Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by favi » Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:52 pm

Address 09: Cent. Elect. (J519) Labels: 7E0-937-BCM-V1.clb
Part No SW: 7E0 937 090 HW: 7E0 937 090
Component: BCM PQ25 Max4 H80 0736
Revision: B9080001 Serial number: 0771 071161174
Coding: 2DB02BBF48E1240093380E007CEB1FD000C0610F608C2001200000030000
Shop #: WSC 02737 022 157175
VCID: 68D863E29BE89B0141-803C

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by ciclo » Fri Jun 21, 2019 1:40 am

favi wrote:
Sat Jun 15, 2019 4:10 pm
Hello all :) I return after a long absence. I had a car accident at work. I managed to solve the problem with MFSW - everything works.
I installed Led headlight. However, according to the schema, DRL and Parking light are not working anymore.
LED stekker links
1 - AFS
2 - AFS
3 - AFS
4 - AFS
5 - Massa - Halogeen pin 5
6 - Dimlicht - Halogeen pin 6
7 - Massa - Halogeen pin 5
8 - Plus die van de hoogteregeling kwam - Stap 5!
9 - Knipperlicht - Halogeen pin 9
10 - LED module - T73b / 5
11 - Groot licht - Halogeen pin 8
12 - LED module - T73b / 3 - Deze zit evt al bij de DRL in de bumper!
13 - leeg
14 - LED module - T73b / 28

LED stekker rechts
1 - AFS
2 - AFS
3 - AFS
4 - AFS
5 - Massa - Halogeen pin 5
6 - Dimlicht - Halogeen pin 6
7 - Massa - Halogeen pin 5
8 - Plus die van de hoogteregeling kwam - Stap 5!
9 - Knipperlicht - Halogeen pin 9
10 - LED module - T73b / 6
11 - Groot licht - Halogeen pin 8
12 - LED module - T73a / 5 - Deze zit evt al bij de DRL in de bumper!
13 - leeg
14 - LED module - T73b / 56

The BCM module that I have is BCM PQ25 Max4 H80 0733 7E0937090
7E0 937 090 Z4Y

Does anyone have any idea for connecting the correct one?
New BCM coding
2DB02BBF48E1240093380E007CEB1FD000C0610F60CD3961210000030020


This is a first attempt that your DRLs and Parking lights of your LED headlights work correctly. It will depend if you have done well the electrical installation of those instructions in Dutch.

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by favi » Sat Jun 29, 2019 6:46 pm

Ok, little problem after codding ;>

Engine off- all works perfect
Engine on - 1. DRL and Parking led light - lights flash, stroboscope ;D ,
What did I do wrong?

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by ciclo » Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:28 pm

Try with,
2DB02BBF48E1240093380E007CEB1FD000C0600F60CD3961210000030020

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by favi » Fri Aug 02, 2019 8:29 pm

All works perfect ! :D
How can I do coding DRL dimming (not off) when using a turn signal?

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by ciclo » Fri Aug 02, 2019 8:54 pm

:D

Try with:
2DB02BBF48E1240093380E007CEB1FD000C0600F60CD39E1210000030020

Remenber, Lights must be OFF, only DRLs ON.

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by ciclo » Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:11 am

Think about whether it is better for your Daytime Running Lights to turn off when you using a turn signal, or to dimming.

Test: physically visualize the turn signals during daylight from all possible angles and draw your own conclusions.

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IMHO, turn signals must be totally clear at any time, among other reasons, due to the lack of attention of pedestrians when using the 'Stupidphone'.

Smartphone efect. Typical pedestrian. :mrgreen:
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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by favi » Sat Aug 03, 2019 5:15 pm

Yep ;) DRL on = TUrn light ON -> DRL off :D
Works perfect ;)

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by ciclo » Sun Aug 04, 2019 10:17 am

Great! Any pic of your 6R with LED headlights?

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Post by favi » Sun Aug 04, 2019 7:21 pm

Of course ;)
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Post by ciclo » Sun Aug 04, 2019 10:04 pm

Super! 8) 8)

Thanks.

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by favi » Sun Aug 04, 2019 11:48 pm

So, next step -> repair Auto leveling headlight system (AFS). I must check all wires, because i dont have connection with module :(

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by ciclo » Mon Aug 05, 2019 8:31 am

From the beginning you had problems with the communication lines (CAN) ... :)

Auto leveling headlight system (AFS)
1- Powertrain CAN lines. For example, original wires -oranges- for IC. Never the new wires - yellow and black - for IC.
2- + ve = +15 signal. (positive signal after ignition switch)

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by favi » Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:29 pm

Ahm... I checked Can wiring - OK

+15 signal (positive signal after ignition switch) -> i add to free slot Fuse box -> 13b -> +15

Still no communication with the module, It doesn't work ;/

And have i new problem ... Traction control fault. I made the G85 adaptation. Made correctly. But again, after driving a few kilometers, the error returns. Sometimes the error is shown immediately after starting the engine, sometimes after a few kilometers. In addition, check the air pressure in the wheels fault.

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Re: Favi's Polo 6R 1.2TSI Red Flash "strawberry" :)

Post by ciclo » Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:02 am

Very important :arrow: https://media.tenor.co/images/c784ec6e8 ... 8a1d41/raw

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Have you checked the ground wire?

favi wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:29 pm
And have i new problem ... Traction control fault. I made the G85 adaptation. Made correctly. But again, after driving a few kilometers, the error returns. Sometimes the error is shown immediately after starting the engine, sometimes after a few kilometers. In addition, check the air pressure in the wheels fault.
G85 sensor is connected to powertrain CAN bus, so it is highly likely that this new problem is directly related to all the problems you already have had with these CAN lines.
Because you have used this CAN bus for several retrofits you must check 'all' the splices, crimp, connections or isolation that you have made in these two wires.

Powertrain CAN lines:
- Engine
- ABS system, G85 sensor
- PDC
- AFS HRCU. Bixenon or LED headlights.
- TPMS
- Steering Assist
- Old electrical installation for IC. Isolation.

Symptoms indicate that there is a bad connection.

It is enough that one of the thread of a wire is touching another terminal/cable so that failures arise throughout the system.
High and Low CAN line wires should ALWAYS be separated, including their isolation.

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