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Using VCDS to check the operation of the CCM and door locks.

Discussion in 'Leon Mk1 (2000-2006)' started by mty12345, May 22, 2020.

  1. mty12345

    mty12345 Active Member

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    Just thought i'd make a quick video about using VCDS to help troubleshoot any locking issues, as this seems to be coming up a lot lately. Hope it's of some use to people now or in the future. Cheers


     
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  2. Connor H

    Connor H Active Member

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    Nice! shame i dont have VCDS or a PC :/
     
  3. g60stu

    g60stu Full Member

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    Great video. I have an intermittent issue on one of my rear door locks for years. It’s a ticking time bomb but I keep ignoring it. I didn’t realise VCDS could show this sort of data.
     
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    mty12345 Active Member

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    Glad you found it helpful mate. :) The amount of data given by some of the modules surprised me as well when i first got VCDS, especially the locking and the air-con modules.

    I may do a couple more vids on VCDS when i get chance. Maybe one to program keys, and one to show how I coded a new instrument cluster.
     
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  5. Battoussai

    Battoussai Active Member

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    That's great mty. Sure will help me out when those blody CCM blow away. Thanks.
     

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