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    1. Semi-n00b
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      06-24-2020 07:59 AM #1076
      on that subject, check this out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3XDjOe79d0
      the 2021 arteon will have a capacitive steering wheel so just holding the wheel is enough for lane keep assist to remain activated.
      Also it'll come with TJA called travel assist.
      I'm extremely jealous.

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      06-24-2020 08:00 AM #1077
      Find someone with VCP and you can enable TJA by uploading the proper firmware for the A5 module.


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      07-15-2020 08:10 PM #1078
      Has anyone messed around with any of the 2020 Arteon's yet? Like trying to get any of the newer style gauges or anything like that? Just was wondering if anything from the 20's can be used on the 19s or even if it possible?

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      07-16-2020 10:19 AM #1079
      Quote Originally Posted by Meanrick69 View Post
      Has anyone messed around with any of the 2020 Arteon's yet? Like trying to get any of the newer style gauges or anything like that? Just was wondering if anything from the 20's can be used on the 19s or even if it possible?
      The digital cockpits are different units so there's no getting "newer style gauges." You can play around with changing the gauge style on the 2019, but there are only 4 options which is lame.

      The only positive difference about the 2020 is the wifi/4g carnet with mobile remote start.

      The engine cover lost its badge, the warranty lost 2 years, the digital cockpit shrunk 2", the color palette went flat and the trims were cut in half. Nothing that would make me want that over the 2019.
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      07-16-2020 10:43 AM #1080
      Quote Originally Posted by Reihenmotor5 View Post
      Quote Originally Posted by ammar307 View Post
      Fair enough.
      But isn't there a way to at least increase lack of steering input time-out in the arteon? I've seen this: http://www.audiworld.com/forums/q7-m...input-2922423/

      [[In OBD11:

      Module: A5/Front Sensor Driver Asst
      Adaptation: Dir. Stab. Assist Driver Inact Deact Threshold
      Old value: Medium
      New value: Late]]

      Couldn't find anything similar in our A5 module though.
      Yea it used to be present, but no longer is present. Max it gave you was maybe 13 to 15 seconds I believe. I’ve noticed in my Tig if the road is straight enough it will essentially match that longer time done through prior coding that was available. It appears the system is variable now based upon road conditions.


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      Yeah I have timed it and it varies. If the road is more windy, it kicks in more than if you are on a straight highway.

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      07-17-2020 03:34 PM #1081
      Quote Originally Posted by ice4life View Post
      Yeah I have timed it and it varies. If the road is more windy, it kicks in more than if you are on a straight highway.
      Glad to know I wasn't crazy and that I still know how to count
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      08-01-2020 01:38 AM #1082
      Quote Originally Posted by sdvolksGTi View Post
      Also the guy how activated it is working to start working on the real version of Traffic Sign Recognition. I shared the CrossSport Admaps


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      Any update on figuring out Traffic Sign Recognition?

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      08-01-2020 05:44 PM #1083
      Works but you can’t defeat the error message that pops up and compared the admaps and we don’t have an entry that the Cross Sport has in its module.


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