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Codari - Setari functii - Activari - Dezactivari cu VAG COM - VCDS - pentru A6 C7

Discuție în 'Audi A6 C7 (2011 - 2018)' creată de malexgti, 8 Mar 2015.

  1. malexgti

    malexgti 1st Gear Member

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    Deschid acest topic pentru codarile pe care le putem face la A6 C7 (4G)

    Din ce am gasit pana acum pe net avem asa:


    1. Enabling Gauge Test/Needle Sweep
    This will sweep the needles of the speedo and rev counter through their full range automatically when you start the engine.
    [Select]
    [17 - Instruments]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on byte 1 and you'll see the selectable option: "Gauge Test/Needle Sweep active"
    Check this option
    [Do It!]

    This produced expected results

    2. Enabling Lap Timer

    [Select]
    [17 - Instruments]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on byte 1 and you'll see the selectable option: "Lap Timer active"
    Check this option
    [Do It!]

    This made no apparent difference to the DIS options between the clocks. Maybe I just have to find the right sequence to get to it?
    Edit 07-09-12. Although this doesn't work on my car, it does on some. The Lap Timer option appears in the DIS menu on page 2 when you press the * button on the steering wheel and scroll down. You may be luckier than me and find it works on your car?

    3. Kerb lighting
    Illuminating the kerb when turning hard left or right at low speeds with dipped beam on, by turning on the all-weather light on the relevant side of the car.
    [Select]
    [09-Cent. Elect.]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on byte 4 and enable bit 0
    [Do It!]

    I have now (finally) tested this works as expected. I needed a dark night and a quiet corner

    4. Beep on lock
    Chirp the alarm siren briefly when the alarm activates (ie all doors are closed and the car is locked)
    [Select]
    [46-Central Conv.]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on byte 1 and in bit 2 you'll see the selectable option: "Anti-Theft-System: Horn Confirmation active"
    Check this option
    [Do It!]

    This produced expected results

    5. Hidden menu
    Enable access to the green engineering menu in the MMI
    [Select]
    [5F - Information Electr.]
    [Adaptation - 10]
    Select Channel 6 and Read
    change the value from 0 to 1 then Test then Save
    Reboot the MMI (Press MENU, central MMI knob and top right softkey)
    To get to the Hidden Menu, press and hold the CAR and MENU buttons for a few seconds. You may have to have a few attempts - if you don't press them at the exact same moment either CAR or MENU activates. You know if you have done it right because the red LEDs in the buttons do not illuminate.
    WARNING!!!! BE CAREFUL!!! Do not mess with settings in the Hidden Menu unless you know what you are doing. On earlier MMI versions, people managed to activate the bootloader menu and fried their MMI. Use at your own risk. If in doubt, leave well alone!

    This worked as expected.

    6. Battery Meter.
    Enter the Hidden Menu as in step 5 above.
    Select Car
    Select Carextdevicelist
    Check "Battery"
    Return
    Select Carmenuoperation
    Set "Battery" from 0 to 5
    Return
    Press CAR to exit the hidden menu
    Reboot the MMI

    Despite doing this, I could not find the battery meter displayed anywhere. I am a muppet though - it may be lurking in a menu I haven't found yet

    7. VIM
    Video In Motion - prevent the car from suppressing DVD playback once the speed of the car rises above 5mph
    I used the same technique as in my C6 with MMI 3G. These are the steps I followed:
    [Select]
    [5F-Information Electr.]
    [Advanced ID - 1A]
    Make a note of the Serial Number
    Go to Enable VIM TV-playback using VCDS/VAG-COM in your Audi MMI | trick77.com
    Follow the link for MMI 3G
    Enter your serial number into the input field
    Make a note of the personal login code and the alternative login code it returns
    [Security Access - 16]
    Enter your personal login code.
    [Do it!]
    If you receive a "code not valid" message try the alternative code. If neither code works it's likely that your control module doesn't support VIM adaptation.
    [Adaptation - 10]
    Select channel 48
    Press read
    Set the value from 0 to 255
    Press test
    Press save
    Press "Done, Go Back"
    Close VCDS and reboot your MMI as detailed in step 5 above

    This works as expected.

