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Old 02-25-2014, 08:03 AM   #1
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Default Does anybody have the CORRECT coding to disable engine shutdown?

I found this coding, but half of what it says doesn't exist on my car.

Disabling engine stop when opening driver's door.
Recode the Central Convenience module to STOP the engine from turning off when you get out, having moved the car.
[Select]
[46 - Central Conv.]
[Coding - 07]
[Long Coding Helper]
Click on the red byte (below) and in the binary code you will see: 00000111
Change it to: 00001111
ie. with 1111 at the end not 111

Tab into the next bit box and you will see the code change to 0F (013F062220B90000832009042001040700000000000000000 00000000000 to 013B062220B90000832009042001040F000000000000000000 0000000000)
[close the long code helper]
[Do It!]


I have no red byte, and my binary looks nothing like that.

Somebody please help, I'm about ready to shoot this freaking car.
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Old 02-25-2014, 09:28 AM   #2
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I found this coding, but half of what it says doesn't exist on my car.

Disabling engine stop when opening driver's door.
Recode the Central Convenience module to STOP the engine from turning off when you get out, having moved the car.
[Select]
[46 - Central Conv.]
[Coding - 07]
[Long Coding Helper]
Click on the red byte (below) and in the binary code you will see: 00000111
Change it to: 00001111
ie. with 1111 at the end not 111

Tab into the next bit box and you will see the code change to 0F (013F062220B90000832009042001040700000000000000000 00000000000 to 013B062220B90000832009042001040F000000000000000000 0000000000)
[close the long code helper]
[Do It!]


I have no red byte, and my binary looks nothing like that.

Somebody please help, I'm about ready to shoot this freaking car.
Mine was done by the dealer TSB-46-12-27

There may be a newer TSB check here:

http://engine-codes.com/tsb/audi/a6/2013.html
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I have no red byte, and my binary looks nothing like that.

Somebody please help, I'm about ready to shoot this freaking car.
Post a screen shot from VCDS....
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I have no red byte, and my binary looks nothing like that.
Well, I found the page you found this on, and on that page there's a byte highlighted in red - it's not going to be red in VCDS, but it is the 32nd digit when counting from the left - note that it's a "7" on his example beforehand and then an "F" afterwards. If my math is right that's byte 16.

If you select byte 16 on your long coding helper it should show an 8-bit field and bit 4 of that should be 0. In a perfect world you'd see the same data as the poster (his was 07 or 00000111 in binary) and change it to match (0F or 00001111) but either way it should be bit 4 you're setting to a 1.

Disclaimer: I have no idea if the procedure is correct, I'm attempting to explain someone else's posting. I also don't have a current VCDS with long coding so I may be slightly off in explaining it.
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Well, I found the page you found this on, and on that page there's a byte highlighted in red - it's not going to be red in VCDS, but it is the 32nd digit when counting from the left - note that it's a "7" on his example beforehand and then an "F" afterwards. If my math is right that's byte 16.

If you select byte 16 on your long coding helper it should show an 8-bit field and bit 4 of that should be 0. In a perfect world you'd see the same data as the poster (his was 07 or 00000111 in binary) and change it to match (0F or 00001111) but either way it should be bit 4 you're setting to a 1.

Disclaimer: I have no idea if the procedure is correct, I'm attempting to explain someone else's posting. I also don't have a current VCDS with long coding so I may be slightly off in explaining it.
The page I found it on has no picture, so I had no idea what I was looking at. I'll try your way on Saturday. I'm stuck in the car for 6 hours at work, so thats when I mess with stuff. Thanks.

This is where I got it: http://www.vwaudiforum.co.uk/forum/a...t-132245.html?
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([46 - Central Conv.]
[Coding - 07]
[Long Coding Helper])

What he's stating is to select the bytes (as he's shown below highlighted in red) in the long coding helper:

013F062220B9000083200904200104070000000000000000000000000000

then continue with the instructions to change the displayed binary code from this:

00000111

to this:

00001111 (basically changing the 5th "0" to a "1")

which will then change the long code displayed result to this after you tab to the next bit field:

013B062220B90000832009042001040F0000000000000000000000000000

Select "Save" or "Do it" if offered as an option.

Write down the default before making the change just in case. Good luck.
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The page I found it on has no picture, so I had no idea what I was looking at. I'll try your way on Saturday. I'm stuck in the car for 6 hours at work, so thats when I mess with stuff. Thanks.

This is where I got it: http://www.vwaudiforum.co.uk/forum/a...t-132245.html?
If you click on the "View Full Version" link on that page it has the red text
http://www.vwaudiforum.co.uk/forum/s...C7-VCDS-Tricks

Snagitseven also rephrased it well.... and noted you should save your existing long coding off before making any changes. I thought VCDS would scan all your modules and record their existing coding - I would do that first, and periodically!
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Cool. Thanks guys.
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