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    Hello All,

    Golf Mk4 1.9TDI 2003 - Convenience Control Module (CCM) - Left indicators stay on??

    If I disconnect the Convenience Control Module (CCM) the left indicators turn off. But then the central locking, electric windows and interior lights stop working!!

    If I replace the
    Convenience Control Module (CCM) with one of the same code 1C0 959 799 B does it need coding to the car? Or can I replace with any
    Convenience Control Module (CCM)?


    Thanks for your help mumutley
     
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  2. Re: Golf Mk4 1.9TDI 2003 - Convenience Control Module (CCM) - Left indicators stay on?? 
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    You will need the coding value off the old one as the new one may have come from a different specication car. The new unit will need to have the remote control fob(s) programed in, systems such as VCDS, VCP, OBD11 etc can do these tasks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    You will need the coding value off the old one as the new one may have come from a different specication car. The new unit will need to have the remote control fob(s) programed in, systems such as VCDS, VCP, OBD11 etc can do these tasks.
    Hi Crasher,

    I thought this would be case. Coding value off the old unit - using Vagcom - is there a specific way to do this?

    The remote fobs, I think it tells me how to do this in the owners book pack?

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    When you open the convenience system address 46 the coding value is shown labeled... coding. The remote(s) can only be matched using a diagnostic system, address 21 of the top of my head. The Ross Tech wiki has lots of help and VCDS has a lot of pop up help on screen.
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    Hi Crasher,

    Sorry for the delay in feedback all sorted many thanks
     
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