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  1. Post Q7 (4M) Coding - Last Updated 22/11/2016 
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    In an effort to start documenting what can be changed/altered/enabled/disabled on the new Q7 (4M), I am creating this post/thread to keep all the information in one single place. This post is a "sticky" so will remain at the top of the Q7 forum. I will then keep this post updated as more information is uncovered. Of course, anyone can contribute by replying to this thread and I'll do my best to add it to the first post so all the information is stored in one easy place at the top.

    Background

    Audi/Seat/VW and other cars have always had the ability to be interogated from a computer diagnostic level to see what is within the car. This is all done via the ODB II connector you will find under your footwell on the drivers side of your car. Its a purple connector (colour could be different) and by connecting a device to this along with a laptop (or nowadays even a mobile phone with an app) we are able to interface with the cars computer systems and see whats inside, whats configured and in some cases alter, change, enabled and disable things.

    Some items are easy to change because they are the same across varying cars (like all Audi models for example) while other items are much harder to change/alter because they are (for example) stored behind security access which requires getting past. Even then, some items are not available because to alter them they require "calling home" to Audi HQ to make the changes.

    That all being said, there is a lot available to look into and that is what this thread will attempt to detail.

    Q7 (4M)

    The new S/Q7 (4M) is one of the first cars from Audi to utilise a newer platform they call MLB 2 (somtimes refered to as 'MLBEvo') Do a search for these terms online to read more about them.

    The downside to this is the new Q7 (4M) utilises the new MLB2 platform, and so a lot of the information around changes that were uncovered under the older MLB platform (common across many Audi's/VWs etc) do not apply to this new platform. We are effectively starting from scratch again to uncover what may be possible and sadly this just takes time.

    In addition, the systems used to connect to the platform, in some cases themselves require updates/changes to be able to interface with the car. As you can imagine, this also takes time as those vendors start to peel back the layers of the MLB2 platform and learn how to interrogate it.

    On the plus side, there are many enthusiasts, such as myself keen to understand and break these barriers down and I have been talking a number of folk across the world to see what is possible and we are slowly making progress.

    Devices

    There are many devices you can purchase online to connect to your car. Anyone can purchase these and you dont need to be a car dealer/mechanic to get hold of them. However some of them can be very powerful and if you dont know what your doing you could end up with a car that wont start/lock/turnover or whatever else. This would involve getting it to a dealer to effectively be "factory reset" which no doubt will come at a price!

    I have only worked with 2 devices and I do not work for either of these companies but over the last 6 years of using them I find them good for my needs. There are other products available but I have no experience of any other products so unfortunately can't comment on them. Some may be able to do the same/more/less.

    The two I use are called VCDS (Vag Com Diagnostic System) and VCP (Vag Com Pro). A quick search online and you can find out about these, their cost and how to use them.

    Update 2/11/2016: I am now starting to include ODBEleven device coding changes for those of you that have an ODBEleven device. Will add as we uncover them.

    Coding / Adaption Changes

    Below I will start to detail what changes can be made that we have uncovered so far.

    1. These are nearly all for the Q7 4M ONLY.
    2. *** Ensure you create a backup of your car before making any changes. In VCDS for example, do a complete "Auto Scan" and let it finish before carrying out any coding. Save the output (txt file) to your computer. ***
    3. If something doesn't work as expected go straight back to the change you made and revert it to avoid losing track of what you altered.
    4. The changes below will have been done by either VCDS (with a Hex-NET Interface) and/or VCP or in some cases ODBEleven. I'll detail which system for each one. It may be possible other devices can use the same steps.
    5. I accept no responsibility for any damage this may cause to your car. I detail the below to the best of my knowledge and as safely as possible. Follow the steps and you should be fine. If your unsure, ask.

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    Useful Helpers

    MMI Reboot

    Sometimes the changes require the MMI to be rebooted (like a 3 finger salute on a computer) for changes to show up/take effect. Switching the ignition off/on isnt enough

    In the Q7 (4M) a 3 Finger salute is done by holding the Nav and Radio Buttons "up" and then pressing the main rotary knob. This will cause the MMI to do a quick reboot.

