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    Thread: How to program a comfort control module?

    1. Member Zaxbys's Avatar
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      06-08-2011 12:39 AM #1
      I have looked around and have found no clear instructions of how to use a vag-com to program a CCM

      I have one switchblade key and therefore cannot use the dual key method to reprogram the device and thus my key.

      I was told by the dealer that in order to get my keyless entry working again I would need a new CCM and I located one but have zero idea as to how to program it with a vag-com

      Any help is much appreciated!

      ~Zax

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      06-08-2011 10:43 AM #2
      Quote Originally Posted by Zaxbys View Post
      I have looked around and have found no clear instructions of how to use a vag-com to program a CCM

      I have one switchblade key and therefore cannot use the dual key method to reprogram the device and thus my key.

      I was told by the dealer that in order to get my keyless entry working again I would need a new CCM and I located one but have zero idea as to how to program it with a vag-com

      Any help is much appreciated!

      ~Zax
      So you just need to rematch your remote locking keyfob?

      Firstly, why did you need a new ccm?

      select module
      central convienience
      go to adaption
      channel 00 and save it after you read it to reset everything
      then go to channel 21 normally (you can use the drop down at the top to go to remote matching)
      enter 1 as the new value (as you have 1 keyfob)
      click test
      click save
      click ok and hold the lock button until you hear a blip

      You keyfob will be matched to your locks.

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      06-08-2011 02:10 PM #3
      My key remote has never worked. The switchblade key will manually open locks and roll down windows and of course start the car but the buttons have never worked.

      When a button is pressed a red light comes on but nothing happens. I had the dealer diagnose it and they told me the CCM needed to be replaced.

      AND THANKS FOR THAT ADVICE!

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      06-08-2011 02:59 PM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by Zaxbys View Post
      My key remote has never worked. The switchblade key will manually open locks and roll down windows and of course start the car but the buttons have never worked.

      When a button is pressed a red light comes on but nothing happens. I had the dealer diagnose it and they told me the CCM needed to be replaced.

      AND THANKS FOR THAT ADVICE!
      Did the dealer even try and reprogram the keyfob?

      By the way, the buttons are a seperate part from the keyblade.

      Does your CCM have 2 electrical plug sockets in it?

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