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    Thread: DIY - Windows Roll Up and Down with Remote

    1. Member MBRACKLIFFE's Avatar
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      03-26-2010 10:39 PM #1
      !WARNING! You CAN mess up your Comfort Control Module by doing this incorrectly. PLEASE be careful.

      These instructions will allow you to modify the coding in your comfort control module so that your windows will roll up or down when the button
      on your remote keyfob is pressed.

      If you have already done this with one of the aftermarket flash-loaders you CAN NOT do this mod because the flash-loaders permanently
      encrypt the code in your CCM.

      To operate the windows press and hold the unlock button. Your car will unlock and the windows will roll down until you let go of the button.
      Press and hold the lock button to do the opposite.

      This procedure has been documented on several forums but I wanted to gather all of the information and .:R specific info into one post.

      The original posts that I followed can be found here:
      http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=151041
      http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=148070
      http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=149207
      http://www.passatworld.com/for...19402
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=3692819


      WHAT YOU WILL NEED
      ==================

      A SERIAL OBD2 interface

      ***MANY people have tried to use a USB OBD2 interface and I have yet to hear of anyone who has gotten this to work. PLEASE do not ask about
      how to get a USB interface to work but do post up if you figure it out. USB to serial converters do not work either.***

      Some of the older Ross tech serial cables will work and I know that the latest HEX-CAN-COM cable will work because that is what I used.

      NOTE: On the newer "Smart" Ross Tech cables (Like the HEX-CAN-COM) you must disable the "Boot into Intelligent Mode" option. Doing this will
      essentially make your cable a dumb cable and allow it work. Otherwise the onboard software will interfere with communication.

      People have also had varying success with the cheap eBay serial OBD2 cables but I do not know exactly which ones. Please see the posts over
      at TDi Club forum for tons of cable specific questions and answers.


      A VDS-PRO DOS BOOT DISK

      VDS-Pro must be run in a true DOS environment so you can not use the Command Prompt option in Windows XP. This is because there is no
      direct hardware access in the XP command prompt which is required for VDS-Pro.

      I have created a DOS Boot disc ISO with all of the necessary Configuration files for download HERE.

      Simply download the ISO and burn it to disc with your favorite burning software.


      THE PROCEDURE (Short Version)

      -Insert the Boot CD and boot the computer from the CD
      -VDS-Pro should start automatically (Type vdc_e.ex or vag.bat if it does not)
      -Press ESC to cancel the autoconnect
      -Connect your cable (it should not be connected before this)
      -Connect to the CCM (enter 46)
      -Login with code 19283 (function 11)
      -Verify the CCM ID number and look up the proper coding
      -Enter the correct address' and write down your existing memory values (function 26)
      -Change the values (function 27)
      -Close the connection (function 06)
      -Test that things work as they should!

      My CCM ID was 1C0 959 799 C

      So I changed the following values in my CCM

      LHD R32 CCM Values for 1C0 959 799 C
      Memory Address | old value | new value
      -----04361-----------138----------130
      -----04362-----------138----------130
      -----04363-----------138----------130

      RHD R32 CCM Values for 1C0 959 799 B
      Memory Address | old value | new value
      -----04361-----------10------------2
      -----04362-----------10------------2
      -----04363-----------10------------2


      THE PROCEDURE (Long Version)

      Credit goes to dugong for originally posting most of this over in the MKIV forums.

      1)-Insert the Boot CD and boot the computer from the CD
      2)-VDS-Pro should start automatically (Type vdc_e.ex or vag.bat if it does not)
      3)-Press ESC to cancel the autoconnect
      4)-Connect your cable (it should not be connected before this)


      This is what you should be looking at:


      5)-Type 46 and this screen should show up:


      6)-Type 11 and this screen should show up. Login into the CCM by entering 19283 and hit enter:


      8)-Hit Enter here:


      9)-We're back to this screen again. notice down in the left-hand corner it reads 1J0959799AJ. that is the module i'm programming in this 2-door
      GTI. You now need to reference the CCM ID for your module and specific car. 4-door golfs, Jettas, Passats require additional steps for the
      2 rear windows. ONLY use the memory addresses and values for your CCM (SEE ABOVE FOR R32 VALUES).


      10)-Type 26 and go through "eeprom (serial) read" to look at the address numbers listed for your CCM. Make sure the numbers match
      the numbers given for your CCM.

      11)-Type 27 to bring up the "eeprom (serial) write" box and this screen displays. now type 04283 in the address field and then the new
      number given by your CCM ID in the value field. NOTE: i think you hit tab to bring the cursor from the address field down to the value field
      (or you can hold alt+v to get the cursor to move to the value field). Hit Enter.