    Note: Yes, you can do this while driving.


    Security Codes

    09 - Central Electrics: 20113
    13 - Auto Distance Regulation: 20103
    6D - Trunk Electric: 12345
    57 - TV Tuner: 20103
    CA - Sunroof: 20103

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    Needle Sweep

    Description: When the ignition is turned on the Needles in the Virtual Cockpit or Non-Virtual Cockpit will do a full cycle of the RPM and Speed Dials
    Risk: Low
    Usage: Start Car
    Software: VCDS (others will work)
    Coding:


    1. Module 17 (Instruments)
    2. Coding
    3. Long Coding
    4. Long Coding Helper
    5. Byte 1 (Second from left)
    6. Tick/Select "Bit 0"
    7. Exit
    8. Do It


    Coding Screenshot (VCDS)
    Video of Needle Sweep (Virtual Cockpit)

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    Lap Timer

    Description: Enable the ability to record lap times as soon as the car starts moving or manually started. Includes Split Time function, Lap Reset. If you have a HUD (Head Up Display) The Gear Selection (e.g D6/S6), Oil Temp and Lap timer counter will be displayed in the HUD. Note, the Lap timer "counter" in the HUD doesnt run for some reason but does on the Virtual Cockpit
    Notes: Not tested on the Non-VC Dashboard, but should work
    Usage: Nothing on main MMI screen, all driven from Instrument Cluster screen. Ensure you are on the "Red" Car screen (not radio/nav/phone) and you should see a new Left "Context" Menu option. Use arrow buttons on the left of steering wheel to navigate.
    Risk: Low
    Software: VCDS (others will work including ODBEleven - Thanks Wolek76)
    Coding:


    1. Module 17 (Instruments)
    2. Coding
    3. Long Coding
    4. Long Coding Helper
    5. Byte 1 (Second from left)
    6. Tick/Select "Bit 3"
    7. Exit
    8. Do It


    Picture in Virtual Cockpit 1
    Picture in Virtual Cockpit 2
    Picture of Lap Timer in HUD

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    Seat Belt Chime Disable

    Description: By default, if the driver or any other passenger does not have their seat belt engaged a "Chime" will repeatedly make a noise until the seat belt is engaged if you start driving. There appears to be two methods to disable this Seat Belt chime.
    Method 1: Using Long Coding
    Method 2: Changing an Adaptation Channel
    Notes: The chime is disabled for the driver and any passenger in the front or middle row. The 5 seat icon on the instrument cluster will still show when seats are occupied when using the Adaptation Channel method as far as we can tell.
    Usage: None
    Risk: Low
    Software: VCDS

    Method 1
    :


    1. Module 17 (Instruments)
    2. Coding
    3. Long Coding
    4. Long Coding Helper
    5. Byte 0 (First from left)
    6. UnTick/DeSelect "Bit 2"
    7. Exit
    8. Do It

    Pic of Long Coding Change

    Method 2:


    1. Module 17 (Instruments)
    2. Adaptation
    3. Scroll down to "Deactivate seat belt warning"
    4. Stored Value should be "No" (Default)
    5. Change to "Yes"
    6. Do It


    Adaptation Channel in VCDS
    Seat Belt Icon in VC Display when set to "No" (Default)
    Seat Belt Icon removed in VC Display when set to "Yes"
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    Tailgate Opening Delay - Via Remote Key Fob

    Description: When you stand near the rear of the car and press & hold the middle boot "release" button on the key fob, the boot will open and rise after a 0.8 second (800ms) delay. This coding can change the delay to a longer value (e.g. 2.0 seconds (2000ms))
    Notes: Only tested on a Q7 4M with Advanced Key option but should work on any. Value only tested is 2000ms. Not sure what maximum value can be or if value can be lower than 800ms
    Usage: Use with middle boot/trunk release key on key fob
    Risk: Low
    Software: VCDS
    Coding:


    1. Module 46 (Central Convenience)
    2. Adaptation
    3. Scroll down and find channel "Time for opening rear lid with remote control"
    4. Load Stored Value (should be 800 ms)
    5. Enter new value in "ms". Example: 2000
    6. Do It
    7. Test the delay


