Steering Column Control Module
There are different types of steering column control modules, the type is depending on several individual options so we have compiled a list of available part numbers for you. If a part number is not listed, registered VCDS users may contact us to ask for help with this topic.
Installation & Wiring
Additional Information can be found in the Repair Manuals, the Wiring Diagrams, the Parts Catalog and/or the Instructions included in the Retrofitting Kit.
- Install proper Cruise Control Switch/Lever
- If necessary Replace the Steering Column Control Module (J527), see Requirements above for Details.
- Add the Wiring from Steering Column Control Module to the Engine Control Module. This step used to be necessary before MY 2006/2007 but as of MY 2010 several Users have reported missing Wiring when the Vehicle was not Factory equipped with Cruise Control. Check the proper Wiring Diagrams for the Vehicle in question.
- For Steering Wheel Control Module P/N 1K0-953-549-* check Connector/Pin T20/13.
- For Steering Wheel Control Module P/N 5K0-953-549-* and 5K0-953-569-* check Connector/Pin T16/5.
- Update Steering Column Control Module (J527 / #16) Coding.
- Due to different Control Modules and Equipment in the Car the actual Coding Table is not shown here but will automatically be shown once you access the Coding Function using VCDS.
- Update the Engine Control Module (J623 / #01) Coding.
- Make sure that the Engine is NOT running, otherwise the new Coding will be rejected. Models equipped with Start/Stop System do have a Shutoff Switch/Button which will deactivate the Start/Stop Function.
- As a Rule of Thumb, if the Engine Control Module uses a Short Coding the Activation is being done using Coding-II. If the Engine Control Module uses a Long Coding the Activation is done in (Long) Coding itself. Please also note that there are different Coding Variants for Long Coding.
- Due to different Control Modules and Equipment in the Car the actual Coding Table is not shown here but will automatically be used by the Long Coding Assistant once you access the Function using VCDS.
If you are having trouble finding/calculating the proper Coding using the Long Coding Assist please Contact us directly. Make sure to include a complete Diagnostic Protocol (Auto-Scan) from the Car and state which steps/work you have performed yet.
Also see this page for an explanation of CCS activation: Checking Cruise Control using Measuring Values