    8. Passenger door mirror dip on selecting reverse.
    When reverse gear is selected, the passenger door mirror dips to show the kerb if the mirror control knob is set to the passenger door mirror position. When driving forwards and exceeding 5mph or when switching off the car, the passenger mirror returns to its original position. If the position of the mirror is changed when dipped, this change is remembered the next time the mirror dips.
    [Select]
    [52 - Door Elect, Pass]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on Byte 4 (5th one along from the left)
    Set Bit 2 to "on"
    [Do It!]

    Full details of this mod are lower down in the thread - it is a little disconcerting at the moment because VCDS has no information for the module and displays a warning when selecting Long Coding Helper. This works as expected

    9. Disabling seatbelt reminder chimes.
    Turn off the annoying "Bing bong" when you move the car on the driveway without your seatbelt fastened.
    [Select]
    [17 - Instruments]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on byte 0 and in bit 4 you'll see the selectable option: "Seat Belt Warning inactive"
    Check this option
    [Do It!]

    10. Disabling engine stop when opening driver's door.
    Recode the Central Convenience module to STOP the engine from turning off when you get out, having moved the car.
    [Select]
    [46 - Central Conv.]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on the red byte (below) and in the binary code you will see: 00000111
    Change it to: 00001111
    ie. with 1111 at the end not 111

    Tab into the next bit box and you will see the code change to 0F (013F062220B9000083200904200104070000000000000000000000000000 to 013B062220B90000832009042001040F0000000000000000000000000000)
    [close the long code helper]
    [Do It!]


    11. Enabling the default distance setting in the MMI for Adaptive Cruise Control
    Adding the option to modify the default distance for ACC (values 1 to 4) via the MMI
    [Select]
    [13 - Auto Distance Regulation]
    [Adaptation - 10]
    Select channel 07
    Press read
    Set the value from 0 to 1
    Press test
    Press save
    Press "Done, Go Back"
    Close VCDS and reboot your MMI as detailed in step 5 above

    In the MMI you should now be able to go to Car > Driver Assistance > Adaptive Cruise and see a new option there to set the adaptive cruise distance.



    12. Modifying the High Beam Assist speed threshold

    Changing the threshold speed at which High Beam Assist activates
    [Select]
    [20 - High Beam Assist]
    [Adaptation - 10]
    From the drop-down menu, select "High Beam Speed Threshold"
    In the third entry box down on the left, enter the speed to set the threshold to in KM/h (eg 40)
    Press save
    Press "Done, Go Back"
    Close VCDS and reboot your MMI as detailed in step 5 above



    13. Enabling the Daytime Running Lights on/off setting in the MMI

    Adding the option to turn off / turn on the DRLs via the MMI
    [Select]
    [09-Cent. Elect.]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on byte 3 and enable bit 0 (Daytime running lights adjustable via MMI)
    [Do It!]


    14. Enabling tourist mode setting for headlights in the MMI
    [Select]
    [09-Cent. Elect.]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on byte 4 and enable bit 6
    [Do It!]


    15. Enable auto handbrake when shift into P
    [Select]
    [53 - Parking Brake]
    [Security Access - 16]
    Code displayed to me was - 78713
    [Adaption - 10]
    [Select]
    "Shift P to EPB"
    Set to Activated
    [Do It!]



    16. Close electric boot lid from key

    [Select]
    [46 - Cent Conv]
    [Coding - 07]
    Click on byte 2, bit 2
    Tick Comfort operation: Remote control active
    [Do It!]

    [Select]
    [4D - Trunk Elec]
    [Security Access - 16]
    Input 12345
    [Adaption - 10]
    Activation using rear lid opening button in remote key - Touch function for closing
    Change to ACTIVE
    [Do It!]

    17. Enable double disarm chirp
    [Select]
    [46 - Central Conv.]
    [Adaption - 10]
    Channel 63
    Add 4
    [Do It!]
    (Prompt shows options for other settings)

    18. Disable DRL dim on turn signal
    [Select]
    [09 - Central Elec.]
    [Security Access - 16]
    Code: 20113
    [Adaption - 10]
    Channel 3
    Set between 5 and 100
    [Do It!]
    (I found 50 to be a good setting)

    19. Parking brake release without seat belt on
    [Select]
    [53 - Parking Brake]
    [Security Access - 16]
    Code presented by program
    [Adaption - 10]
    Select from drop down menu
    Change parameter
    [Do It!]