    Adaption Screenshot

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    Adaptive Cruise Control Distance Regulation Set

    Description: For Q7 (4M) cars that are fitted with ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control) you can set the default "Distance" the ACC sets to when you enable ACC. The Default value is "3 Lines".
    Notes: Will only work in cars with Adaptive Cruise Control fitted. Do not attempt if you dont have ACC. If you have HUD (Head Up Display) it will flash up the distance level you have set when you switch the ignition on.
    Usage: Once MMI rebooted (see above), go into Car/Driver Assist/Audi Adaptive Cruise Control. You should see a new menu called "Basic Setting" (It might be called "Standard Setting" if your in the USA). Choose this to set the Distance Level from 1 to 5 (each one representing a "line"). Finally. once set, push the ACC stalk all the way out (towards front of car) so its fully off. Click it back in. This switches ACC "off" and "on" and is needed to pick up the new setting.
    Risk: Medium
    Software: VCDS / VCP (Others may work)
    Coding:


    1. Module 13 (Auto Dist. Regulation)
    2. Security Access
    3. Enter Code "20103"
    4. Do It
    5. It should say "Security Code Accepted"
    6. Go into Adaptation (Still in Module 13)
    7. Scroll through channel list to "Distance basic setting option"
    8. Stored Value should be "Off" (Default)
    9. Set New Value to "On"
    10. Do It
    11. Exit
    12. Reboot MMI using Reboot method in top post of this thread.


    Screenshot of Security Code
    Screenshot of Adaptation Channel to change
    MMI Screenshot of Distance Regulation Setting

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    Lock/Unlock "Chirp"

    Description: For Q7 (4M) cars in the USA, when you lock the car, you will hear a single or double "chirp" (from a second sounder, not the horn). This is a good audible confirmation that the car is locked. This coding enables lock chirp on Non-USA cars but also enables an "unlock" chirp if/when the car is unlocked.
    Notes: There are many options to configure including how long the chirps are, whether you want single or double chirps for lock/unlock as well as updating the indicator flashes to match the number of chirps. There is both Long Coding & Adaption Changes for this modification.
    Usage: Once coded it will work immediately on lock/unlock. In addition, if you lock the car (if you have Advanced Key) using the padlock button on the trunk, the chirp will sound when the trunk is fully engaged. You can also turn off the "Chirp" via the MMI under Car / Vehicle Settings / Central Locking
    Risk: Medium / High (Depending on number of options you change). Please note there are a lot of combinations below so please GO SLOWLY.

    Coding:


    1. Module 46 (Central Convenience)
    2. Coding
    3. Long coding
    4. Long coding helper (VCDS)
    5. Byte 4
    6. Select/Tick "Bit 6"
    7. Exit
    8. Do It


    This will enable the "Tone when Locking" option in the MMI under Car / Vehicle Settings / Central Locking

    Tone when locking option in MMI

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    LOCKING CAR ADAPTION:

    Adaption Changes for "Chirps" when LOCKING the car:


    1. Module 46 (Central Convenience)
    2. Adaption
    3. Find channel "(2)-sounder_settings-beeptime_closing_central_locking"
    4. Default Value is "single_beep"
    5. If you want a single "chirp" when you lock the car, leave this setting as is.
    6. If you want a double "chirp" when you lock the car, change the value to "double_beep"
    7. Do It


    Adaption Channel change for number of Chirps when LOCKING the car

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    Adaption Changes for number of "Indicator Flashes" when LOCKING the car:


    1. Module 46 (Central Convenience)
    2. Adaption
    3. Find channel "(3)-Turn Signal control-Confirmation flashing locking central locking; flashing cycles"
    4. Default Value is "1"
    5. If you want a single indicator "flash" when you lock the car, leave this setting as is.
    6. If you want a double indiactor "flash" when you lock the car, change the value to "2"
    7. Do It


    Adaption Channel change for number of Indicator Flashes when LOCKING the car

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    UN-LOCKING CAR ADAPTION:

