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    1. 09-11-2019 11:11 AM #676
      Quote Originally Posted by ssaylor View Post
      You did try driving away after the mirror dipped right - not just selecting P or D after reverse? I don’t have folding mirrors and the mirror usually returns to a semi-original position that occasionally requires small adjustments.
      My 19 R passenger mirror stays dipped and doesn’t return at all to the original position. I’ve driven 5-10 miles to to see if it returns and it never has on my R.


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      09-11-2019 01:33 PM #677
      Quote Originally Posted by zllekk View Post
      My 19 R passenger mirror stays dipped and doesn’t return at all to the original position. I’ve driven 5-10 miles to to see if it returns and it never has on my R.


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      I think you'll find that it won't work without the folding mirrors. I've tried a lot of things on mine and the best I've gotten is the mirror returns about halfway to the normal position. I installed the aspherical mirrors with blind spot monitoring which (of course) didn't make any difference for that function.

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      09-11-2019 03:01 PM #678
      Quote Originally Posted by zllekk View Post
      My 19 R passenger mirror stays dipped and doesn’t return at all to the original position. I’ve driven 5-10 miles to to see if it returns and it never has on my R.


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      Quote Originally Posted by AquilaTDI View Post
      I think you'll find that it won't work without the folding mirrors. I've tried a lot of things on mine and the best I've gotten is the mirror returns about halfway to the normal position. I installed the aspherical mirrors with blind spot monitoring which (of course) didn't make any difference for that function.
      Only works correctly with the OEM power folding mirrors. You need the switch/mirrors to have the position memory.

      Has nothing to do with the glass type or blind spot monitoring
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      09-13-2019 06:06 AM #679
      Quote Originally Posted by zllekk View Post
      My 19 R passenger mirror stays dipped and doesn’t return at all to the original position. I’ve driven 5-10 miles to to see if it returns and it never has on my R.


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      Be sure to follow the directions in your manual exactly. I had to make several attempts before success. You have to leave the mirror selector knob selecting the mirror in the instructions.

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      09-13-2019 11:25 AM #680
      Can we do the Haldex "increased traction" mod on our Mk7.5's? If so, how do I do it with OBD11?
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      09-13-2019 11:57 AM #681
      Quote Originally Posted by DocWyte View Post
      Can we do the Haldex "increased traction" mod on our Mk7.5's? If so, how do I do it with OBD11?
      Yes. Same instructions as the MK7's... just change "wiring logic" from standard to increased traction.

      FYI, I was planning on posting up earlier... I drove around all summer in increased traction mode. I recently changed back to standard. I prefer the way the car reacts in standard mode. I'm not convinced that increased traction mode helps. There's one particular turn I take coming out of the gym every morning that was basically night and day between the two settings. It's a tight right hand turn coming out of a parking lot. My passenger right rear often loses traction simply because of the geometry of the ramp out of the lot. In increased traction, the push from the rear felt very jerky and definitely didn't "increase traction". In standard mode it was a lot smoother and I felt a stronger, more consistent push from the rear.

      Everyone's experience might differ, but I'm not going back to "increased traction". Given that the setting is for "wiring logic", I'm guessing that maybe Audi/VW developed a different wiring harness that might result in increased traction, but since we don't have that harness, we might not get the benefit of the logic. Even the S3 and RS3 don't have it set to increased traction, so I think this is one of those things people change but it might not be for the better...

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      09-13-2019 03:58 PM #682
      Thanks. I really wish we could change the bias of the system, on my old B5 S4 you could pop in a different center diff and double the amount sent to the rear diff. I think on the older R32 you could put in a "motorsport" haldex controller that would do much the same.

      I know UM has a haldex tune but I'm not keen on doing that to an almost new car.
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    9. 09-14-2019 11:22 PM #683
      Quote Originally Posted by funnelweb View Post
      Be sure to follow the directions in your manual exactly. I had to make several attempts before success. You have to leave the mirror selector knob selecting the mirror in the instructions.
      Thanks for the input. I've tried that and it will not come up at all! Arrrgh

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      09-16-2019 11:04 PM #684
      Quote Originally Posted by davewg View Post
      Only works correctly with the OEM power folding mirrors. You need the switch/mirrors to have the position memory.

      Has nothing to do with the glass type or blind spot monitoring
      There is some way of making it work without OEM power folding mirrors, not to say that there isn't some other piece of hardware required, but unfortunatley I have no idea how to do it, its likely someone in Europe knows how but there aren't many euro owners on this site. I know this because I rented a MK7.5 in Europe when I was there a few months ago and it did NOT have power folding mirrors but it did have the reverse dip feature (which could be turned on\off through MIB2) and it worked fine. Unfortunatley I didn't have VCDS / Laptop with me to scan the car.
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      09-17-2019 01:09 AM #685
      Quote Originally Posted by Smoltz View Post
      it did NOT have power folding mirrors but it did have the reverse dip feature (which could be turned on\off through MIB2) and it worked fine.
      The housings that support dip/return have a Hall-effect sensor to monitor the position of the mirror relative to the housing. When I checked the readings from mine, prior to the part swap, it was returning an implausible value. Mine would not return automatically.

