung Komfortbedienung einstellbar,adjustable
    I ran into the lower set on the 2018 Alltrack when using the list on top to find them. Thinking I can't find access control 2 then I found them and got this working first try.

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    I have a 2019 GTI Rabbit Ed. Went in to change the traction control button function, and found the long coding helper has far more bits than I'm seeing in most how-to's. Most say to look at "bit 29 (the last bit)", but I have a second line of bits to change. Can anyone help with how I determine what bits do what? Is traction control button behavior still bit 29? Still the last bit? Not sure how to tell, or where to start. I want to change the button behavior to ON/(press)Sport/(hold 3sec)Off.

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    Yep, it is still in the least significant bits of Byte 29.

    Change it to ?6, where the ? is your unchanged first hexadecimal digit of that particular Byte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBAx View Post
    Yep, it is still in the least significant bits of Byte 29.

    Change it to ?6, where the ? is your unchanged first hexadecimal digit of that particular Byte.
    Thank you so much!!!

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