    20. Tail lights on with front DRLs
    [Select]
    [09-Cent. Elect.]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on byte 2 and enable bit 7
    [Do It!]


    21. Enable ripping from CD to MMI HDD

    Enter the Hidden Menu as in step 5 above.
    Select Main
    Select Diagnose
    Select Settings
    Select Import_Multimedia
    Check "Ripping"
    Return

    Press CAR to exit the hidden menu
    Reboot the MMI
     
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  2. malexgti

    malexgti 1st Gear Member

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    22. Disable NAV & Phone warning messages while entering data at speed

    [5F - Information Electr.] -> Adaptation -> Set channel 2 & 3 to 250


    23. Enable Adaptive brake lights

    [46 - Comfort System] [Coding - 07] -> Long Coding Helper -> Byte 8
    Bit 0 – Emergency Brake Flashing via Turn Lights active (1 = active)
    Bit 1 – Emergency Brake Flashing via Brake Lights active (1 = active)


    24. Enable Independent Fogs control with high beams
    [09 – Cent. Elect.] [Coding - 07] -> Long Coding Helper -> Byte 4
    Bit 1 – (Front) Uncheck the box or change :Bit 1 to 0
    Bit 2 – (Rear) Uncheck the box or change :Bit 2 to 0


    25. Enable TPMS
    * You need the 1AT ABS unit – check your stickers (1AS does not work)
    [Hidden menu] [car] [cardevicelist] [RDK] Enable
    [Hidden menu] [car] [carmenuoperation] [Tires Air Pressure Control] Set to 5

    [03 - ABS Brakes]
    [Security Access - 16] (probably with login code: 61378)
    [Coding - 07] -> Long Coding Helper -> Byte 1
    Bit 3 - Tire Pressure Monitoring (PR-7K6) active (1 = active)

    The TPMS need to be enabled in the Instrument Cluster:
    [17 - Instruments]
    [Coding - 07] -> Long Coding Helper -> Byte 4
    Bit 0 - Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPMS) installed (1 = active)
    Reset MMI


    26. Set Audi parking system - Switch OFF Speed
    [10 - Park/Steer Assist] [Adaptation - 10] -> Channel 23
    Set to 20 (max value in km/h)

    27. Adjust LED brightness
    [09 – Cent. Elect.] [Security Access - 16] (enter security code. One of the default codes is- 20113)
    [Adaptation - 10] -> Channel 3
    Set between 5 and 100


    28. Adjust bluetooth microphone sensitivity

    Hidden menu
    Diagnose
    Settings
    Mic sensiblity - choose -6db/0db/+6db


    29. Enable Drivers Memory Seat
    36: Seat Mem - 07 Coding - Long Coding Helper - change Byte 2, bit 0, to 1
    Seat memory will be there however greyed out in MMI
    Press and hold down unlock button on key fob for 5 seconds for the windows to come down
    Press and hold down lock button on key fob for 5 seconds for the windows to go back up
    In MMI, Seat Adjustment you are now able to find Driver's seat, you can set Key memory on/off. Set it "on" for both keys separately.


    30. Disable/memorize/invert Start & Stop:

    - module 09-Cent. Elec.
    - enter Security Code (20113)
    - Adaptation on Channel 34:
    subtract 4 to the value --> Start&Stop always disabled
    add 32 to the value --> memorize last status (the Start & Stop status at engine startup will be the one at last engine shutdown)
    - test & save
    In addition of these values, if you add 64 to the value, the Start & Stop button light will be reversed: off if Start & Stop is disabled, and on if Start & Stop is enabled


    31. Activation of footwell lighting for vehicles without Lighting Pack / Ambient Lighting
    This allows you to use the MMI to set the footwell lighting level while driving. Tested on cars with MMI 3G+ (Tech pack).

    [Select]
    [09-Cent. Elect]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on byte 16 and enable bit 6
    [Do It!]

