Lane Change Assist (Side Assist) Installation to Polo 6R 2012 1.2TSI 77kW RHD

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Re: Lane Change Assist (Side Assist) Installation to Polo 6R 2012 1.2TSI 77kW RHD

Post by danikd » Thu Jun 13, 2019 8:23 pm

Address 17: Instruments (J285) Labels:| 1Sx-920-xxx-17.clb-SRI1
Part No SW: 1ST 920 870 A HW: 1ST 920 870 A
Component: KOMBI H05 0008
Revision: X0005001 Serial number: 00000000000000
Coding: 114A010000
Shop #: WSC 31414 790 00001
ASAM Dataset: EV_KombiUDSMM9RM10 A05808
ROD: EV_KombiUDSMM9RM10_A05_VW12.rod
VCID: 530898D89FB40E4985-8006

Many thx for any clue ... Daniel

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Re: Lane Change Assist (Side Assist) Installation to Polo 6R 2012 1.2TSI 77kW RHD

Post by Adam87 » Thu Jun 13, 2019 11:19 pm

Does the Beetle cluster not fit? It looks very similar

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Re: Lane Change Assist (Side Assist) Installation to Polo 6R 2012 1.2TSI 77kW RHD

Post by benzinkopf » Fri Jun 14, 2019 2:24 am

As mentioned before. I think (referring to my radar version), BSD is really standalone and as I’m following the installation setup like the Audi Q7, the system get its own switch On button. Before I get to enable the menu inside the MFD, I can already switch on the system with the button. And now(with the help of Madwarlock), inside the coding, i can only either have the switch using the button OR change to the MFD menu which makes the button not function. Since the MFD control is only available when the car is stationary, i decided to use the button instead. Only the brightness settings i use the MFD which is also optional since you can adjust the brightness using the vcds anyway.


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Re: Lane Change Assist (Side Assist) Installation to Polo 6R 2012 1.2TSI 77kW RHD

Post by danikd » Fri Jun 14, 2019 8:40 am

Many thx, I belive in you and this forum, I find many inspiration here and people here are very kind.
And thx to Adam87, great find, its seem same and Beetle has BSD ... BUT, its change form Skoda to VW cluster from different car possible?
Its must be adoptet at dealer service, no problem, friend works here, but it must be online and dont know if it can be done ...

Many thx guys!

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Re: Lane Change Assist (Side Assist) Installation to Polo 6R 2012 1.2TSI 77kW RHD

Post by danikd » Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:16 pm

Official online at dealer its impossible, online detect different HW ID and refuse adopting ... so maybe anyone unofficialy offline ... but dont know who :(

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Re: Lane Change Assist (Side Assist) Installation to Polo 6R 2012 1.2TSI 77kW RHD

Post by iichel » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:34 pm

It's certainly possible but you'll need people that do this for a hobby or a living. Perhaps madwarlock or spacewalker could help out?

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Re: Lane Change Assist (Side Assist) Installation to Polo 6R 2012 1.2TSI 77kW RHD

Post by danikd » Fri Jun 14, 2019 7:03 pm

I study New Beetle and only function tahat Citigo ahsnt is BDS system ...No High Beam Assist I hope ... So there are two variants :

1) 7E0 BSD System, as Benzinkopf has :
12pin connector - enabling by button from Q7 or I find better shapped A6 button - 4F0927451
Pros : cheaper, works standalone operated by button, no need to change instrumet cluster
Cons : need calibration ( no autocalibration ) :(, no rear traffic alert on MIB2 units( or it support?), which is main advantage for me :( :( :(

2) 5Q0 BSD System
8pin connector - enabling only via Maxidot, no pins for button :(
Pros : BSD 3.0, rear trafic allert, autocalibration
Cons : More expensive, need to change instrument cluster to Beetle = very very expensiv if possible :( :( :( :( :(

So I am sad ... :cry:

Calibration of 7E0 units is possible via VCDS or VCP ? Because officialy via ODIS probably not ...

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