Steering Weight adjust with VCDS

Steering Weight adjust with VCDS

Postby coupeman » Sun Jan 17, 2016 3:58 pm

Ok, just carried this out and it makes the somewhat light A1 steering a lot more acceptable. Changed it to GTi which is 20. In the module 44 then coding, there is a 5 digit number, if its never been touched it should read 11251. To adjust it to another parameter, there is a list on here somewhere, just change the last two digits, so GTi is 11220

I found that this needed to be done with just the ignition on, not with the engine running as it wont stick.

Makes a big difference!
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Re: Steering Weight adjust with VCDS

Postby kyriazog » Sat Oct 07, 2017 5:27 pm

Hello, I am trying to perform this change with vcds but I have stuck. Did you do this on a facelift model? My code looks like this:

Code: Select all
Address 44: Steering Assist (J792)       Labels:| 6Rx-909-144-V2.clb
   Part No SW: 6R1 909 144 AN    HW: 6R1 909 144 E
   Component: EPS_TRW_ALow  313 3150 
   Serial number: CH5Q0434
   Coding: 800700
   Shop #: WSC 00046 412 00000
   ASAM Dataset: EV_SteerAssisUDSTRW 016134
   ROD: EV_SteerAssisUDSTRW.rod
   VCID: 03527E50CB929C7F468-8056

No fault code found.

and I can't find this 11251 that you state. I have although tried, through adaptation, to change steering assist from 100% to 60%, but after some time( if I turn off the engine and on it doesn't change) it reverts back to 100%. I should also note that I have factory Audi Drive Select. Any ideas?
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