    Enter the Hidden Menu as in step 5 above.
    Select Car
    Select Cardevicelist
    Check "Interior Light"
    Return
    Select Carmenuoperation
    Set "Interior Light" from 0 to 5
    Return
    Press CAR to exit the hidden menu
    Reboot the MMI


    32. Enable Automatic Gear selection shown in DIS
    [02 – Auto Trans] [Adaptation – 10]
    Select “Single Gear Display” from top channel drop down menu
    Select “D on/S on” from New value drop down menu

    ATENTIE CODARILE LE FACETI PE PROPRIA RASPUNDERE !!
     
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  3. Cata_ADC

    Cata_ADC Moderator Staff Member

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    [​IMG]

    mai adaugam pe lista site-ul

    http://www.vcdscoding.com/#!a6/cwkm

    - functia de coborare a suspensiei ( pentru cele echipate cu perne )

    Lowering AAS with VCDS

    0) Set your car to "Auto" mode (not dynamic, comfort, etc.). Make sure car is on level ground. Close doors. If any doors are opened during the procedure, it will be interrupted. Make sure your car is NOT in a towing or tire changing mode.
    1) Load up VCDS, go to Module 34 - Level Control
    2) Go to "10 - Adaptation", take note of 4 values titled as "Body height front left wheel house edge" - mine were set to around 384 from factory.
    3) Take the values you noted above, and ADD your desired drop in millimeters (mm) to each value, write it down... So if your left front wheel was 384.5, your new value will be 401.5. Repeat for the other wheels. It is not critical to be 100% precise here, rounding the values is fine. Note that maximum Audi-approved drop is 17mm from what I've gathered. You can go lower, but if you go lower, you're also affecting other systems, such as cameras, adaptive cruise, etc., so be careful.

    Technically, if you want this procedure to be done properly, instead of taking existing values, you will measure all 4 wheels after completion of the step 7, and then add your drop value if desired. Suspension height values are measured from the center of the wheel to the edge of the fender.

    4) Go to Security Access, enter code provided on the following website, under VCDS section, item #3 (I'm not posting this directly to avoid spreading sensitive data, although it's been posted on other forums in past) http://www.stemei.de/pages/coding/au...ng-des-aas.php
    5) You should get a message stating that security code has been accepted - if you don't, something failed, stop doing what you're doing
    6) Go to 04 - Basic Settings

    *** IMPORTANT: Whatever you do, DO NOT select "Reset All Adaptations" - this is not undoable, and will require a visit to the dealer. ***

    7) Select "Activate Level Control", hit "Go", wait for it to complete (should only take a second, until it says "not running").
    8) Select "Delete Calibration For Level Control", hit "Go", wait for it to complete, your car will throw a fault code and you will see an error message stating Air Suspension Malfunction - this is normal.
    7) Select "Start Up to Reference Level", hit "Go". This step will take about a minute, and your car will go up/down during the process (you'll hear hissing noises). Wait for it to complete, until it says "not running". DO NOT use the "start up to reference level production" option.
    9) Select "Go Back", go to "10 - Adaptation" on the previous screen.
    10) Next you will need to enter new adaptation values for all 4 wheels. Select "Body height front left wheel house edge", then enter new adaptation value, and hit "Do it", then repeat for the other 3 wheels. I did it in the order the menu was arranged (FL, RL, FR, RR) - not sure if the order matters, but just in case. Each time you enter a value, you should get a message stating that it has been accepted.
    11) After you're done entering adaptation for all 4 wheels, select "Go Back", and return to "04 - Basic Settings" again.
    12) In basic settings, select "Calibrate Level Control" and hit go, it will take a few seconds. Wait for it to say "not running". If you get an error during this step, you either missed a step, or something went horribly wrong.
    13) Select "Activate Level Control", hit "Go"
    14) You're done, now go to "02 - Fault Codes" and Reset codes.

    If this did or didn't work - please share your experience with the rest of us here.

    UPDATE:

    There is an additional setting that will prevent your car from auto-lowering at ~30 mph, as well as allow you to raise the suspension while driving at any speed. Standard settings gray out the "raise" button over a certain speed, and are particularly annoying if your car is lowered via the steps above and you would like to keep it raised for an extended period of time (such as city driving with a lot of dips, bumps, ramps, sloped driveways, etc.)

