I drove up there the other night about 11:30-12 midnight and saw like 4-5 cops... Im sure they would freak if more than 2 cars in a group rolled by... LOL
If PV is the decision then I know a quick place we can get to from the INNOUT. We take Hawthorne to PCH, PCH to this one street then it takes us to a residential area where we find a park on the top of a cliff that over looks South Bay. I think its like Space Ship park or something. Its a cool chill spot thats fairly big and has a pretty cool view from atop.
200K+ Miles on Factory Original VR6 Chains.
So if you want your "insert mod here" done on your MKV or MKVI then look up how to do it and if you screw up your car doing something then im not responsible for it
With the Long Coding Helper, recoding the modules on a MkV & VI are pretty straight forward. Most of the convenience features are done through the CECM (IIRC Module 9). The only one to really avoid is the Byte (18 I believe) that deals with lighting recoding. ROSS-TECH has been kind enough to put a warning note on this and any other bytes that may cause "serious" issues.
The rest is as easy as toggling through the different bytes and checking and unchecking the individual boxes accordingly.
As a safety precaution, make sure to copy and save your coding of a module to a MSWord or .TXT file before making and applying changes. This way, you can always revert back to your old coding.
Some Popular MkV/MkVI changes:
Disabling or Reconfiguring DRLs
Comfort Operation of Windows/Sunroof w/Key Fob
Disable H/L Washers (if equipped)
Disable/Reset TPMS (if equipped)
Recoding of lighting features after installing EU H/L Switch or Rear Fog Light
Disable Seat Belt Chime
Disable Clutch Interlock Icon
Various procedures can be found in the MkV and MkVI specific forums under DIYs or on the Ross-Tech homepage.
I'll try to make it out tonight, I'm no expert by any means, nor do I have a VAG-COM, but I've played a bit on the newer cars to be dangerous. I can try to offer some guidance at the user's/owner's own risk
Last edited by red72914; 05-21-2012 at 05:21 PM.
@Senor SneakyOriginally Posted by Senor Sneaky
Try the below link, it outlines both CECM and Relay install for front fogs. Make sure the trigger for the fogs goes to Pin-5 on the Euro Switch. I'm pretty sure you've got the Mid Line CECM, so the Relay method is the only way to install front fog lights without upgrading your CECM.
Rabbit Fog Light Install