ciclo. Wife's Golf MK7.5 Ready2Go 1.0 TSI 6MT 200Nm/l 115HP

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Re: ciclo. Wife's Golf MK7.5 Ready2Go 1.0 TSI 6MT 200Nm/l 115HP

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Super, I already installed A5, only wiring to TIUL and coding is missing, so I will wait for master to find the way :D
Hope you want to code predective AAC also.
https://www.google.com/search?q=predict ... NrXUci_XUM
Our A5 is capable of it.

BTW, here in Czech Republic is now snowing :) Spring is coming 8)
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Good morning Daniel.

We will take into account the pACC. :wink:
An interesting video about it ...

... my miracle guy is Slavik 🤗 and friends, we will have to study this pACC matter.

This is my factory ACC unit (like the one the guy in the video updated).
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My main target is the DLA, although the 'Adaptive' Lane Assist is also very interesting.
Here you have the codings for the driving assistants :arrow: https://vwcoding.ru/MQB/assistants/
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Thx for beautiful photos! Thx for coding link ...
BTW, our A5 doesnt have PEdestraina Assist?
https://vwcoding.ru/MQB/camAssistFirmwares/
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I honestly don't know, we'll have to investigate ... I think I remember that in the thread of my 6R R-line an Australian posted a photo of his Golf stopped by the presence of a kangaroo ... 😂
The pedestrian detection system is interesting, I hope it can be disabled from the menu,
because there are some pedestrians who deserve to be hit and something else ... 😅


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At least is present in the VCDS label.
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... and ODIS
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Thx for info, hope it will be working.
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very cool lighting with ambietne :D to be full of admiration 8) 8) 8)
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:wink:
I recommend installing the ORIGINAL footwell ambient lights :arrow: viewtopic.php?p=581341#p581341

The interior ambient light is very pleasant in combination with the AID and 5F.
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ciclo wrote: Sun Mar 21, 2021 8:22 pm At least is present in the VCDS label.
https://i.imgur.com/vnjhnsG.png

... and ODIS
https://i.imgur.com/uklNHTv.jpg
I believe it's the same VCDS label for 2 cameras.
AFAIK there are two versions:
3Q0980653 support pACC
3Q0980654 don't support pACC

I can be wrong!
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We will study it, spring has only just begun.
Every day I have more information of all kinds, not only about installations and codings ... As usual on YouTube you can see many videos with a huge amount of info about it.

However, all these pREDICTIVE driving assistance systems are ideal for the 'perfect worlds' ..., and the world where I live is very very far from being even normal despite the many opportunities offered.
As a general rule, there are a huge number of people with a very poor educational level (at all social levels) who lead to poor intellectual behavior.
Accurately complying with the rules is something exceptional and if you do you can be rebuked - insulted, or something else, because now people think that they only have rights and no obligations.
It has been a constant throughout my life that unfortunately I have always had to keep in mind (to be totally aseptic to the behavior of others in my deepest democratic thinking), that is why I was only interested in those driving assistants who could not influence at all in the behavior of the other drivers.

Predictive systems are not adapted to real traffic conditions, and as long as all private vehicles do not have these systems, the very correct predictive systems can seriously damage your health. 🚬
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ciclo wrote: Tue Mar 23, 2021 6:50 pm ... because now people think that they only have rights and no obligations.
I couldn't agree more!!!
There is a huge lack of respect for others, not only on the road, but every where.
I think that the pandemic situation that the world is experiencing has further aggravated this selfishness.
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Windshield replacement on a Golf 7.5 (Station Wagon)


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Removing wiper arms

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1.2 Moving wipers to service position
– Switch on ignition briefly, then switch it off again.
– Press windscreen wiper lever to “flick wipe” position within 10
seconds.
• The wipers are moving to “service position”.

1.7 Deactivating APP function of wiper motor
The windscreen wiper system is equipped with an APP function
(alternating park position).
With the APP function, the wiper is moved up slightly once it has
reached the lowest position. This occurs every second time the
wiper system is switched off.
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And this is the final look of all new retroffited harnesses in this area (BCM-Fusebox-TIUL).
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RVC, RDKS, HBA, BSD-RTA, PLA12K 3.0, Heated seats, FPA, 4x Fuse Holders (x2), Level Sender, Convenience CAN lines, FCM, Matrix 8IU LED headlights (x2), 58d, Multi-color ambient lights, A5 Camera, etc...

It would be possible to tape it with a good cloth tape for a nice final look, but I have decided to keep it that way by fastening all the harnesses with just two zip ties ... I still have a couple more things to retrofit (summer project 2021).

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ciclo wrote: Tue Mar 30, 2021 4:39 am .... I still have a couple more things to retrofit (summer project 2021).
MORE???? :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

Amazing project!!!!

Everytime i see this project, i think you do things that not even the VW engineers imagine that's possible
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