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    How to activate rain closing on a Octavia 3

    Hi all
    Tried to activate rain closing on a Skoda Octavia 3 today, but with no success.
    In the module 09 - slave 2 RLFS there are no help to see what the coding actually does (no long coding help) and in the 09 I cant´t find the rain closing function.
    I have done it with a Golf 6 and Octavia 2.

    Has anybody tried this with succes. ?

    Styreenhed 09: Centralelektrik (J519) Forklaringsfil: NEZ\5Q0-937-08X-HV1.clb
    Styreenhedsnr: SW: 5Q0 937 086 Q HW: 5Q0 937 086 Q
    Komponent : BCM PQ37BOSCH 026 0095
    Revision: -------- Serienummer: 86580801140503
    Kodning : 0C021B46424722FB47E04000000C0708000000000000000000 0000000000
    Forhandler : WSC 45652 000 1048576
    ASAM datasæt: EV_BodyContrModul1UDSBosc 012003
    ROD: EV_BCMBOSCH_AU37.rod
    VCID: 489F3D95F353137EF8-801C

    Slave 2:
    Undersystem 2 - Styreenhedsnr: SW: 5Q0 955 547 HW: 5Q0 955 547
    Komponent : RLFS 024 0042
    Serienummer: Y14M01D11H04M04S29S9
    Kodning : 02805D

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    elect STG 09 (vehicle power)
    STG Access Permission -> Function 16
    Access code 31347
    STG adjustment -> function 10
    (14) Zugriffskontrolle 2-Regenschliessen auswählen
    Value: adjust value to Permanent
    (26) Zugriffskontrolle 2-Menuesteuerung Regenschliessen auswählen
    Value:adjust value to Active/Aktif
    Select STG 09 (vehicle power)
    STG Long Coding -> Function 07
    Subsystem: Rain / Light Sensor (RLS)
    Byte 0
    Bit 1-Bit 2 DeActivate - enable

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    It depends which RLFS or RLHS you have - follow the link in my signature for full details

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    You are right. The channel on this one is slightly higher. I had done as you are writing and now also tried to deactivate and activate the comfort closing of the windows. But I must be missing something because it will not close "in rain". Great site you have there by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiking View Post
    You are right. The channel on this one is slightly higher. I had done as you are writing and now also tried to deactivate and activate the comfort closing of the windows. But I must be missing something because it will not close "in rain". Great site you have there by the way.
    Wiking: Hi. I've been to andyvee's site more than a few times and you are correct, it's a very well useful resource for MQB platform vehicles. Unfortunately though, this particular tweak has been problematic for many folk for some unknown reason (I understand that it's much easier to implement with VCP). So I suspect that you are not "missing something" at all - you are just a member of the growing throng of those that just can't make this tweak work! Little solace I know, but as the saying goes "that's just the way the pickle-squirts"!

    Don

    PS: I've written-up a similar process to that on andyvee's site, but the in-car procedure is a little different. Will likely make no difference to the outcome, but you could give my process a try - as a last resort. See HERE (there are also some suggestions from forum colleagues at the bottom of my post)

    Finally and coincidentally, I've recently been discussing this tweak with a colleague from Germany (who, not surprisingly speaks the same language as written on many of the adaptation channels). His advice is that in Germany, some folk have been able to get this tweak to work by not setting Byte 0, Bit 1 in the RLS/RLHS/RLFS - again, low probability fix, but it might be worth a try

    Don
    Last edited by DV52; 02-27-2016 at 05:34 PM.
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    I will try your way as well. Regarding the last part. Byte 0 bit 0 and 1 in module 9 is if the car is left or right side driven. If RLFS sensor is mounted is in byte 6.
    Or do you mean in the sub menu for the RLFS.
    Thanks for the feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiking View Post
    Don Regarding the last part. Byte 0 bit 0 and 1 in module 9 is if the car is left or right side driven. If RLFS sensor is mounted is in byte 6.
    Or do you mean in the sub menu for the RLFS.
    Thanks for the feedback.
    Wiking: Sorry I wasn't clear enough in my explanation, I meant the RLS/RLHS/RLFS as a slave module to the BCM (see pic below). As I say these suggestions are "long-shots", so expectations low !!

    Don

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    That was also (how I read it, but not easy to see) what "pronet" wrote:
    For 5Q0 955 547
    Byte 0 Bit 1 - Disable
    Byte 0 Bit 2 - Enable

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    Try 068885 as the coding for the RLFS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEtech View Post
    That was also (how I read it, but not easy to see) what "pronet" wrote:
    For 5Q0 955 547
    Byte 0 Bit 1 - Disable
    Byte 0 Bit 2 - Enable
    NEtech: arrhhh......now I read it correctly - Didn't interpret Pronet's instructions correctly when I 1st read it. So perhaps there is merit in my German colleague's advice - this is getting interesting!

    Quote Originally Posted by andyvee View Post
    Try 068885 as the coding for the RLFS.
    Andy: Interesting Byte 1- 2 value. Is hex6885 another coding for the Octavia using the 5Q0 937 086 module? Here's what the 5Q0 937 547 says

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