      12)-This screen now shows for verification. Hit Enter


      13)-Repeat steps 11) and 12) for each memory address.

      14)-(OPTIONAL: you can type 26 and go through "eeprom (serial) read" to look at those address numbers to make sure you
      typed in the correct values----also, you can always go back through "eeprom (serial) write" and change the address number values to
      different numbers or back to stock numbers in case you messed up)

      15)Now hold down alt+x and hit Enter to exit the program.


      CONNECTION PROBLEMS

      If you are having trouble connecting you may need to change the baud rate. Try this:

      Go to Configuration >>> Connections >>> Change Baudrate and try to cennect again.

      Changing the connection settings has worked for some people but I did not need to.


      ADDITIONAL CCM ID's

      1J0
      __________________________________________
      1J0 959 799 S 03B
      Memory Address old value new value
      04283 8 2
      04289 8 2
      08628 242 246 driver side front window
      12724 250 254 passenger side front window
      16820 250 254 driver side rear window
      20916 242 246 passenger side rear window

      1J0 959 799 J 00E
      Memory Address old value new value
      04286 8 2
      04291 8 2
      04296 8 2
      08628 242 246 driver side front window
      12724 250 254 passenger side front window
      16820 250 254 driver side rear window
      20916 242 246 passenger side rear window

      1J0 959 799 AH 046 Sedan
      Memory Address old value new value
      04295*** 138/ 64
      04283 138 / 64
      04289 138 / 2
      08628 242 / 246
      12724 250 / 254
      16820 242 / 246
      20916 250 / 254

      1J0 959 799 AH 06Q Sedan
      Memory Address old value new value
      04295*** 72 / 64
      04283 72 / 64
      04289 72 / 2
      08628 242 / 244
      12724 250 / 252
      16820 242 / 244
      20916 250 / 252

      ***This memory address added to keep the rear trunk handle from locking the car

      1c0
      ________________________________________
      1C0 959 799 A (any index) and 1C0 959 799 B (any index) for Wagon
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 75 67
      04362 75 67
      04363 75 67

      1C0 959 799 A (any index) and 1C0 959 799 B (any index) for Sedan
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 74 66
      04362 74 66
      04363 74 66


      1C0 959 799 C (2002 Golf)
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 138 66
      04362 138 66
      04363 138 66

      1C0 959 799 C (2004 Golf GLS TDI)
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 138 130
      04362 138 130
      04363 138 n/c

      1C0 959 799 F or 1C0 959 799 G
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 202 194
      04362 202 194
      04363 202 194

      B5 Passat
      ________________________________________
      1J0 959 799AJ
      Memory Address old value new value
      04283 138 2
      04289 138 2
      08628 242 246 driver side front window
      12724 250 254 passenger side front window
      16820 242 246 driver side rear window
      20916 250 254 passenger side rear window

      1J0 959 799 S 03B
      Memory Address old value new value
      04283 8 2
      04289 8 2
      08628 242 246 driver side front window
      12724 250 254 passenger side front window
      16820 250 254 driver side rear window
      20916 242 246 passenger side rear window

      1J0 959 799 J 00E
      Memory Address old value new value
      04286 8 2
      04291 8 2
      04296 8 2
      08628 242 246 driver side front window
      12724 250 254 passenger side front window
      16820 250 254 driver side rear window
      20916 242 246 passenger side rear window

      B5.5 Passat
      ________________________________________
      1C0 959 799 A (Wagon)
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 75 67
      04362 75 67
      04363 75 67

      1C0 959 799 B (Wagon)
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 75 67
      04362 75 67
      04363 75 67

      1C0 959 799 B (Wagon)
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 74 66
      04362 74 66
      04363 74 66

      1C0 959 799 B (Sedan)
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 74 66
      04362 74 66
      04363 74 66

      1C0 959 799 C (Wagon)
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 203 195
      04362 203 195
      04363 203 195

      1C0 959 799 C (Sedan)
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 202 194
      04362 202 194
      04363 202 194

      New Beetle
      ________________________________________
      1J0 959 799AJ
      Memory Address / old value / new value
      04283 / 138 / 2
      04289 / 138 / 2
      08628 / 242 / 246 driver side front window
      12724 / 250 / 254 passenger side front window

      1C0 959 799 F
      Memory Address / old value / new value
      04361 / 202 / 194
      04362 / 202 / 194
      04363 / 202 / 194

      1C0 959 799 G
      Memory Address / old value / new value
      04361 / 202 / 194
      04362 / 202 / 194
      04363 / 202 / 194