      I suppose it is possible to install the sensors and figure out how they are wired into the car. For most people it'll be easiest to just install the power mirror housings, instead.

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      09-17-2019 08:17 AM #686
      Quote Originally Posted by Smoltz View Post
      There is some way of making it work without OEM power folding mirrors, not to say that there isn't some other piece of hardware required, but unfortunatley I have no idea how to do it, its likely someone in Europe knows how but there aren't many euro owners on this site. I know this because I rented a MK7.5 in Europe when I was there a few months ago and it did NOT have power folding mirrors but it did have the reverse dip feature (which could be turned on\off through MIB2) and it worked fine. Unfortunatley I didn't have VCDS / Laptop with me to scan the car.
      It's possible that Europe has a different part # for the non-power folding mirrors than we do. People here have the dip working without power folding mirrors, but eventually it'll get out of sync or be off a tiny bit. The easiest solution is just to get them if its a big deal to you.

      Before the power fold mirrors my mirror memory wouldn't work, after installing them it does. You can check for yourself in live data after turning on mirror memory and see if you have the sensor/readings, but i'm guessing not.

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      09-17-2019 12:17 PM #687
      Quote Originally Posted by Ecsta View Post
      People here have the dip working without power folding mirrors, but eventually it'll get out of sync or be off a tiny bit. The easiest solution is just to get them if its a big deal to you.
      It looks like they're in the same boat as I was; 2019 and I would have been content with the approximate-return you're describing. With the stock housings and dip coded, my mirrors would not come up from their lowered position automatically. Fortunately dip and return works fine with the power folding housings.

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      09-20-2019 04:09 AM #688
      Power button LED with heart rate effect (only for those who have keyless or kessy)

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      09-20-2019 08:03 AM #689
      Quote Originally Posted by Simonz82 View Post
      Power button LED with heart rate effect (only for those who have keyless or kessy)

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      Looks like the bulb is dying haha.

    16. 09-21-2019 02:10 AM #690
      Anybody in GTA - Greater Toronto Area that is willing to help me modify my 2018 Golf R with a few tweaks.

    17. 09-21-2019 10:19 PM #691
      Does anyone have a security access code for central electronics 09? Been trying to do an adaptation today but can't get it to take bc I don't have a current security code. Help.

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      09-22-2019 01:14 AM #692
      Quote Originally Posted by zllekk View Post
      Does anyone have a security access code for central electronics 09? Been trying to do an adaptation today but can't get it to take bc I don't have a current security code.
      31347

    19. 09-22-2019 01:16 AM #693
      Quote Originally Posted by mrMTB View Post
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      It doesnt take. Thanks.

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      09-22-2019 01:18 AM #694
      Quote Originally Posted by zllekk View Post
      It doesnt take.
      Well then let's back up. What vehicle do you have, and if it's a Mk7/7.5 R, what is your manufacture date?

    21. 09-22-2019 01:21 AM #695
      Quote Originally Posted by mrMTB View Post
      Well then let's back up. What vehicle do you have, and if it's a Mk7/7.5 R, what is your manufacture date?
      19 MK 7.5 R. Where is the date at? Obd?

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      09-22-2019 01:28 AM #696
      Quote Originally Posted by zllekk View Post
      19 MK 7.5 R. Where is the date at? Obd?
      I pulled mine from an early autoscan showing the first time the engine was started while in transport mode:

      Code:
      Address 05: Acc/Start Auth. (J518)       Labels:| 5Q0-959-435.clb   Part No SW: 3Q0 959 435 L    HW: 3Q0 959 435 L
         Component: VWKESSYMQB    037 1204  
         Revision: 00037000    Serial number: 0507482810
         Coding: 132C0C0723
         Shop #: WSC 01357 011 00200
         ASAM Dataset: EV_KessyHellaMQBAB 004046
         ROD: EV_KessyHellaMQBAB_004_VW37.rod
         VCID: 43C65E2FCAE7B65280-8016
      
      1 Fault Found:
      1077250 - Transport Mode Active 
                U1105 00 [008] - -
                [Transportmodus active]
                Intermittent - Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear
                   Freeze Frame:
                          Fault Status: 00000001
                          Fault Priority: 6
                          Fault Frequency: 15
                          Reset counter: 40
                          Mileage: 1 km
                          Date: 2019.03.02                     Time: 07:45:07

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      09-22-2019 06:05 AM #697
      Quote Originally Posted by zllekk View Post
      19 MK 7.5 R. Where is the date at? Obd?

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      Should be on the driver side B pillar iirc, “03/19” for example... either there or below the door panel? Hm...

    24. 09-22-2019 01:21 PM #698
      Quote Originally Posted by mrMTB View Post
      Well then let's back up. What vehicle do you have, and if it's a Mk7/7.5 R, what is your manufacture date?
      Just checked it. 03/19

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    25. 09-22-2019 01:40 PM #699
      I just got 20107 to work. Thank you guys.

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      09-23-2019 05:23 AM #700
      Quote Originally Posted by zllekk View Post
      I just got 20107 to work. Thank you guys.

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      So, just to confirm - are you saying that 20107 is a viable access security code (the only access security code) for the hex09 module in a MY19 mk7.5?

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