7. Completion: Adapting immo, Matching keys, Matching the remote opening, Coding radio
Before you connect the battery back, go check your connections again.
ASSUMING YOU CHANGED YOUR STEERING WHEEL AS WELL, MAKE SURE YOUR KEYS ARE IN THE IGNITION IN THE "ON" POSITION before reconnecting the battery! In case of any problems with an airbag it will deploy while you are outside the car.
Once you connect the battery back this is your "Welcome to the new cluster" screen.
7a. Reading PIN of NEW cluster with VAG CAN Commander:
As you see the cluster is far beyond 100k of kilometers.
7b. Adapting immo with VAG-COM:
The procedure is fully described here: http://wiki.ross-tech.com/inde...er.29
Open 25-Immobilizer and select Security Access-16:
Enter the PIN of NEW immo. Remember about the leading "0": the NEW immo PIN was 5107, so enter 05107. Do it!
This is the message when the PIN was accepted:
Per Ross-Tech Wiki: The instrument cluster now shows Immobilizer Adaptation active, wait until it changes to Immobilizer active - this may take up to 2 Minutes.
Well, my did not show it, or maybe I just did not notice.
Still in 25-Immobilizer select Adaptation-10. Enter 050 in the Channel Number. Press Read.
Enter the PIN of OLD immo. Remember about the leading "0": the OLD immo PIN was 6235, so enter 06235. Test.
Save, Done, go back:
Switch OFF the ignition and let the car sit for ~1 minute, then switch ON the ignition again. Verify that the NEW (USED) instrument cluster now shows the VIN/IMMO-ID of the vehicle now:
7c. Matching keys:
The procedure is fully described here: http://wiki.ross-tech.com/inde...ching. Collect all the keys to your car (usually 2 keys with remote and 1 valet key) before proceeding.
Open 25-Immobilizer and select Measuring Blocks-08:
Select Block 001 and Go! The value in field 3 must be Yes. If value is No, the key is not capable of being adapted to Immobilizer. You have to check each key in this manner.
Select Block 003 and Go! Make sure the shown lock times in field 1, 2 and 3 are 0 (each field represents a time in minutes). If the lock times are NOT 0:
- Do NOT switch off the ignition!
- Allow the car to sit for AT LEAST the number of minutes that were indicated by the fields 1-3. You will see the number decreasing down to 0.
Still in 25-Immobilizer select Security Access-16. Enter the PIN of OLD immo. This is your current immo PIN. Remember about the leading "0": the OLD immo PIN was 6235, so enter 06235. Do it!
This is the message when the PIN was accepted:
Still in 25-Immobilizer select Adaptation-10. Enter 001 in the Channel Number. Press Read.
The "Stored Value" is the number of keys currently matched. Enter a "new value" corresponding to the total number of keys to be matched, including any existing keys (usually 3, see above). The old keys are automatically beeing cleared.
Test, Save, Done, Go back. Close Controller.
Now, the essential part: Repeat the following steps until all keys have been matched:
- Switch ignition off and remove key.
- Insert next key to ignition and switch ignition on again.
- The warning light for the Immobilizer will light up for ~2 seconds, then go out Switch ignition off and remove key.
Note: The above steps after saving the adaptation, should not exceed 60 seconds!
When you are done with all (3) keys, the immo light should be gone:
7d. Coding the cluster and adjusting the odometer:
With VAG-COM open 17-Instruments. Check the current coding in Soft Coding field. If it is different from your old cluster coding select Coding-07:
Enter your old cluster coding in the Software Coding field. Do it!
With VAG CAN Commander select 07 Kombi, Open Channel, Instrument/Immobilizer. Then Read current odometer value. In the New odometer value enter your old cluster odometer value in kilometers. Change odometer.
Once you are done, you should get back to the original odometer:
7e. Coding CCCM:
As you can see the new CCCM is 19-byte long as compared to the old one (14-byte long). Code the options according to the coding of the old one. I left undescribed options as they were originally coded (my CCCM was from GLI).
Note: the horn confirmation is disabled (byte 10 and 11) in my configuration until I wire the siren.
7f. Matching the remote opening
The procedure is fully described here: http://wiki.ross-tech.com/inde...aring. Collect all the remotes (usually 2) before proceeding.
Clearing existing remotes: Open 46-Central Conv. and select Adaptation-10. Select channel 000. Read. To clear all matched remote controls press Save. Done, Go Back. Close Controller.
Matching your remotes: Open 46-Central Conv. and select Adaptation-10. Select channel 001. Read. The value does NOT show the actual number of adapted remotes:
0 = All memory positions occupied, matching of additionals keys not possible, clear memory positons first (see above).
1 = Matching of additional remotes possible.
Start matching your remotes with entering "1" as new value. Test. Save. Press the unlock button on each remote control you want to add, the blinkers will light up to confirm the adaptation process of each remote.
Note: The time for matching remotes after saving the new value should not exceed 30 seconds.
Done, Go Back. Close Controller.
7g. Coding the radio
Upon turning on the radio it is required to enter the radio code that should be included in the Owners Manual. In case of mine it was simply pressing each button X times and then pressing OK.
7h. Enabling the compass in CAN Gateway
Open 19-CAN Gateway and select Coding-07
Open Long Coding Helper
Enable bit 3 in Byte 4: [1C] Position Sensing
Open 1C-Position Sensing and verify correct Soft. Coding:
7i. Coding the siren
Open 46-Central Conv. and select Coding-07:
Select Long Coding Helper:
Select bit 4 and clear bit 7 in byte 16 (19-byte long CCCM):
Enable locking/unlocking confirmation (only if previously disabled):
Transfer coding, Close Long Coding Helper, Do it!
The siren is listed as a subsystem in CCCM. Select Output Tests-03:
Select Alarm Horn (H12) and Start. The "cricket" should start making its noises.
7j. MFSW coding and adaptation
See the.ronin's DIY mentioned above.
7k. Final touch
Run Auto Scan and clear all the DTCs. Run Auto Scan again to ensure there are no DTCs resulting from the new setup.
Enjoy your new cluster.
Modified by maloosheck at 1:55 PM 1-9-2008