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      05-29-2014 01:28 PM #126
      yes

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      05-30-2014 12:20 PM #127
      Quote Originally Posted by ronniejamesdio View Post
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      Do you know any of the supplied wiring needs to be extended for the GLI, or straight plug n play?

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      06-12-2014 04:30 PM #128
      plug and play

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      08-01-2014 05:24 AM #129
      I did a write up for installing PLA (auto park) 2.0 on a Golf 6. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...t-8-Sensor-OPS

    5. 07-27-2016 01:23 PM #130
      Quote Originally Posted by tamorgen View Post
      Here is the result of my work. I sort of had to start over a bit, because I wanted the diagram to reflect the proper colors from the Golf PDC current flow diagram. If you are using a Kufatec, Car-systems, or other brand, your colors may be different (quite likely). These are the OEM colors for a Golf 6.

      I did find out that the ELSA diagram for the Golf had an error in it: It had two Pin 5's on T6au (PDC button) and no pin 6. I cross referenced the Passat CC's diagram and was able to resolve the discrepancy.



      I have an asterisk on the illumination wire from T6au/3, because I need to go back and hunt down where it actually ends up. You can connect it to an adjoining button, but if you want to be completely OEM about it, I believe it connects to the CCM, but I'm not sure which terminal.

      Hope this helps with people doing this in the future.
      I need some help.
      trying to upgrade from 4 to 8 sensors on my 2011 EOS. The OEM module is 1K0 919 475 L and here is the 16 pin conector diagram:

      I dont know wich one is CAN Hi or CAN Low.

      Another question is in the upgrade kit, with the 6 "green" wires from the sensors, there's other pair with red/orange wires. I dont know what to do with them.
      Last edited by air.d.junior; 07-29-2016 at 11:56 AM.

    6. 08-22-2016 09:45 PM #131
      Quote Originally Posted by air.d.junior View Post
      I need some help.
      trying to upgrade from 4 to 8 sensors on my 2011 EOS. The OEM module is 1K0 919 475 L and here is the 16 pin conector diagram:

      I dont know wich one is CAN Hi or CAN Low.

      Another question is in the upgrade kit, with the 6 "green" wires from the sensors, there's other pair with red/orange wires. I dont know what to do with them.
      Some knows the pin setup for 1K0919475L ?


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    7. 06-11-2017 05:44 PM #132
      Quote Originally Posted by NothernSky View Post
      Error when switch Module 44 Steering Assist to Parking Assist Installed:
      New Steering Module 1K0 953 549 CH



      Error:



      So it is time to retrofit Parking Assist
      Did anybody know how they got rid of that error code?

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    8. 06-18-2017 07:47 AM #133
      Quote Originally Posted by NothernSky View Post
      Error when switch Module 44 Steering Assist to Parking Assist Installed:
      New Steering Module 1K0 953 549 CH



      Error:



      So it is time to retrofit Parking Assist
      Anybody know how to get rid of that fault code ,I tried everything.

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