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Old 04-25-2011, 01:47 PM
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Recoding time/date and miscellaneous – Select [17. Instruments], [1. Control Unit Info] and write down ECU coding if you would like to go back to those regular settings. Select [9. Code Module] Enter a 5-digit code from the numbers below.

First two digits of code are for optional equipment.

00 – no available equipment.
01 – brake pad wear sensor
02 – seatbelt warning active
04 – washer fluid level warning active.
16 – navigation system

Third digit of coding is for country code

1 – Europe (changes to 24hr clock, km)
2 – USA (changes to 12hr clock, miles)
3 – Canada (changes to 24hr clock, km) should be 12hr clock but didn’t work.
4 – Great Britian (changes to 24hr clock, miles)
5 – Japan (changes to 24hr clock, km)
6 – Saudi Arabia (changes to 24hr clock, km)
7 – Australia – (changes to 24hr clock, km)

Forth digit is for number of cylinders 3 No service interval [2002+ models]

4 – 4 cylinders
5 – 5 cylinders
6 – 6 cylinders

Fifth digit is number of travel impulses

0 – TDI engine
1 – 4358
2 – 3648

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Service Light Reset - [17. Instruments], [6. Adaption] enter “02” adapted number: 1 press down and adapted number: will change to 0 press [OK] service light has now been rest.

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Fuel level Indi. Ada. (Adjusts the instrument cluster fuel level) [17. Instruments], [6. Adaption] in channel enter “030” use up/down to change value [note: fuel level gauge should change as you do this] “OK” to save new value.

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Deactivate/Activate Airbags & Saftybelts. [15. Airbags], [8. Adaption] in channel enter
01 – for passenger air bag
02 - for drivers air bag
03 - for passenger side air bag
04 - for drivers side air bag
05 - for passenger seatbelt
06 - for drivers seatbelt.

Press up/down to change adaptation number. [0] to activate, [1] to deactivate. Press ok to save new value. To tell if a component is disabled, when ignition is first turned on, the airbag warning light will come on 3-4 seconds and will then blink for 15 seconds then go out.
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Airbag Fault Reset - [15. Airbag], [2. read fault code] write down code. Push right button to go back, and then select [4. Clear Fault Codes]

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Old 06-12-2016, 02:47 PM
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Thanks for the info! Been searching everywhere.

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BTW, I have the Pro version and want to know if I can program the transmission at all. When I hit the gas there is a lag before the trans engages and would like to remove the lag. Ideas?

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