    Enable "Beep on Unlock"


    1. Module 46 (Central Convenience)
    2. Adaption
    3. Find channel "(1)-central_locking_system-beep_at_opening"
    4. Default Value is "Off"
    5. Change Value to "On"
    6. Do It


    Adaptation Channel Change for "Beep On Unlock"


    Adaption Changes for "Chirps" when UN-LOCKING the car:


    1. Module 46 (Central Convenience)
    2. Adaption
    3. Find channel "(4)-sounder_settings-beeptime_opening_central_locking"
    4. Default Value is "no_beep"
    5. If you do NOT want a "chirp" of any sort when you UN-lock the car, leave this setting as is.
    6. If you want a single "chirp" when you UN-lock the car, change the value to "single_beep"
    7. If you want a double "chirp" when you UN-lock the car, change the value to "double_beep"
    8. Do It


    Adaption Channel change for number of Chirps when UN-LOCKING the car

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    Adaption Changes for number of "Indicator Flashes" when UN-LOCKING the car:


    1. Module 46 (Central Convenience)
    2. Adaption
    3. Find channel "(3)-Turn Signal control-Confirmation flashing unlocking central locking; flashing cycles"
    4. Default Value is "2"
    5. If you want a double indicator "flash" when you UN-lock the car, leave this setting as is.
    6. If you want a single indicator "flash" when you UN-lock the car, change the value to "1"
    7. If you want a NO indicator "flash" when you UN-lock the car, change the value to "0"
    8. Do It


    Adaption Channel change for number of Indicator Flashes when UN-LOCKING the car

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    Lock/Unlock Videos:


    Single "Chirp" on lock by touching handle (Advanced Key required)
    Double "Chirp" on lock with KeyFob

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    DRL (Daytime Running Lights) On/Off Option in MMI

    Description: For Q7 (4M) cars you are unable to turn the DRLs on or off in the MMI. This coding enables this option in the MMI.
    Notes: Tested with Matrix headlights but same coding applies to non-Matrix headlights.
    Usage: Once configured, go into MMI and go to Car / Vehicle Settings / Exterior Lighting. A new option will appear to turn the DRL's on or off.
    Risk: Low
    Coding:


    1. Module 09 - Central Electics
    2. Coding
    3. Long coding
    4. Long coding helper (VCDS)
    5. Byte 2
    6. Select/Tick "Bit 1"
    7. Exit
    8. Do It


    Long Coding ScreenShot
    DRL On/Off Option in MMI
    DRL's Off in headlights

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    Enable ability to Rip CD's to MMI "Jukebox"

    Description: For Q7 (4M) cars, you can put a CD into the CD player in the glovebox (or multichanger in boot) and "rip" the contents to the internal Jukebox storage within the MMI system.
    Notes: Requires Coding and Adaption Changes. You also need to "reboot" the MMI after the changes (see reboot procedure at top of this thread). Album artwork is sync'd if you have "Gracenote online database" selected.
    Usage: Go to "DVD" under Media and bring up right context menu. Will see new option "Rip to Jukebox". Select and choose whether to rip single track or whole CD
    Risk: Low
    Coding:


    1. Module 5F - Information Electr
    2. Coding
    3. Long coding
    4. Long coding helper (VCDS)
    5. Byte 24
    6. Select/Tick "Bit 5"
    7. Exit
    8. Do It


    Adaption:


    1. Module 5F - Information Electr
    2. Adaptation
    3. Scroll down and find channel "(2)-Copy multimedia data-Optical drive"
    4. Load Stored Value (should be set to "Off")
    5. Change to "On"
    6. Do It
    7. Exit


    Reboot MMI:


    1. See top post of this thread


    Long Coding Change
    Adaption Change
    Pictures of option enabled in MMI

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    Audi Active Lane Assist - Steering Vibration Adjustment

