OBDeleven modifications

ghostbustertab

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Jun 21, 2016
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Looking at selling my obd11 with over 350 credits
Only had it 4 months I'm selling for 30 pounds pm me if interested.
 

Titchy

Active Member
Jun 10, 2017
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Buckinghamshire
I've got a 2016 184FR Technology, so it's got all the LED DRL's, auto lights, etc, and a MIB2 head unit. In the OBDeleven Apps there's one that I wanted to active called 'DRL settings in head unit'. When I go into it, it says that it's 'Not supported'. My friend has the same car but a 2015 with the MIB1, and it works fine. Is it worth doing it manually through the adaptations with the following:

On or Off daytime running lights (DRL) from the screen
This modification will add a new option in the menu of lights that allow us to activate or deactivate the daytime running lights (DRL) from the screen.
1 - Module 09 - Electronic. Code (31347)
2 - Adaptation
3 - Select - Daytime Running Light
4 - Sub - Tagfahrlichtnur Aktivierung oder durch BAP Bedienfolge moeglich
5 - Change value to ON

Didn't fancy just trying it in-case it buggers something up!
It’ll be fine.

There are two ways in which you can disable DRLs.

The above which gives you freedom to turn on and off in any switch mode (the light selector switch nearest the driver door).

Or you can set it so they turn off when you place the light selector switch to OFF, (this depends whether you have AUTO lights).

The latter is handy if you don’t want to route through menu systems.


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RuivoM

Active Member
Dec 21, 2019
49
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Is there any way to have cornering lights (static AFS from module 9) without enabling it with blinker switches? I just want to light up when I actually turn.

Thank you.
 

Denzil

Active Member
May 2, 2008
91
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South Wales
Within OBDeleven steering assistance, has anyone activated the driving profile switchover and changed it to Direct, controlled over threshold value?

There are many people all over the internet saying it affects throttle response.

If so, why is it located in the steering section?

Surely it should just affect the steering and not throttle.
 

HighFlyingBird

2016 Leon FR 1.4 150 in Chilli Red 2019 - 2020
Jan 15, 2019
250
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Leeds
First of all do this modification in module 09

1 - Electronic control module 09-. Code (31347)
2 - Adaptation
3 - wiper
4 - Menuesteuerung konfortwischen HW
5 - Change value to On

Then you need to activate setting in 5F unit otherwise you can control it and wiper going to run all the time on AUTO
1 - Electronic control module 5F-.
2 - Adaptation
This two menu need to bit of adjustment :)

First modify section Function list BAP

After that go to other menu Vehicle menu operation

Red marked need to be change

After you have finished with this mod need to reboot unit hold down power button until you hear crack in speakers
And that's it ;)
Can anyone help me out? My auto wipers are always on as described in this post but the fix isn't available because the pictures are gone. I've trawled through this forum, Skoda forums and VW forums looking for a fix but this is the closest thing I've found. Does anyone know what the images were or can provide new ones of the code that's there? I've tried PMing the user but they've not replied
 

Nivster

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Sep 3, 2019
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Within OBDeleven steering assistance, has anyone activated the driving profile switchover and changed it to Direct, controlled over threshold value?

There are many people all over the internet saying it affects throttle response.

If so, why is it located in the steering section?

Surely it should just affect the steering and not throttle.
Yes this affects throttle response...not noticed anything change to the steering. Removes the lag/hesitation from the throttle.

Would highly recommend changing to direct. Makes such a difference... especially if DSG.

Drive-by-wire throttle, so it's likely the same system used to electronically change steering settings as throttle e.g. from comfort to sport etc.
 

RuivoM

Active Member
Dec 21, 2019
49
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Hi, does anyone know what's the DRL channel in the facelift model? I can't seem to find where it is. On pre-facelift it should have an adaption called daytime running lights, but mine doesn't.

Thank you.
 

Nivster

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Sep 3, 2019
53
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I've got a DSG and I've had it activated for days, and noticed no difference. I've tried it in drive and in sport mode.
For me, changing to 'Direct, controlled over threshold' value (from 'Incremental, controlled over time') made the accelerator pedal much more responsive, lost the lag / hesitation when pulling away.
 
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squidie

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Sep 16, 2015
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England
Any know the actual difference apart from specs and more vehicle support when comparing the next gen to the previous model? Excluding the pro licence.
 

Mr Pig

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Jun 17, 2015
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Does anyone know how to stop the wipers going to sleep when you stop at a junction?

Who's fekin bright idea was that eh? Just because the car's not moving, if I'm sitting at a busy junction in the city I still want to see out of the sodding window!

And the wipers don't start again until you're moving at about seven mph. Genius. I want to see before I move!
 
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Mr Pig

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Agreed. This pisses me right off. When you stop it is linked to your intermittent wiper delay.
It seems to drop one wiper position. So if you're on constant it'll drop to intermittent and if you're on intermittent it will stop.

I'd love to meet the knobs who thought that was a good idea. It's a perfect case of doing something because you can rather than because it's a good idea. Wouldn't be so bad if they let you toggle it from the menu but no...
 
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Blade

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Aug 31, 2004
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If I purchase this would it allow me to disable stop/start on 2019/20 Leon Cupra.


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Jim45

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Apr 27, 2018
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My 2018 FR was in today for it’s 2 year service and a recall for something to do with LED indicators, although not sure what was modded or replaced.

Sadly they removed virtually all of my OBDEleven mods including auto wipers and lights and left me with these errors!

Fortunately sorted most of them now & seemed to have got my auto lights and wipers working again.
 

ryzzey

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Jan 18, 2018
165
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Dorset, UK
Hi, wondering if anyone can help me with activating rain closing windows on a facelift?

I’ve tried following the guides and steps on here but when I go into Central electronics adaptations on OBD eleven I can’t find the necessary sub categories, access control etc.

If anyone can help with the steps it would be much appreciated! I have managed to get the auto lights and wipers working as I have replaced the sensor and switch and got those adaptations made easily.

Thanks
 

RuivoM

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Dec 21, 2019
49
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Hi, wondering if anyone can help me with activating rain closing windows on a facelift?

I’ve tried following the guides and steps on here but when I go into Central electronics adaptations on OBD eleven I can’t find the necessary sub categories, access control etc.

If anyone can help with the steps it would be much appreciated! I have managed to get the auto lights and wipers working as I have replaced the sensor and switch and got those adaptations made easily.

Thanks
Hi, I actually were able to, but I remember that I had to search by the sensor name and found someone in an Audi forum suggesting to enable some bit and it worked, as the sensors were the same.

Maybe if you can tell me the name of the rain sensor (it should be something like RLFS or something like that, but with another letter) I may help you find out which was the bit that I enabled, because I can't really remember now.
 

ryzzey

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Jan 18, 2018
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Dorset, UK
Hi, I actually were able to, but I remember that I had to search by the sensor name and found someone in an Audi forum suggesting to enable some bit and it worked, as the sensors were the same.

Maybe if you can tell me the name of the rain sensor (it should be something like RLFS or something like that, but with another letter) I may help you find out which was the bit that I enabled, because I can't really remember now.
Hi thanks for the reply, I bought my sensor from a German company and they called it: Lichtsensor/Regensensor which just translates as light sensor/rain sensor. I’ve also heard it called RLHS (rain light humidity sensor) Will this help me find it in the adaptation menu? Thanks
 
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