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  1. A6 C6 VCDS Changes - Post & Pre Facelift 
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    Pre-facelift Cars - 04 - 08 plate

    1. Confirmation on Lock
    [Select]
    [46 - Central Conv]
    [Coding - 07]
    +2048 to your existing coding (example - original code is 0008443 + 2048 = 0010491)
    [Do it!]

    2. MMI High Hidden Menu

    [Select]
    [07 - Control Head]
    [Adaption - 10]
    Drop-down Menu
    [Select - Service Menu]
    Change 'New Value'to 1
    [Test]
    [Save]

    Drop-down Menu
    [Select - MMI System Retstart]
    Change 'New Value' to 1
    [Test]
    [Save]
    *MMI will now restart*
    [Done, Go Back]

    3. Battery Meter
    After MMI restart and Hidden Menu enable - press Radio then hold in Setup + Car for a few seconds (it might take a few times to get timing correct)
    [Select] DIAG SETTINGS
    [Select] Car Menus Maske
    [Select] Battery Level
    Scroll to Accept Changes
    Press RETURN 3 times
    Restart MMI using Setup + MMI Control Knob + Upper Left Inner Key - release


    4. Visual Parking Aid - if supported
    [Select]
    [76 - Park Assist]
    [Coding - 07]
    Change second digit to '2'
    Example - Original code is 0001106 ... New code is 0201106
    [Do it!]
    Restart MMI and select reverse

    5. Passenger Mirror Dip on Reverse - if supported
    [Select]
    [52 - Door Elec Pass.]
    [07 - Coding]
    Add +128 to original coding
    Example - original code is 0002682 ... New code is 0002810
    [Do it!]
    Select LHS mirror on control and select reverse - mirror will dip if correct hardware is fitted

    6. MMI High Startup Screen

    [Select]
    [07 - Control Head]
    [07- Coding]
    Look for the 3rd digit and change this to your preference as below
    xx0xxxx = A6
    xx1xxxx = S6
    xx3xxxx = RS6
    [Do it!]
    Now go into:
    [10 - Adaption]
    Drop-down Menu
    [Select - MMI System Retstart]
    Change 'New Value' to 1
    [Test]
    [Save]
    *MMI will now restart*
    [Done, Go Back]

    7. Disable Seatbelt Warning
    [Select]
    [17 - Instrument Cluster]
    [07 - Coding]
    Look for the 6th digit and change this to your preference as below
    xxxxx0x = No Seatbelt Warning
    xxxxx1x = Seatbelt Warning (EU-NCAP)
    xxxxx2x = Seatbelt Warning (NAR Old)
    xxxxx3x = Seatbelt Warning (NAR New)
    xxxxx4x = Seatbelt Warning (EU-NCAP incl. Passenger)
    xxxxx5x = Seatbelt warning (NAR Old incl. Passenger)
    xxxxx6x = Seatbelt Warning (NAR New incl. Passenger)
    [Do it!]
    Turn ignition off and on

    NB . 2, 3, 5 & 6 are related to North America.

    8. Bluetooth Module Voice Control - If your BT module supports this change
    [Select]
    [77 - Telephone]
    [07 - Coding]
    Look for the 6th digit in your current coding and change this to your prefered voice language
    00x0x00 = Voice Control Off
    00x0x10 = German
    00x0x20 = English (UK)
    00x0x30 = French
    00x0x40 = Italian
    00x0x50 = Spanish
    00x0x60 = Spanish (USA)
    00x0x70 = English (USA)
    00x0x80 = French (Canada)
    00x0x90 = Speaker dependant voice selection
    [Do it!]

    Now restart your MMI
    [Select]
    [07 - Control Head]
    [10 - Adaption]
    Drop-down Menu
    [Select - MMI System Retstart]
    Change 'New Value' to 1
    [Test]
    [Save]
    *MMI will now restart*
    [Done, Go Back]

    9 - Scandanavian DRL (rear tail lights on with front DRL)
    [Select]
    [09 - Cent Conv]
    [Coding - 07]
    Change the last digit in the coding string to '2'
    Example - 0xxxxx2
    [Do It!]


    10. Changing radio source by pressing RADIO

    [Select]
    [07 - Control Head]
    [Adaption - 10]
    Additional MMI Options
    Add 4 to your existing code (Frequency/Source Change via Function Button Active)
    [Test]
    [Save]


    Facelift Cars - '58 plate onwards

    1. Enabling Gauge Test/Needle Sweep
    [Select]
    [17 - Instruments]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on the second byte in the list.
    Check the box for "Gauge Test/Needle Sweep active"
    [Do It!]

