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      11-29-2019 10:16 PM #26
      Does anyone know if this work on a SE

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    3. 11-29-2019 10:59 PM #27
      Quote Originally Posted by cjconover View Post
      Does anyone know if this work on a SE

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      I don't see why not, as long as you have the electric parking brake

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      11-29-2019 11:33 PM #28
      Quote Originally Posted by cjconover View Post
      Does anyone know if this work on a SE
      Quote Originally Posted by nickn066 View Post
      I don't see why not, as long as you have the electric parking brake
      That was my assumption also. However, there is the possibility that the 2 wires might not already be in the harness. IOW: You might have to add 2 wires between the switch and the ABS controller.

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      11-30-2019 01:20 AM #29
      Quote Originally Posted by nickn066 View Post

      A did end up breaking a clip to the shift cover, so I'll need to replace that. If you do this, it lifts from the front and not the back
      By shift cover do you mean the leather shift boot? Is there a guide anywhere to removing and accessing where the parking brake is? Just ordered the switch. Excited to try it. Just worried about the install a bit.



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      11-30-2019 07:28 AM #30
      can somone write a complete guide to what part and code needed to enable auto hold. coming from a mazda cx5 that has it. very nice system.

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      11-30-2019 11:18 AM #31
      Quote Originally Posted by D3Audi View Post
      By shift cover do you mean the leather shift boot? Is there a guide anywhere to removing and accessing where the parking brake is? Just ordered the switch. Excited to try it. Just worried about the install a bit.



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      I'm jealous the Tiguan switch is in the shift area and is super simple to swap out. In the Arteon it is next to the cupholder and you need to remove the entire center console to get to it which is extremely risky with all the cables in there.

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      11-30-2019 11:40 AM #32
      Quote Originally Posted by Vasia01 View Post
      Try replace auto hold button, and code ABS module. Byte23 bit 0 enable autohold.
      Quote Originally Posted by 1054521247 View Post
      can somone write a complete guide to what part and code needed to enable auto hold. coming from a mazda cx5 that has it. very nice system.
      Apparently byte 23 bit 0. Trying to confirm as well.

    10. 11-30-2019 12:47 PM #33
      Quote Originally Posted by ice4life View Post
      Apparently byte 23 bit 0. Trying to confirm as well.
      When I go into Long Coding Helper, there are no checkboxes defined for each bit. What would the appropriate binary string be for enabling bit 0 in my case?
      Currently binary code is 01111100 ... enabling bit 0, should it be 11111100? Want to confirm before I code and test it.


    11. 11-30-2019 12:50 PM #34
      Quote Originally Posted by cjconover View Post
      Does anyone know if this work on a SE

      Cindy
      I will test the presence of appropriate wiring once I get my 2020 SE Tiguan. Currently I have a 2018 SEL-P R-Line and am still working to get it functional on that vehicle. Once I have all the appropriate steps and confirm it works, I will update the steps completed for all here, and then attempt again on the additional Tiguan SE I will have in a few weeks.

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      11-30-2019 01:22 PM #35
      Quote Originally Posted by pillpusher84 View Post
      When I go into Long Coding Helper, there are no checkboxes defined for each bit. What would the appropriate binary string be for enabling bit 0 in my case?
      Currently binary code is 01111100 ... enabling bit 0, should it be 11111100? Want to confirm before I code and test it.

      Replace 7C to 7D

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      11-30-2019 02:04 PM #36
      Quote Originally Posted by pillpusher84 View Post
      When I go into Long Coding Helper, there are no checkboxes defined for each bit. What would the appropriate binary string be for enabling bit 0 in my case?
      Currently binary code is 01111100 ... enabling bit 0, should it be 11111100? Want to confirm before I code and test it.
      You can change the 01111100 to 01111101 (bit 0 is the last one not the first one)

      Quote Originally Posted by Vasia01 View Post
      Replace 7C to 7D
      This is also correct. 01111101 (binary) is 7D (hex).

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    14. 11-30-2019 07:11 PM #37
      Quote Originally Posted by JSWTDI09 View Post
      You can change the 01111100 to 01111101 (bit 0 is the last one not the first one)



      This is also correct. 01111101 (binary) is 7D (hex).

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      Thank you both ... glad I asked first! Will try tomorrow and report back

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      12-01-2019 11:34 AM #38
      Does auto-hold need to be turned on everytime you start the car?

    16. 12-01-2019 01:07 PM #39
      Quote Originally Posted by pillpusher84 View Post
      Thank you both ... glad I asked first! Will try tomorrow and report back
      Thank you both again ... it works perfectly as it should now

      Anyone know if there is a way to remove the seat belt required in order to use auto-hold?

