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    Verified VCDS User TommyKnocker's Avatar
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    Thanks for the clarification guys, now is clear. i had a set of codes given by a friend and all the codes were accepted but i couldn't change any adaptation inside the unit anyway. i tryed few of the codes above and noted with some of them controller wasn't accepting futher entries. VCDS says time out is around 10 minutes and ign needs to stai on. it will take me a while but a huge thanks for the list!

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    Hello tried all codes, no joy, with few i was able to enter the controller but no changes were possible.

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    ^ ^ ^ ^^^ TommyKnocker: Don't let the Benevolent Dictator know that I suggested this, but can you get access to "the other cable" which has a security code finding facility? The process has to force-poll 100,000 candidate numbers. but all you need (besides the cable) is a good battery charger, about 12 hours of elapsed time (the process can be done in discrete "chunks-of-time") and a known security code as the seed SA. I suspect that many of the SA posted here were found using this method, but clearly the list is not complete

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    mmm i'll keep the secret ;-),

    well, i'm afraid that it goes a bit beyond my skills, but i have a good friend of mine that could give a try to this method! thanks for the help and good luck with the Dictator!


    Quote Originally Posted by DV52 View Post
    ^ ^ ^ ^^^ TommyKnocker: Don't let the Benevolent Dictator know that I suggested this, but can you get access to "the other cable" which has a security code finding facility? The process has to force-poll 100,000 candidate numbers. but all you need (besides the cable) is a good battery charger, about 12 hours of elapsed time (the process can be done in discrete "chunks-of-time") and a known security code as the seed SA. I suspect that many of the SA posted here were found using this method, but clearly the list is not complete

    Don

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    Bumping this post. Need to switch this off urgently. It is eating my brake pads I cant take my car to the track as a result

    Need help!! Thank you

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    still no joy, so i'm following too,

    ...couldn't complete DV52 trick unfortunately.

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    Here is what I believe to be a complete list (in the 00000-99999 range at least) of "standard" logins for the 8S0907379 ABS Module from a 2017 TTS Roadster S-Tronic:
    01138
    01295
    01972
    02168
    02537
    02727
    02817
    02852
    02919
    03431
    03499
    04205
    04286
    04490
    04538
    04814
    05008
    05869
    06723
    07483
    09102
    09318
    09854
    20103
    40168

    Unfortunately, while they all appear to be accepted in VCDS, none of them have been successful in allowing modification of the adaptation I am interested in:
    IDE04645-IDE05287-Electromechanical parking brake-Automatic application

    However I have posted them here in case they are of use to anyone else with this module.

    I am also told there is a "engineering mode" (as explained in this thread) login of 07140 provided by a different tool set, which does allow modification.

    But currently VCDS does not support this type of login in the label file for this module - so I am unable to test with VCDS. Although Dana in RT support helpfully indicated to me that support for this may possibly be being tested shortly.

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    Hi Stuart,

    Per our e-mail conversation I tested numerous SA codes and diagnostic modes however my 2017 Alltrack (without EPB) simply refuses to accept 07140. I haven't given up on this entirely but the sunroof decided to start leaking so I had to send her off to the local dealer. At this point I'm not sure if that's going to be a couple day spa treatment ... or a drawn out multi-week boot camp but they did identify the water entry point on Friday.

    Feel free to bump this back up a little later in the month to see if we have anything additional to add.

    -Dana

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyKnocker View Post
    Hello,

    Is there any chance to have the security code to access this controller?

    Address 03: ABS Brakes (J104) Labels: 5Q0-907-379-IPB-V1.clb
    Part No SW: 8S0 907 379 C HW: 8S0 907 379 C
    Component: ESC H31 0511
    Revision: 00000000 Serial number: 61825000000019
    Coding: 24AA608D0A9915B040940866C299930EA2240650A8021043C9 7045
    Shop #: WSC 06385 790 00016
    ASAM Dataset: EV_Brake1UDSContiMK100IPB 052008
    ROD: EV_Brake1UDSContiMK100IPB_AU37.rod
    VCID: 418EE94FD0F0464B96-8014

    2016 Audi TTs

    thanks,
    best regards.
    HI,
    anyone found in the meanwhile the right SA code to change XDS settings?
    For sure 20103 and 40168 are not working.

    Thanks
    Stefano

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    Hmm, 20103 was confirmed in a few cases but you might be interested in checking this thread: https://forums.ross-tech.com/showthread.php?19270

    Also, make sure you didn't lock-out your module. Search for Number of invalid keys to make sure it isn't greater than 2.

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