    2. Hidden menu in 3G MMI
    [Select]
    [5F - Information Electr.]
    [Adaptation - 10]
    Choose Channel 6
    change value from 0 to 1
    [Save]
    [Done]

    3. Enabling VIM (Video in Motion)
    [Select]
    [Control Module 5f]
    [Advanced ID - 1A]
    Make a note of the serial number and decode using MMI VIMGen
    [Security Access - 16]
    Enter the code generated above
    [Do it!]
    [Adaptation - 10]
    Choose Channel 48
    change value from 0 to 255
    [Save]
    [Done]
    Restart MMI

    4. Enable Battery Meter once #2 has been completed
    Hold in CAR + SETUP
    car
    carextdevicelist
    check "Battery"
    return
    carmenuoperation
    set "Battery" to 5
    return
    Restart MMI

    5. Enable Bluetooth on MMI 3G
    [Select]
    [Control Module 5f]
    [Adaption - 10]
    Channel 06
    New Value = 1
    Test, Save, Done.

    Now go into the Hidden Menu, see 2. Hidden menu in 3G MMI
    Diagnose>Settings>Tel Settings Misc
    Change the available options to - [no WLAN/no NAD/BT/HFP] 4/16
    Restart MMI (Hold in SETUP + Centre MMI Knob + Upper Right Inner Key]

    [Select]
    [Control Module 5F]
    [Adaption - 10]
    Channel 17
    New Value = 1
    Test, Save, Done.
    Restart MMI (Hold in SETUP + Centre MMI Knob + Upper Right Inner Key]

    If you have Nav fitted, the microphone will be present, if no Nav is fitted then you need to purchase microphone pack 4L1 (or 4L2) 035 711 G

    6. Enable AMI (Audi Music Interface) on MMI 3G (after fitting the hardware)

    [Select]
    [Control Module 5F]
    [Adaption - 10]
    Channel 6
    New Value = 1
    Restart MMI (Hold in SETUP + Centre MMI Knob + Upper Right Inner Key]
    Go into hidden menu, hold in CAR + SETUP ... WARNING DO NOT CHANGE ANY VALUES YOU DON'T KNOW OR ELSE BAD BAD THINGS MAY HAPPEN
    Diagnosis -> Settings -> Audi Music Interface (AMI) set to 7/8
    Press RETURN and come out of the hidden menu.
    Restart MMI (Hold in SETUP + Centre MMI Knob + Upper Right Inner Key]
    Press MEDIA, Source and test the AMI.

    7. Visual Parking Aid - if supported
    [Select]
    [76 - Park Assist]
    [Coding - 07]
    Change second digit to '2'
    Example - Original code is 0001106 ... New code is 0201106
    [Do it!]
    Restart MMI and select reverse

    8. Enabling Lap Timer/Boost Guage/Oil Temp
    [Select]
    [17 - Instruments]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Check the box for "Lap Timer active"
    [Do It!]

    9. Enable Rear DRL (Scandinavian Lights)
    [Select]
    [09 - Cent Elec]
    [Coding - 07]
    Change the 7th digit (ie the last one) to 2
    [Do It!]

    10. Enable Passenger Mirror Dipping
    [Select]
    [52 - Passenger Door]
    [Coding - 07]
    Byte 4, bit 3 - Position memory for reverse gear dipping active
    Tick the box
    [Do It!]
    Test by turning ignition off and then on, select the passenger side on the adjustment switch and select reverse.
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  2. Re: VCDS changes 
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    If it is of your interest, my A6 is MY2010 and my 5F codification is this:

    Address 5F: Information Electr. (J794) Labels: Redir Fail!
    Part No SW: 4E0 035 666 C HW: 4E0 035 666 C
    Component: H-BN-EU H45 0047
    Revision: -------- Serial number: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    Coding: 010100010002E3ED01000715EF6300030001
    Shop #: WSC 02391 823 56573
    VCID: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    Part No: 8R0 060 884 J
    Component: EUR 2010 1005
    Part No SW: 4F0 919 604 HW: 4F0 919 604
    Component: DU7 High H43 0306
    Part No SW: 4F0 910 609 E HW: 4F1 919 611 S
    Component: Bedienteil MM H01 0060
    No fault code found.

    I hope this can help tou,
    Enrico.
     
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  3. Re: VCDS changes 
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    Thanks! It looks like your 5F module is a later revision than mine - yours is 4E0 035 666 C and mine is 4E0 035 666 B

    I don't get any issues with the 5F at all - just this error reported in VCDS. I only have the car for another two months, so I guess it will never get resolved.

    Cheers!

    MF.
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    Can You gentily post all the ECUs codification with VCDS using the function scanner ?

    I've an A6 Avant TDI 2.0 170cv as you and I wish to add the functionality: AHA (Audi hill Assist). i think it is a codification of the ABS ECU (addr. 03) but i don't know which are the right bits ...