    17. 12-01-2019 01:20 PM #40
      Quote Originally Posted by not_too_shabyy View Post
      Does auto-hold need to be turned on everytime you start the car?
      No, it uses the last setting

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      12-02-2019 05:26 PM #41
      Quote Originally Posted by pillpusher84 View Post
      I will test the presence of appropriate wiring once I get my 2020 SE Tiguan. Currently I have a 2018 SEL-P R-Line and am still working to get it functional on that vehicle. Once I have all the appropriate steps and confirm it works, I will update the steps completed for all here, and then attempt again on the additional Tiguan SE I will have in a few weeks.
      Thank you!!!!

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      12-07-2019 03:54 PM #42
      With OBDeleven I went to byte 23, enabled bit 0, then went to adaptations and “activated” autohold functionality. Went to clear codes and am getting these errors. Is there anything I’m missing? 2018 SE 4Motion




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      12-07-2019 04:03 PM #43
      Quote Originally Posted by D3Audi View Post
      With OBDeleven I went to byte 23, enabled bit 0, then went to adaptations and “activated” autohold functionality. Went to clear codes and am getting these errors. Is there anything I’m missing? 2018 SE 4Motion
      Did you check whether or not those 2 wires mentioned (I think it was pins 10 and 12 on the switch connector) are present? They are apparently present is SEL models but they have not yet been verified in SE models.
      Note the second pic in this post. https://forums.vwvortex.com/showthre...#post113879295
      I, personally, would love it if these 2 wares are in an SE, but is also possible that these 2 wires must be added between the switch and the ABS controller.

      Have Fun!

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      12-07-2019 04:10 PM #44
      Quote Originally Posted by JSWTDI09 View Post
      Did you check whether or not those 2 wires mentioned (I think it was pins 10 and 12 on the switch connector) are present? They are apparently present is SEL models but they have not yet been verified in SE models.
      Note the second pic in this post. https://forums.vwvortex.com/showthre...#post113879295
      I, personally, would love it if these 2 wares are in an SE, but is also possible that these 2 wires must be added between the switch and the ABS controller.

      Have Fun!

      Don
      Appears that everything is there?. hmm





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      12-07-2019 07:53 PM #45
      Quote Originally Posted by D3Audi View Post
      Quote Originally Posted by JSWTDI09 View Post
      Did you check whether or not those 2 wires mentioned (I think it was pins 10 and 12 on the switch connector) are present? They are apparently present is SEL models but they have not yet been verified in SE models.
      Note the second pic in this post. https://forums.vwvortex.com/showthre...#post113879295
      I, personally, would love it if these 2 wares are in an SE, but is also possible that these 2 wires must be added between the switch and the ABS controller.

      Have Fun!

      Don
      Appears that everything is there?. hmm





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      Turn it around and take a pic of the other side. Just counting wires though, it looks like you don't have them. As had been stated, only the SEL has the wires from the factory. I see you have an SE. You more than likely need to run wires.
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      12-08-2019 03:53 AM #46
      Quote Originally Posted by D3Audi View Post
      With OBDeleven I went to byte 23, enabled bit 0, then went to adaptations and “activated” autohold functionality. Went to clear codes and am getting these errors. Is there anything I’m missing? 2018 SE 4Motion


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      Your new EPB switch with AUTO HOLD is working? ABS module can't connect to auto hold indication lamp. Or you code auto hold function without replacing EPB switch?

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      12-08-2019 05:11 PM #47
      Quote Originally Posted by M Diddy View Post
      Turn it around and take a pic of the other side. Just counting wires though, it looks like you don't have them. As had been stated, only the SEL has the wires from the factory. I see you have an SE. You more than likely need to run wires.
      Yeah, it looks like the pin behind the brown wire could be empty - That is pin 12, it should have a blue wire with a purple stripe. This is why I said to look at the second pic in the post I linked to.

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      12-08-2019 06:28 PM #48
      Quote Originally Posted by JSWTDI09 View Post
      Yeah, it looks like the pin behind the brown wire could be empty - That is pin 12, it should have a blue wire with a purple stripe. This is why I said to look at the second pic in the post I linked to.

      Have Fun!

      Don
      Nope. Everything is there

      Back:
      Front:


      Makes me think maybe I have a defective auto hold EPB switch.. It said new where I bought it here: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F163862245169


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      12-10-2019 01:56 PM #49
      Hey all...

      Just installed my Aliexpress EPB switch with autohold button, recoded and all seems fine.

      Just wondering though from any EU folks, what your adaptation settings for Autohold minimum tension and Autohold maximum tension are. Mine are pre-set at 0% and 10% respectively.

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      12-10-2019 03:51 PM #50
      Quote Originally Posted by LennyNero View Post
      Hey all...

      Just installed my Aliexpress EPB switch with autohold button, recoded and all seems fine.

      Just wondering though from any EU folks, what your adaptation settings for Autohold minimum tension and Autohold maximum tension are. Mine are pre-set at 0% and 10% respectively.

      -D
      No need change any adaptation. EU and NAR Tiguan has same adaptation value.

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