      Gti
      ________________________________________
      1J0 959 799AJ
      Memory Address old value new value
      04283 138 2
      04289 138 2
      08628 242 246 driver side front window
      12724 250 254 passenger side front window

      Jetta Wagon
      ________________________________________
      1C0 959 799 C (2003 Jetta Wagon TDI)
      Memory Address old value new value
      04361 202 194
      04362 202 194
      04363 202 194

      Polo
      ________________________________________
      6N0 959 799 B 07F
      Memory Address old value new value
      04283 10 2
      04289 10 2
      4295 10 2

      Modified by MBRACKLIFFE at 12:49 AM 3-27-2010


      Modified by MBRACKLIFFE at 2:14 PM 3-27-2010


      Modified by MBRACKLIFFE at 2:18 PM 3-27-2010


      Modified by MBRACKLIFFE at 2:19 PM 3-27-2010


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      03-27-2010 02:09 AM #2
      Great post MBRACKLIFFE

      I'll be giving this a shot this weekend directly through the CarPC (and ElmScanner) to see how well this works. Seems like there would be some interesting possibilities outside of the remote window rolling as well.


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      03-27-2010 02:41 AM #3
      *R32 1518*, biggest head ever to fit in a GOLF!
      Congrats, turd burglar.

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      03-27-2010 03:02 AM #4
      For 1C0 959 799 C CCMs (all US R32s) I recommend changing the 138 to 130, not a 66. Only 1 bit needs to be changed for the remote windows, switching to 66 toggles 3 bits total - 2 of which are not needed(and are possibly changing unknown other features)

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      03-27-2010 04:32 AM #5
      For RHD R32s these are the codes:

      CCM Module 1C0 959 799B

      04361 10 >> 2
      04362 10 >> 2
      04363 10 >> 2

      Mine already had the 30 second delay for the alarm coded in from the factory i.e. open locked and alarmed car with key (not remote) - must insert key into ignition within 30 seconds or alarm still goes off - you will note if you do this that the door LED still blinks (even though the car has been unlocked with the key) until key is put in igniton




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      03-27-2010 01:58 PM #6
      By changing to 130 vs 66... does the sunroof also roll down ? I would love to have that feature not just the windows. My car sits across from my lift @ work just outside the shop, I want to be able to roll up all the open windows/roof with a click of a button in case it rains.

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      03-27-2010 03:12 PM #7
      Quote, originally posted by DasTeknoViking »
      By changing to 130 vs 66... does the sunroof also roll down ? I would love to have that feature not just the windows. My car sits across from my lift @ work just outside the shop, I want to be able to roll up all the open windows/roof with a click of a button in case it rains.

      My moon roof does close with this mod but doesn't open.

      Last edited by MBRACKLIFFE; 06-10-2014 at 09:14 PM.

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      03-27-2010 03:13 PM #8
      Quote, originally posted by Steve99 »
      For 1C0 959 799 C CCMs (all US R32s) I recommend changing the 138 to 130, not a 66. Only 1 bit needs to be changed for the remote windows, switching to 66 toggles 3 bits total - 2 of which are not needed(and are possibly changing unknown other features)

      Yes I think you are correct with the 130 vs. 66. I will update the original post.


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      03-27-2010 03:38 PM #9
      great post, thanks

    10. 03-27-2010 05:31 PM #10
      Nice.

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      03-27-2010 07:51 PM #11
      Has anyone tried this with a V-checker?

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      03-27-2010 08:47 PM #12
      I've got an Alientec window controller that I haven't gotten around to putting in. This would be quite a bit easier that removing the door panel.
      Thanks for the post!

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      01-26-2014 05:41 PM #13
      Working and moddified VDS PRO
      http://rapidshare.com/share/A1590CB7...20BF702BFCE9E5
      If link down PM me!

      Guide:

      1. Boot from CD
      2. Type in R:
      3. Type in vdc_e
      4. Follow this guide.

    14. 01-27-2014 02:52 PM #14
      I tried to do this but I'm stuck with one problem. I can't see required EEPROM fields at all. Does anyone know the solution for that?


    15. 01-27-2014 05:48 PM #15
      The original info:
      http://www.vagcom.org/vdspro/

      Some other info on this/different method:
      http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=354867

    16. 01-29-2014 04:50 AM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by MatadoR32 View Post
      The original info:
      http://www.vagcom.org/vdspro/

      Some other info on this/different method:
      http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=354867

      Not helping. Different method is for newer cars. Mine is older B5 but the year is 2000. Does anyone else have VDS PRO bootable iso file? Would like to try different versions. Perhaps the problem is in the program.

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