VW Golf (1K) Steering Wheel

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Coding

VW Golf (1K/5K/52) based Steering Wheel control modules used two different communication protocols. Generally speaking most 2010 and older vehicles used the CAN Protocol and 2011+ models use the latest (UDS/ODX) protocol. VCDS will display the protocol type in the upper left hand corner of the Open Controller Screen under the Comm Status.

CAN Protocol

CAN Protocol with Software Version 0101 or lower

The following table applies to Control Modules with Software Version 0101 or lower.

  • 0?xxxxx: Vehicle Type
    • 0 = Normal
    • 1 = Special Purpose (e.g Taxi)
  • 0x?xxxx: Transmission
    • 0 = Manual Transmission
    • 1 = Automatic Transmission
  • 0xx?xxx: Steering Wheel
    • 0 = Steering Wheel without Multifunction
    • 1 = 3-Spoke Steering Wheel without Multifunction
    • 2 = 3/4-Spoke Steering Wheel with Multifunction without Cruise & Voice Control
    • 3 = 3/4-Spoke Steering Wheel with Multifunction with Cruise & Voice Control
  • 0xxx?xx: Additional Equipment
    • +1 = Tiptronic (Shift Paddels)
  • 0xxxx?x: Board Computer / Cruise Control System (CCS)
    • 0 = w/o Board Computer and w/o Cruise Control System (CCS)
    • 1 = with Board Computer and w/o Cruise Control System (CCS)
    • 2 = w/o Board Computer and with Cruise Control System (CCS)
    • 4 = with Board Computer and with Cruise Control System (CCS)
  • 0xxxxx?: Rear Wiper
    • 1 = Rear Wiper not installed
    • 2 = Rear Wiper installed

CAN Protocol with Software Version 0110 or higher

The following table applies to Control Modules with Software Version 0110 or higher.

  • 0?xxxxx: Driver-Assistance-Systems
    • 0 = Driver-Assistance-Systems not installed
    • 0 = Message for Driver-Assistance-Systems active w/o Button
    • 1 = Message for Driver-Assistance-Systems inactive w/o Button
    • 2 = Message for Driver-Assistance-Systems active with Button
    • 3 = Message for Driver-Assistance-Systems inactive with Button
  • 0x?xxxx: Vehicle Type
    • 0 = Normal
    • 1 = Special Purpose with Multi-Function Control Module (Steer. Column. Contr. Mod. as Master)
    • 2 = Special Purpose with Multi-Function Control Module (Multi-Function Contr. Mod. as Master)
  • 0xx?xxx: Transmission
    • 0 = Manual Transmission
    • 1 = Automatic Transmission
  • 0xxx?xx: Multi-Function Steering Wheel
    • 0 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel not installed
    • 5 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel w/o Tiptronic and w/o Push-To-Talk (PTT) installed
    • 6 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel with Tiptronic and no Push-To-Talk (PTT) installed
    • 7 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel w/o Tiptronic and with Push-To-Talk (PTT) installed
    • 8 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel with Tiptronic and with Push-To-Talk (PTT) installed
  • 0xxxx?x: Cruise Control System (CCS) and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
    • 0 = Cruise Control System (CCS) not installed
    • 1 = Cruise Control System (CCS) with 6 Positions via separate Stalk installed
    • 2 = Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with 6 Positions via separate Stalk installed
    • 3 = Cruise Control System (CCS) with 4 Positions via Blinker Stallk installed
    • 4 = Cruise Control System (CCS) via Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed
    • 5 = Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) via Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed
  • 0xxxxx?: Rear Wiper and Board Computer
    • 1 = Rear Wiper not installed / Board Computer via Wiper Stalk not installed
    • 2 = Rear Wiper installed / Board Computer via Wiper Stalk not installed
    • 3 = Rear Wiper not installed / Board Computer via Wiper Stalk verbaut
    • 4 = Rear Wiper installed / Board Computer via Wiper Stalk installed

UDS/ODX Protocol

The following applies to Control Modules using the KWP-7000 (UDS/ODX) protocol.

  • Some 2010 and newer M.Y. vehicles use the newest style of UDS protocol modules which are Long Coded. 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 Long Coding Helper Function using VCDS.
  • This type of Steering Wheel Control Module includes the Slip Ring.

Replacement

  • Run and save a complete Auto-Scan and save it prior to module removal. See the Online Manual Auto-Scan.
  • Code the new module with the Coding from the original module found in the Auto-Scan.
  • Clear fault codes in the Steering Wheel module and verify all functions are working as per design.
  • Run and save another Auto-Scan and save it. The 03-ABS Brakes and 44-Steering Assist modules may have G85 and/or Steering Limit Stop fault codes that need to be corrected. See Vehicle specific Diagnostic Procedures for Details.

Special Notes

When Retrofitting the Cruise Control Retrofitting (1K) and Steering Wheel Control Module Versions pages should be helpful in conjunction with the Official Factory Repair Information and Parts Catalog.




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