    1) Launch the green menu by holding Car + Menu buttons. (If you don't know how to enable or use the green menu, see the main VCDS thread)
    2) Go to "car" then "carmenuoperation" menu
    3) Scroll down to "suspension"
    4) Change the value to "5"
    5) Press the center menu knob to save
    6) Reboot the MMI (Menu button +Center knob+Top Right soft button)
    7) Turn the ignition on/off

    ''Launch Control Counter ''

    Ceva destul de interesant contorizare plecari cu launch :)

    Sau cat de multa ''forja'' si-a luat masina ta

    accesand 02 - Auto Trans

    [​IMG]

    - selecteaza "Adv. Meas. Values"

    -pe measuring block 511 (and also 059, as launch control uses 1st gear).

    ( in cazul de fata a fost facuta o singura plecare cu launch control )

    [​IMG]

    De aici se mai pot monitoriza multe altele

    Spor la treaba

    Catalin :icon_thumright:
     
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  4. dentimarius

    dentimarius Gold Member

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    Am incercat numarul 10, sa previn oprirea motorului cand deschid usa soferului, insa nu gasesc nici un "red byte" pe care sa il modific. :) Primul este galben, iar restul verzi ...
    Am cautat in fiecare byte si nu am gasit nimic legat de oprirea motorului si deschiderea usii, si nici un byte cu valoarea 00000111...

    Am codat 15, 18, 19, 20.......toate sunt ok. Insa numarul 10 m-a incurcat...
    Ma poate ajuta cineva, va rog ? :)
     
  5. Dany 07

    Dany 07 3rd Gear Member

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    Am activat cu interfata 12.12.3 urmatoarele:
    Kerb lighting - coding accepted - functioneaza perfect cu farurile pe auto.
    Passenger door mirror dip on selecting reverse - coding accepted – functioneaza normal


    Mentiune: functia de kerb lighting este deosebit de folositoare, mai ales pe drumurile fara nici un fel de iluminat. Pentru siguranta soferului si integritatea masinii, consider ca orice A6 ar trebui sa aibe activata aceasta functie.
    Cand o sa mai am timp mai activez si altele si postez rezultatele.
     
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  6. dentimarius

    dentimarius Gold Member

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    Nu deranjeaza pe nimeni faptul ca motorul se opreste la deschiderea portierei soferului? Pentru mine este foarte deranjant, mai ales vara cand e forte cald... :)
     
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    Dany 07 3rd Gear Member

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    A mea nu face chestia asta. Dar se poate dezactiva, daca vrei cu VCDS....
     
  8. dentimarius

    dentimarius Gold Member

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    Stiu ca se poate dezactiva, am incercat sa dezactivez, insa nu gasesc "byte-ul" ce trebuie editat. De asta intrebam daca a mai facut cineva, poate imi scapa mie ceva... :)
     
  9. Dany 07

    Dany 07 3rd Gear Member

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    ([46 - Central Conv.]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper])

    What he's stating is to select the bytes (as he's shown below highlighted in red) in the long coding helper:

    013F062220B9000083200904200104070000000000000000000000000000

    then continue with the instructions to change the displayed binary code from this:

    00000111

    to this:

    00001111 (basically changing the 5th "0" to a "1")

    which will then change the long code displayed result to this after you tab to the next bit field:

    013B062220B90000832009042001040F0000000000000000000000000000

    Select "Save" or "Do it" if offered as an option.

    Write down the default before making the change just in case. Good luck.


    Sursa citatului: http://www.audiworld.com/forums/a6-...rrect-coding-disable-engine-shutdown-2862011/

    Citeste toate paginile postului, ca sa intelegi despre ce e vorba. Succes!
     
  10. dentimarius

    dentimarius Gold Member

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    :))))
    Tocmai m-am intors de la masina. Surpriza maxima sa descoper ca aveam codarea facuta , dar motorul se oprea cand deschideam usa la sofer. Am corectat codarea, din "0F" in "07" , bitii s=au schimbat is ei din "00001111" in "00000111", adica exact cum ar fi trebuit sa fie initial.
    Dar ce e ciudat e ca acum motorul nu se mai opreste cand deschid portiera. :D
    Deci functioneaza si codarea nr 10, doar ca un pic invers.
     