    Description: For Q7 (4M) cars that have the Audi Active Lane Assist fitted (can be part of "Dynamic Pack") you can adjust the 'vibration' level between weak/medium/strong. The default is "Medium"
    Notes: Only applies if you have Audi Active Lane Assist fitted. You can tell if you have the 2 'lines' that represent road markings in the VC or non-VC and/or Head Up Display. Its enabled/disabled with the button on the end of the left hand stalk.
    Usage: Wait until Lane Asssist has detected road markings (Green lines) and drive slightly over a road line so the lane marking changes to Red. The vibration of the steering wheel should be adjusted according to the level you have set.
    Risk: Low

    Adaption:


    1. Module A5 - Front Sens. Driver Assist
    2. Adaptation
    3. Scroll down and find channel "IDE05985-Directional stab. assist ; intensity; steering wheel vibration"
    4. Load Stored Value (should be set to "Medium")
    5. Change to either "Weak / Medium / Strong"
    6. Do It
    7. Exit



    Adaption Change Setting

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    Lock When Driving

    Description: For Q7 (4M) cars when you drive off the doors automatically lock when a certain speed is reached. This change allows you to control whether you want this on or off. It is enabled by default.
    Notes: None.
    Usage: Once configured, go into MMI and go to Car / Vehicle Settings / Central Locking. A new option will appear to toggle "Lock When Driving" on or off.
    Risk: Low.
    Coding:

    1. Module 46 - Central Convenience
    2. Coding
    3. Long coding
    4. Long coding helper (VCDS)
    5. Byte 35
    6. DE-Select/UN-Tick "Bit 0" (It should be TICKED by default. You need to UNTICK/UNSELECT it)
    7. Exit
    8. Do It

    MMI Screenshot when enabled

    ODBEleven Coding:



    1. Module 46 Control Module "Comfort System"
    2. Coding
    3. Find "auto_lock_not_at_mmi"
    4. Value is set to "Active"
    5. Change Value to "Not Active"
    6. Apply


    *Thanks to RickOb for confirming this ODBEleven Coding change

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    Disable "Low Wind Noise" Stop point on Sunroof

    Description: For Q7 (4M) cars with the electric Panoramic Sunroof fitted only. When you slide back the sunroof "slide" option the sunroof will stop about 4/5 of the way back. This is the "Low Wind Noise" position. You then slide the switch once more briefly to open the sunroof fully. This change disables the "Low Wind Noise" position and opens the sunroof fully with just one flick of the switch.
    Notes: None.
    Usage: Once configured, flicking the sunroof switch back fully once will result in the sunroof sliding back the whole length without stopping at the "Low Wind Noise" position.
    Risk: Low.
    Coding:


    1. Module CA - Sunroof
    2. Security Access
    3. Enter Code "20103" (you may be able to make this change without needing the security code)
    4. Adaption
    5. Find channel "IDE09451-MAS08937-Travel path-Sliding Position: intermed. pos."
    6. Value should be "Active"
    7. Change to "Not Active"
    8. Do It


    Adaption Channel Pre-Change (Default)
    Adaption Channel Post-Change

    Sunroof Opening with Low Wind Noise Position Enabled (Default)
    Sunroof Opening with Low Wind Noise Position Disabled

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    Parking Assist Camera - Turn Off Speed

    Description: For Q7 (4M) cars that have either the Rear Camera fitted, Park Pack Assist or Park Pack Advanced you can alter the speed at which the cameras will automatically turn off. By default it is 6 mph.
    Notes: Only applies if you have a rear camera or above fitted.
    Usage: None. Will turn off the camera screen on the MMI at a higher speed than default. You can also press the Parking camera button on the dash while slowing down to a junction for viewing if required
    Risk: Low

    Adaption:


    1. Module 09 - Central Electrics
    2. Adaptation
    3. Scroll down and find channel "Switch off speed for park assist"
    4. Load Stored Value (should be set to "10 Kph / 6 Mph")
    5. Change to another value. Example "20" (which is about 12 Mph)
    6. Do It
    7. Exit


    *Thanks to RickOb and SrbSq7 for finding and confirming the coding.

