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    Thread: Comfort Control Module '02-'05

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      04-15-2012 12:35 AM #1
      I have a Confort Control Module here, in very good working condition. Its the one that controls the interior lights, remote door locks, alarm system, memory seats, etc... located under the driver's seat, which sometimes gets wet and corroded. This one is Clean.. Fits all B6 A4 and S4 $180 shipped
      8E0959433T


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      04-15-2012 02:29 PM #2
      Quote Originally Posted by teespeed View Post
      I have a Confort Control Module here, in very good working condition. Fits all B6 A4 and S4 $200 plus shipping
      8E0959433T
      the -T part only works with '02 A4s, 03+ B6/B7 A4/S4s use part ending in -BB. While they are mostly compatible, keyfobs will only worth with one or the other, which is why '02 owners have to upgrade to the -BB part to use a B7 keyfob.

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      04-18-2012 12:06 PM #3
      I know my '02 A4 has some electro-goblins (seems like fob fail when doors won't open or alarm goes off randomly when pressing buttons and needs reset). Sunroof will shut (tilt down to close with no raindrops or other provocation.

      Is there a way to determine whether the fob or Comfort Control box is source of problems?

      Thanks
      DW

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      04-18-2012 02:25 PM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by Specktater View Post
      I know my '02 A4 has some electro-goblins (seems like fob fail when doors won't open or alarm goes off randomly when pressing buttons and needs reset). Sunroof will shut (tilt down to close with no raindrops or other provocation.

      Is there a way to determine whether the fob or Comfort Control box is source of problems?

      Thanks
      DW
      Sounds like the first thing to do is lift the carpet under drivers seat and take the comfort module out of the black storage box, disconnect all connectors and inspect it for water damage. If no water evidence, i would still suspect it to be the cause internally and not the fob. the fob Only sends lock/unlock/trunk signals and nothing else. the comfort module controls all the functions, and most likely invaded by the goblins u talk about. You can try to replace the fob with a new one, however i highly doubt thats whats causing your issues.

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      04-19-2012 01:55 PM #5
      and before the next rain storm . . .I assume my keys would need to be reprogrammed at the dealer to match Der Neue Komfortbox. Ya?

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      04-19-2012 02:22 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by Specktater View Post
      and before the next rain storm . . .I assume my keys would need to be reprogrammed at the dealer to match Der Neue Komfortbox. Ya?
      no, the radio pairing of the FOBs to the CCM is easily done; see http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you...udi_a4_key_fob

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      04-22-2012 11:04 AM #7
      You will need VAG COM to pair the key on a B6. Also, the only way to know for sure if it is the central convenience unit is to scan the car and see if it comes up faulty.

      That being said, the issues you list sound exactly like the problems I was having before replacing mine. I used my VAG COM to reprogram fobs (very easy to do) and everything works great now. I wound up buying a new unit for $300, didn't want to spend 150 on an eBay one not knowing if it would last 10 days or 10 years. Also, these units fail without having ever gotten wet. My car has never seen water inside or had wet carpet (I purchased it new) and my central convenience crapped out.

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      04-22-2012 11:07 AM #8
      That link for programming the key won't work on a B6 after replacing the CCM. I'm 100% positive of that.

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      07-01-2012 06:18 PM #9
      Just bought my B6, and found water underneath carpet

      I have to clear those drain plugs and pop in a new CCM. I want my damn windows/sunroof/alarm/rear view readout all back, and the buzzing to stop.

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      12-30-2013 03:21 AM #10
      Up, module still available, ready to ship.

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