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    Dany 07 3rd Gear Member

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    :lmfao: Tare! Important e ca face ceea ce vrei pana la urma. Posibil sa fie o alta codare pe undeva care sa aibe legatura cu aceasta codare, si daca e invers ca in instructiuni codarea respectiva, probabil si asta trebuie setata "invers" ca sa functioneze cum trebuie :) Important e ca ti-ai rezolvat problema ;)
     
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    OviStockholm 1st Gear Member

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    Ce face mai exact functia kerb lighting ?
     
  13. Dany 07

    Dany 07 3rd Gear Member

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    Cand iei o curba, se aprinde becul de all weather light pe partea aferenta curbei, si iti ilumineaza coltul curbei in lateral. Dupa ce indrepti volanul, becul respectiv se stinge, cu un efect de "fade out", probabil ca sa nu altereze privirea noaptea. Cauta pe google sau youtube. "Kerb" = bordura.
     
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  14. CristianA6

    CristianA6 1st Gear Member

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    Am activat kerb lighting. Functioneaza perfect si vizibil in locuri intunecate. Ideea este ca se activeaza dupa 140/H :)). Mie personal imi pare cam mult. Am fost la cineva care se ocupa strict de audi. Legat de coborat masina mai jos(perne) sfatul a fost sa nu pentru ca pica compresorul. A mai facut cineva? Cum se prezinta compresorul?
     
  15. Cata_ADC

    Cata_ADC Moderator Staff Member

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    Ce prostie . Nu are nicio treaba , cu cat o lasi mai jos cu atat e mai bine
     
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  16. CristianA6

    CristianA6 1st Gear Member

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    Din pacate eu nu stiu cum functioneaza. Multumesc pentru parere.
     
  17. dentimarius

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    Piatra Neamt
    Masina:
    Audi A6 C7, 2.0 TDI, CGLD, multitronic
    Am mai gasit o codare pentru reglarea luminii la picioare din MMI pentru masinile fara pachetul optional corespunzator:

    26. Activation of footwell lighting for vehicles without Lighting Pack / Ambient Lighting
    This allows you to use the MMI to set the footwell lighting level while driving. Tested on cars with MMI 3G+ (Tech pack).


    [Select]
    [09-Cent. Elect]
    [Coding - 07]
    [Long Coding Helper]
    Click on byte 16 and enable bit 6
    [Do It!]

    Enter the Hidden Menu as in step 5 above.
    Select Car
    Select Cardevicelist
    Check "Interior Light"
    Return
    Select Carmenuoperation
    Set "Interior Light" from 0 to 5
    Return
    Press CAR to exit the hidden menu
    Reboot the MMI


    Am sa incerc in una din zilele urmatoare si revin.
     
  18. dentimarius

    dentimarius Gold Member

    Înscris:
    27 Feb 2013
    Locație:
    Piatra Neamt
    Masina:
    Audi A6 C7, 2.0 TDI, CGLD, multitronic
    Am facut codarea si e OK.
     
  19. Cata_ADC

    Cata_ADC Moderator Staff Member

    Înscris:
    14 Feb 2008
    Locație:
    Brasov - Zarnesti
    Masina:
    A6 Allroad CGQB 2013 , S5 Sportback CWGD 2017
    am vazut ceva intersant
    Pe motorizarea BiTdi poate aparea ceas-ul de presiunea turbo - boost gauge si central led-uri de schimbare a treptelor de viteaza. Inclusiv temperatura uleiului
    bitdi s.jpg

    Mi se pare destul de interesant
    Trebuie sa studiem
     
  20. nucugheri

    nucugheri Audi Expert

    Înscris:
    13 Dec 2007
    Locație:
    Bistrita
    Masina:
    Audi A6 C5 1,9 TDI 96 KW
    E putin cam facatura poza, turometrul la 5.000 si vitezometrul la 80...:)
     
    IONUT FARCA, MARIO71 și Mocanu.adi apreciază asta.

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