Polo 6R 09 1.4 85KM

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Re: Polo 6R 09 1.4 85KM

Post by ciclo » Thu May 21, 2020 5:28 am

Pipefoto wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 5:59 pm
Hi, I wanted to know where I can buy the automatic lights cable kit. Thank you.
Pipefoto wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 6:57 pm
ciclo wrote:
Fri Dec 06, 2019 1:51 pm
Hi Piotrek, thanks for sharing the images of your 6R.
You will have a nice 6R RED when you finish the installations, LED headlights, R-line bumpers, etc ... 8)


Your wiring looms 'B': viewtopic.php?f=62&t=69223&start=105#p563747
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:arrow: The installation guide, download the PDF document.

I will send you a private message to contact me by email. (soon, wait a little please :wink: )
I mean this Thank you
I no longer manufacture these cables, I made thousands of them and went crazy. :lol:
I am sincerely sorry.🙏

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Re: Polo 6R 09 1.4 85KM

Post by Pipefoto » Thu May 21, 2020 2:12 pm

ciclo wrote:
Thu May 21, 2020 5:28 am
Pipefoto wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 5:59 pm
Hi, I wanted to know where I can buy the automatic lights cable kit. Thank you.
Pipefoto wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 6:57 pm
ciclo wrote:
Fri Dec 06, 2019 1:51 pm
Hi Piotrek, thanks for sharing the images of your 6R.
You will have a nice 6R RED when you finish the installations, LED headlights, R-line bumpers, etc ... 8)


Your wiring looms 'B': viewtopic.php?f=62&t=69223&start=105#p563747
Image

:arrow: The installation guide, download the PDF document.

I will send you a private message to contact me by email. (soon, wait a little please :wink: )
I mean this Thank you
I no longer manufacture these cables, I made thousands of them and went crazy. :lol:
I am sincerely sorry.🙏
I had many illusions, won't you have one left in the bottom of the drawer to send to Spain? 😩
the truth is that you have done an impressive job with all the improvements of the vw polo. You are a genius and thank you very much for sharing your knowledge with us.

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Re: Polo 6R 09 1.4 85KM

Post by iichel » Thu May 21, 2020 2:26 pm

If everyone is ok with it, I'd be able to make you some wiring and help you installing it

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Re: Polo 6R 09 1.4 85KM

Post by Pipefoto » Thu May 21, 2020 6:32 pm

iichel wrote:
Thu May 21, 2020 2:26 pm
If everyone is ok with it, I'd be able to make you some wiring and help you installing it
I would buy one if you do 👍

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Re: Polo 6R 09 1.4 85KM

Post by ciclo » Sat May 23, 2020 5:35 am

ciclo wrote:
Thu May 21, 2020 5:16 am
dcgumis wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 2:54 pm


The cornering lights do not come on.In position 03 abs the g85 sensor is not visible.so it probably won't work for me :roll:


They will work for you when the SCLs wiring is installed correctly. You can be absolutely sure. :wink: :lol:

I wonder if you installed the wiring for automatic lights. :?: :?: :?:
According to iichel's instructions for installing the SCLs wiring, he is referring to the T17 connector of the old light switch, and it is not correct with the automatic lights wiring.
On the other hand, I notice that you do not want to have the automatic lights activated in the BCM coding. :?: :shock:


Note:
You cannot make any kind of correction, modification, calibration, basic setting or adaptation of your new G85 retrofitted sensor in YOUR ABS unit ---> WITHOUT ESP system .. no problem for this reason. Your ABS unit is not involved in the operation of SCLs at all. (G85 and BCM only)

However, you can check with VCDS if the steering wheel angles (steering column) reach the BCM at the advanced values ​​(or meas values). If the angle values ​​change when you move the steering wheel, the installation of your new G85 sensor ring is correct. Which is correct according to your last Autoscan.

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Good to know that the TinyQ parameterization worked correctly for your AFS unit (6R Europe).👍

Hello Piotrek, I'm going to try to explain what you need to do to make your SCLs work under BCM control on your front fog lamps.

Previous notes:
In the following diagram you can see the electrical wiring of your factory front fog lights.

6R. Front fog lights. No BCM control. (Light switch>fusebox>front fog lamps)
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In the picture of your original fuse box you can see fuse 54. (15Amp)

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All this electrical installation must be isolated, that is, since you installed the LED headlights, this electrical installation is not useful if you want to have SCLs. The ground wires in the fog lamps will be useful for the new electrical installation.

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New electrical installation. SCLs + F Fog lights under BCM control.

What we should achieve is represented in the following two diagrams. OEM.
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-You already have the G85 sensor installed.👍
-The yellow wire must be installed differently because you supposedly have installed the wiring for automatic lights. This cable must be new. I did not provide you with this cable because if you had installed bi-xenon headlights or you had not installed new headlights it would not be necessary, and because when I manufactured your cables I had no knowledge of what your future headlights would be.
Easy, the new yellow wire should be installed from slot 3 of the red connector (automatic lights wiring) to T73a/7.

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-The black/green wire is the electrical supply so that the BCM can power the fog lamps when required, either from the new T10 AUTO light switch or for SCLs. Is essential.
I provided you with this power/wire in the wiring that I sold you. When I made your cables, I already thought that maybe you wanted to have SCLs ... :wink: (I didn't have the obligation to have done so)
SB57 ---> SB20b-SB57a-fuse-SB57b-T73b/11 (images WL0, WL2a + WL2c, ... check the installation guide)

-The other two new wires (white/yellow) are clear enough on the diagram. From BCM to Fog lights connectors.

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+ BCM coding (logically)
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Hope this makes your SCLs work.

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Re: Polo 6R 09 1.4 85KM

Post by dcgumis » Sat May 23, 2020 7:10 pm

Hi, thank you Fernando for the instructions, I will try to do it and show the result :D :D I don't have automatic lights yet, because I don't have a twilight sensor yet :P

Which windshield is the right one for the sensor?

Thanks you iichell,ciclo :D
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Re: Polo 6R 09 1.4 85KM

Post by iichel » Sat May 23, 2020 9:00 pm

If you want a heated windshield, there is also an option.... ;-)

You can take either of those for your Polo 6R.
Top one: 1K0 rain sensor, 1K0 auto dimming mirror
Bottom one: 5K7 rail sensor, 3G0 auto dimming mirror, 7E0 HBA mirror (only with automatic lights, 7E0 BCM and wiring)

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