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    Seat Symmetry + Passenger Seat Control

    Description: For Q7 (4M) cars that have BOTH Driver and Passenger memory seats installed (with the buttons in the doors) you can make both the drivers seat and passenger seat "line up" so they are symmetrical. In addition, you can move the passenger seat using the seat movement buttons on the drivers seat. This change enables these features if you have ONLY Driver Memory Seat installed
    Notes: Not been tested on Q7 4M cars that have neither driver or driver/passenger memory seats installed but it should work. You need to do the SAME coding in Modules 06 and 36.
    Usage: Once coded, go into MMI, Car / Vehicle Settings / Seats. A new option for Passenger Seat will have appeared. There will be 2 options inside. One to line both front seats up together, and the other to move the passenger seat with the driver seat movement buttons
    Risk: Low

    Coding:

    1. Module 06 - Passenger Seat Module & Module 36 - Driver Seat Module
    2. Coding
    3. Long coding
    4. Long coding helper (VCDS)
    5. Byte 2
    6. Tick "Bit 5"
    7. Byte 6
    8. Tick "Bit 1"
    9. Exit
    10. Do It


    Coding Screenshot 1
    Coding Screenshot 2

    Screenshots of Seat Symmetry Enabled
    Video of Seat Symmetry working without Passenger Memory Seat buttons installed

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    Enable & Pair a Second Phone via Bluetooth simultaneously

    Description: For Q7 (4M) cars that have the "Audi Phone Box" installed (Wireless Charging Cradle etc.) you get the ability to have 2 phones simultaneously connected to the car via Bluetooth. If you do not have the Audi Phone Box you can only have 1 phone connected via Bluetooth at any one time. This change enables the ability to connect 2 phones simultaneously via Bluetooth without the Audi Phone Box being installed.
    Notes: Reboot MMI after configuring Adaptation channel.
    Usage: Once configured and MMI rebooted go into "Connection Manager" in the MMI and you will see a new line to pair a second phone. See photo below.
    Risk: Low.

    Coding:

    1. Module 5F - Information Electronics
    2. Adaptation
    3. Scroll down till you find channel "IDE03471-ENG130247-Vehicle configuration-Support_second_phone" (name may be slightly shorter in ODBEleven)
    4. Load Stored Value (Default will be "Not Active")
    5. Change to "Active"
    6. Do It
    7. Exit
    8. Reboot MMI using 3 finger salute at top of this thread.


    Picture of Second Phone option in Connection Manager

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    Enable Ability to lock car with Engine running

    Description: By Default Q7 (4M) cars can't be locked via the lock button on the keyfob or the button on the door (if you have convenience key) if the engine is running. This change enables the car to be locked while the engine is running. This is useful to say, for example warm the car up but keep it locked on your driveway.
    Notes: If you having folding mirrors, they do not retract once you lock the car.
    Usage: Once configured start car engine, get out car and lock. Engine will remain running.
    Risk: Low.

    Coding:

    1. Module 46 - Central Convenience
    2. Coding
    3. Long Coding
    4. Long Coding Helper
    5. Byte 9
    6. Tick Bit 7
    7. Exit
    8. Do It


    ODBEleven Coding:


    1. Module 46 Control Module "Comfort System"
    2. Coding
    3. Find "central_locking_system_lock_unlock_at_engine_runni ng"
    4. Value is set to "Not Active"
    5. Change Value to "Active"
    6. Apply


    *Thanks to JOEREZ for sharing this coding change

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    • Open Sunroof by slide (instead of tilt) when holding down Unlock button on Keyfob
    • Steering Wheel Heating - Temperature Adjustment
    • Welcome Light (Kessy)
    • Taillight LEDs with DRLs
    • DRLs not dimming on indicator activation
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    Thank you for this brill info Andy. Question - will I be able to do these mods on a ODBEleven device too ? The price of the VAGCOM unit is scaring me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by easyeieio View Post
    Thank you for this brill info Andy. Question - will I be able to do these mods on a ODBEleven device too ? The price of the VAGCOM unit is scaring me!
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    Hi Ian, yes most if not all should be do-able via ODBEleven.
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    New Coding added 30th August 2016.
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    Guys, as I add more coding it would be good to know those of you that have used any of it with success or not.

    Be grateful for your input

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