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VW MKVII-Mk7 Golf family including Golf Wagon (~ 2015 +) Discussions area for the Mk7 (2015+) Golf and Golf Wagon TDIs based on the MQB (Modularer Querbaukasten) platform.

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Old July 27th, 2018, 07:36   #46
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If you are a registered owner of VCDS you should just call RT and ask.
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Old July 30th, 2018, 07:37   #47
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Also the ABS controller of a Mk6 jetta may not be the same as the MQB based ones of the TDI and TSI Golfs. You may be SOL.

I still need to steel the wife's car for a day and verify if I can change the setting on her Passat.
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Old October 25th, 2018, 11:21   #48
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I believe the TDIs have different bleeder valves where the diaphragm is not removable. It looks different on the inside in comparison to what is shown in the writeups. I couldn't figure it out without attempting to break it. You could drill it out larger pretty easily though.

I spent a little money and got the ECS bleed block that uses a speed bleeder. It took so little time to bleed that thing compared to before! I also changed to a different clutch at the same time, so cannot really compare the feel accurately.

The delay valve IMO needs to go if you're thinking of upgrading the clutch or if you're tuned. There were a handful of times when driving spiritedly that I would have my foot off the clutch pedal from a quick engagement, yet the revs would not come down immediately as if the disc was slipping while the pressure plate was being "delayed" from full engagement.
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Old December 25th, 2018, 13:40   #49
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I believe the TDIs have different bleeder valves where the diaphragm is not removable. It looks different on the inside in comparison to what is shown in the writeups. I couldn't figure it out without attempting to break it. You could drill it out larger pretty easily though.

I spent a little money and got the ECS bleed block that uses a speed bleeder. It took so little time to bleed that thing compared to before! I also changed to a different clutch at the same time, so cannot really compare the feel accurately.

The delay valve IMO needs to go if you're thinking of upgrading the clutch or if you're tuned. There were a handful of times when driving spiritedly that I would have my foot off the clutch pedal from a quick engagement, yet the revs would not come down immediately as if the disc was slipping while the pressure plate was being "delayed" from full engagement.



can you post some pics of the OEM bleeder valve just to compare to the one in the HOW TO for the GTI.
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Old December 28th, 2018, 10:23   #50
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Part # 1K0721468C


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Old December 28th, 2018, 13:42   #51
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Thank You for the reply. That is what I was afraid of. I've searched high and low all over the place and can't find the code. The search continues...
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Did the search ever return an answer / solution?
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Old January 4th, 2019, 15:17   #52
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Control Module
Security Code
Contributor
Comments
01 -Engine
27971


02-Auto Trans



2b-Steer. Col. Lock
20103


03- ABS Brakes
25004

11966
15081
18573
20103
24435
25004
28183
31857
37202
40168
44595
10505

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acr2001 (RT forum)








Morde

Brake booster adaptation only


DV52 comment:
40168 & 20103 - often quoted for 03, but hasn't worked for me
28183 & 44595 - also hasn't work

3C-Lane Change



05 - ACC/Start Auth.
20103


08-Auto HVAC



09-Cent. Elect.
31347


10-Park/Steer Assist
71679
20103



13- Auto Dist. Reg (ACC)
14117
Morde

15-Airbags



16-Steering wheel



17-Instruments
20103
25327
.
Zloybob

Not applicable to MY16 models
Accepted on MY16, but no access to adaptation channels

19-CAN Gateway
20103


32-Differential Locks



42-Door Elect, Driver
20103


44-Steering Assist
19249


52-Door Elect, Pass.
20103


55-Headlight Range
20103


5F-Information Electr.
20103


A5-Frt Sens. Drv. Assist
20103


A9-Struct. Borne Sound



6D
12345
Morde

75-Telematics
20103
Chillout

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thanks for the pic but ended doing the same as you I ordered the ECS bleeder .


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On the TDI there are only:
Normal, Strong, and Maximum choices

I did change the throttle response and noticed a bit better response around town.


I had a local diesel shop change the throttle setting and change the vibration reduction from “Strong” to “Normal”.... I’m going to try that out for the weekend. The throttle is smoother and more predictable, and it seems like there’s a little less torque lag. Want to see how happy I am with that before flashing the ECU. I was able to drive Kerma’s MK7 development car with 6MT and the tune and a larger turbo. That was fun!

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I had a local diesel shop change the throttle setting and change the vibration reduction from “Strong” to “Normal”.... I’m going to try that out for the weekend. The throttle is smoother and more predictable, and it seems like there’s a little less torque lag. Want to see how happy I am with that before flashing the ECU. I was able to drive Kerma’s MK7 development car with 6MT and the tune and a larger turbo. That was fun!

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