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How to code "Dynamic Light Assist" for VW, Seat and Skoda? (Dynamic Light Assist Coding Instructions - From MY 2017)

What is Dynamic Light Assist ?

The Dynamic Light Assist provides optimum illumination of the road, providing greater safety in traffic.

This system with dynamic masking allows driving with high beam continuously without dazzling oncoming people. With the masking function, the high beam can be partially covered. Information about other vehicles in traffic and the level of illumination of the road is continuously measured by a camera located in the rear view mirror. Dynamic Light Assist, thereby significantly improving the overall illumination of the road.

Now you know what this system does. If you think you need this system, let's start coding.

Activate Dynamic Light Assist (DLA)

Let's code

Required:

  • VCDS or OBDEleven
  • A car built on the MQB Platform (Golf 7, Passat B8, Octavia A7, Leon 5F and more)
  • Led Headlights
  • A5 - Front Sensor Control Module

Coding Manual:

1- Select Control Module "A5 - Front Sensor" Enter security access: "19249" and Go to Long Coding

  • Find byte 19 - Bit 0-3 Value 00
  • Find byte 19 - Bit 4-7 Value 30
  • Find byte 21. Change it to hex value 40

2- Select Control Module "09 - Central Elec." Enter security access: "19249" and Go to Adaptation

  • If you are coding with OBDEleven, Find "Fernlicht_Assistent" and go into that menu. No need to this if you're coding with VCDS.
  • Find and Change "Erweiterte Fernlichtsteuerung" to "AFS FLA Fernlicht (GLW:MDF)"
  • Find and Change "Menusteuerung Fernlichtassistent" to "Present"
  • Find and Change "Menusteuerung Fernlichtassistent Worksteinstellung" to "Present"

After doing all this, the "DLA" option should have appeared in the "Light" menu in the vehicle settings. Check it.

3- Select Control Module "Module 4B - Multifunction Module" Enter security access: "19249" and Go to Long Coding

Find Byte 9 - Change the hex value to 10.
Find Byte 10 - Bit 6 Enable. (Make sure bit 5 is unticked)
Find Byte 11 - Bit 2 Enable.

That is all. If you did it completely, you should have an option in the in the "Car Settings".

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How to code "Traffic Jam Assist" for VW, Seat and Skoda? (Traffic Jam Assist Coding Instructions)

What is Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)?

First of all, let's learn what Traffic Jam Assist is for. 

"Traffic Jam Assist" allows semi-automatic convoy driving while advancing in a convoy.

The system is active between 0-60 km/h. The system automatically controls the accelerator and brake pedal. For the first time, the Lane Assist function is also active here at speeds below 60 km/h. The system must detect double lane lines.

System requirements:

  • Dual Clutch Transmission "DSG"
  • Adaptive Cruise Control "ACC"
  • Lane Keeping Assist “Lane Assist”

You learned what a Traffic Jam Assist is for. Alright. Also read the warnings below and then let's get started.

All risk is yours. We do not accept responsibility. So please be very careful! If you are an OBDEleven user, first of all, take a complete backup of your car. This coding is compatible for cars produced on MQB Platform. Example: Passat B8, Golf 7, Octavia A7, Leon 5F, Audi A3 8V...

Activate Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)

Let's code

1- Select Control Module "A5 - Front Sensor" Enter security access: "19249" and Go to Long Coding

  • Byte 16 - Bit 5 and Do It!

2- Select Control Module "13 - Auto Distance Regulation" Enter security access: "19249" or "40168"

  • Byte 1: Bit 3 and Bit 4
  • Byte 2: Bit 0, Bit 1, Bit 2 and Bit 4
  • Byte 3: Bit 5
  • Byte 4: Bit 2 and Bit 7
  • Byte 6: Bit 3 and Do It!

 

After doing these, lock your car and wait for 20 minutes. It's that simple. Now you will be less tired in congested traffic.See you on the next blog. Take care of yourself...

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How to code Lane Assist for VW, Seat and Skoda? (Lane Assist Coding Guide)

What is Lane Assist?

First of all, let's learn what Lane Assist is for. It helps prevent accidents caused by unintentional lane departure and increases driving safety. When the system detects that the vehicle will unintentionally drift out of its lane, it not only warns the driver visually, but also takes over the steering wheel temporarily and gently steers the vehicle towards the current lane.

You learned what a Lane Assist is for. Alright. Let's find out if it will open in your car.

All risk is yours. We do not accept responsibility. So please be very careful! If you are an OBDEleven user, first of all, take a complete backup of your car. This coding is compatible for cars produced on MQB Platform. Example: Passat B8, Golf 7, Octavia A7, Leon 5F, Audi A3 8V...

Activate Lane Assist

Let's code

Required: A tablet or phone with OBDEleven installed. Or a PC with VCDS installed. Control module "A5 Front Sensor" in your car.

1- Select Control Module "17 - Instruments" and go to "Long Coding"

  • Byte 4 - Bit 6
  • Byte 11 - Bit 1 and Do It!

2- Select Control Module "A5 - Front Sensor" and go to "Long Coding"

  • Byte 16 - Bit 7 and Do It! But don't exit the control module. We're not done here yet.

3- Go to Security Acces: "20103". Then go to Adaptation and make these changes:

  • HCA_On_State = "Menu"
  • HCA_Warning_Intensity = "Menu"
  • BAP Personalization = "Not Activated"
  • Point_of_Intervention(if available) = "Late"

4- Go to Control Module "44 - Steering Assist" - Enter security access: "19249"

  • Long Coding - Byte 0 Bit 4 and Do It!

5-Go to Control Module "5F -Information Electr" - Adaptation

  • Car_Function_Adaptations_Gen2>menu_display_Lane_De parture_Warning = Set Value to “Activated”  
  • Car_Function_Adaptations_Gen2>menu_display_Lane_De parture_Warning_over_threshold_high = Set Value to “Activated” 
  • Car_Function_List_BAP_Gen2>LDW_HCA_0x19> Set Value to “Activated” 
  • Car_Function_List_BAP_Gen2-LDW_HCA_0x19_msg_bus> Set Value to “Terminal 15” 

Yes, that's it. You will see errors related to Lane Assist on the screen. Don't be afraid. Lock your car, go home, make yourself a cup of coffee, and after 20 minutes go back to your car. Now you have a semi-autonomous car too :) See you on the next blog. Take care of yourself...

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How to Code Golf 8 / How to code Lane Assist to remember your last setting ?

Having lane assist on all the time is annoying for some of us. It's just as annoying to start off as disabled. Wouldn't it be nicer if it remembered the last setting you made instead of these two options?

To do this, you will first need to unlock the SFD on MQBEvo platforms. You can use OBD11 for this.

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If you are able to Unlock SFD, carefully follow the steps below. First of all, we recommend that you make a complete backup. It's your choice to take the risk. The responsibility is not ours.

After unlocking SFD for A5 Driver Assistance:
1-Open the hood. (You can't make any changes if you don't open the hood)

2-Turn on the ignition. (Don't start the engine)

3-Select "A5 Driver Assistance" from Control Units with VAG-COM or OBD11.

4-Select Long Coding

5-Find "Configuration for lane departure" option

6-Change the default setting from "Active" to "Last Setting"

7-Write the changes

And yes, if you did this correctly, Lane Assist will now remember the last setting you made. So once you've turned off Lase assist, it will now always stay off.

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