    I think that in UK, AUDI enable this feature automatically and I whish to add it on my car.

    Can You help me please ?
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    None of the A6 4Fs over here in the UK have hill hold as far as I know - I have never seen it offered as an option.

    I can happily post the coding of my ABS module, but it will not really help you I imagine - my car does not have hill hold.

    It is now a standard feature on the new 4G A6s, but they are a totally different car.

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    Many thanks MF,
    I know that A4 (B8/8K chassis) and some A6 (4F-C6 restyle, like mine) has this option anabled. So I think that it is only a different codification of the ABS module. Now if your A6 does not has it, it is not necessary that You post your ABS codification.

    The same thing is for some features anabled into the 5F module. For example,did your audio system has some DSP effects ? Your audio system is composed by 8, 10 o more speakers ?

    Thanks again,
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    Hi
    MFGF
    Did you get 01043 - Control Module; Incorrect Software Version resolved?

    There is a way to clear this fault you need to read
    [Adaptation - 10] -> Channel 15

    Value should be 0 count number is important
    Take your count number and do some sums.
    if count is 2164 adapatation value is worked out like this
    2164 xor 51666 = 49574
    49574 is the adaptation value....51666 is always the same

    Regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by andye26 View Post
    Hi
    MFGF
    Did you get 01043 - Control Module; Incorrect Software Version resolved?

    There is a way to clear this fault you need to read
    [Adaptation - 10] -> Channel 15

    Value should be 0 count number is important
    Take your count number and do some sums.
    if count is 2164 adapatation value is worked out like this
    2164 xor 51666 = 49574
    49574 is the adaptation value....51666 is always the same

    Regards
    Andy
    Hi Andy,

    Ok. This is officially weird. I just went out to the car armed with this information and my VCDS on my laptop. When I scanned the car before starting any changes, it reported no faults across the board! Specifically, the results for the 5f module looked like this:

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 5F: Information Electr. (J794) Labels: 4E0-035-6xx-5F.clb
    Part No SW: 4E0 035 666 D HW: 4E0 035 666
    Component: H-BN-EU H64 0143
    Revision: -------- Serial number: 345BY097545942
    Coding: 010101000102C3ED01000315EF6300030001
    Shop #: WSC 00778 210 97003
    VCID: 2756F15056F635B
    Subsystem 1 - Part No: 8R0 060 884 R
    Component: EUR 2010 1107
    Subsystem 2 - Part No SW: 4F0 919 604 HW: 4F0 919 604
    Component: DU7 High H43 0306
    Subsystem 3 - Part No SW: 4F0 910 609 E HW: 4F2 919 611 M
    Component: Bedienteil MM H01 0060
    No fault code found.

    This scan result looks entirely different to the way it used to!

    I was intrigued, so I went to look at the values in Adaptation channel 15. My count number is 10420, but the stored adaptation value is 0. According to the calculation, the stored adaptation should be 55702. No errors are reported, though. Very weird!!!

    The car was in at my dealer for service last week - I wonder if any kind of software update was done which may have fixed the issue? I checked my installed version, and it reports HNav_EU_K0031_3_D1

    Because no error is being reported, I have not changed the adaptation value. I will keep an eye on it over the next few weeks and see if the error returns.

    The only other change I can think of is the version of VCDS - I am now on the following after the latest update:

    VCDS Version: Release 11.11.2 (x64)
    Data version: 20120126

    I now have a labels file for the 5f, whereas there wasn't one available back in February 2010 when I first recorded the scan in VCDS 908.1. I don't see how this could have had any impact on the error, though.

    Cheers!

    MF.
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    Hi
    Im not sure but I think the adaptation channel reverts to 0 after you enter your value
    My incorrect software version only appeared after I added the battery meter so think it is some sort of checksum for mmi
    Did all you vcds tweeks stay after your visit to the dealer?

    Andy

    PS when I entered my new adaptation value the fault code cleared without me having to clear fault codes
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by andye26 View Post
    Hi
    Im not sure but I think the adaptation channel reverts to 0 after you enter your value
    My incorrect software version only appeared after I added the battery meter so think it is some sort of checksum for mmi
    Did all you vcds tweeks stay after your visit to the dealer?

    Andy

    PS when I entered my new adaptation value the fault code cleared without me having to clear fault codes
    I see! It looks like there is no need for me to do anything at this point, then. It's puzzling that the fault disappeared of its own accord, though.

    I always reset all modules back to standard coding and adaptation values before the car goes in to the dealer. I reckon the tech servicing my car has enough pressure to do the job in a fixed time without getting distracted by non-standard module coding being flagged up. I only have the car for eight weeks, so I will probably leave the coding as standard now so I don't have to reset it all when the car goes.

    Thanks for the useful info!

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