I have 2 complete clusters and 2 boards with MFA. The clusters are listed below
1. 1J0 920 905 L (immo2) 0 miles and SKC
2. 1J0 920 906 L (immo3) 0 miles and SKC
3. 1J5 920 926C (immo3) 0 miles and SKC, this is just a board
4. 1J0 920 926C (immo3) 0 miles ans SKC, just a board.
The oil pan is still in the box, it was bought 3 years ago and I didn’t have time to install. The cluster board is European 1j5 920 926 cx with miles to empty and 0 miles (SKC is included); it’s just a board without faces or housing (except the back housing). Its fully working with dual color...
Tim, looks like the system is building the pressure, the coolant is not circulating freely, does your engine overheats? Check the hose from head to expansion tank, if it’s cold or partly cold, its a chance that the outlet in the head is clogged.
For Canada it will be xx30x or you can use EU xx10x since you use metric system, the EU coding will get rid of open door warning and 24 hr clock, then just go to 17 and in adaptation in channel 2 enter 0 and save, this will set service to default values posted above.
Don’t change the country code in your cluster, only the coding for service interval. The usual coding for us was 07232, change the xxx3x to xxx0x and leave everything else intact, then go to adaptation and in channel 2 enter 0 and save, it will reset service to default values (15 000 km and 365...
No Immo2 cluster had this function (not even Passat in EU), when byte for miles to empty is changed in immo 2 cluster, the speedo is reading slower 5 MPH so changing anything in that cluster will only affect speedo reading:o
moondawg, the values are below: all values used are decimal, the hex value can be used but $ sign has to be used in front. CCM 1j0 959 799AJ US
04283 138 2
04289 138 2
08628 242 246
12724 250 254
16820 250 254
20916 242 246
For the initial discussion of this modification using Vagproduct KVW100 see these threads:
Or this thread:
when working on 1j0 xxx xxx values posted on the net are different that the US...