Coding procedure for CCM Window Modification

nineeightyone

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'04 Jetta Wagon
Not sure exactly how US cars hatch works, but with Euro locks you have an option in Adaption Channel -10- for "one touch/ two touch" unlocking? That may have changed during the coding with KVW100.

The Wagon uses different CCM coding to a Golf anyway as it has electronic lock for hatch like a Bora lock...not sure if that is relevant.

Can you even unlock the CCM once KVW100 installed? Originally not, unless they have changed their program?
To my knowledge, the CCM is unlocked with the later iterations, which I believe mine is (Technically the KVW100+, according to the label?)

I've emailed the vendor, but nobody can seem to figure out why the uninstall process doesn't want to go smoothly for me. :(
 

Hannu

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Has anybody checked if the vds changes the wsc (workshop code ) when doing the modification?

Thanks!
 

cuppie

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02 B5.5 Passat 1.8t
Has anybody checked if the vds changes the wsc (workshop code ) when doing the modification?

Thanks!
VDS-Pro? No, it does not. (Although, you might be able to use it to change that if you wanted - but, it would be YOU making the change, not the software.)
I've been in my CCM, oh, four times now (for various changes), and the WSC is the same now as it was the first time I went in.
 

jagster936

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2002 Beetle TDI Manual
Won't Connect

Hmm I am just trying this with my 02 Golf TDI. It won't connect.

I got the software to load on an old laptop, only by adding VDSPRO to the win98 bootimage and making the ISO bootable and reburning. Complicated. When I run VAG.BAT it says not enough memory. But I can successfully execute VDC_C.exe and it lets me in. I have the correct config file I think. But alas it won't connect to 46. Key on. What am I missing? Please help! Thanks
 

jagster936

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Some more info. This is the type of cable I was using. I tried in both on and off positions. I also tried ports com1-4, at 9600 baud only

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fotag-OBD2-...636194&hash=item41bf9b21c6:g:KxoAAOSwxxdZZzar

What is going on? It's some random old ebay computer I got for 15 so maybe it has damaged serial port. It's also very difficult to plug in to the TDI as the cable is in the way with stupid right angle thing.

Is this ISO or HEX or ?

Thanks!!!
 

cuppie

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02 B5.5 Passat 1.8t
Because it does. :)
A straight-thru RS232-to-OBD cable simply doesn't work. I've tried. Many here have tried.
Need a 'fancy' cable, not a 'simple' cable.
 

jagster936

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2002 Beetle TDI Manual
Don't think that was stated anywhere clearly. They should state in the sticky. Thanks!!!
 
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