VW Jetta (16/AJ)

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Volkswagen Jetta (16 / AJ)
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Information
Manufacturer: Volkswagen AG
Chassis Code: 16 / AJ
Platform: VW36X
Model Years: from 2011
Model Years (US): from 2011
Predecessor: VW Jetta (1K/AJ)
Successor: -
Interface Hardware
HEX+CAN, Micro-CAN
DLC Location
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The DLC is located in the Driver Footwell.

This page only applies to the VW Jetta (16/AJ) MY 2011+, information about the VW Jetta (5K/AJ) MY 2010 can be found here. We also have "small" list of Common Modifications & Tweaks for the VW Jetta (16/AJ). General Information about this Model can be found in the Wikipedia entry.

[01] - Engine Electronics

Gasoline Engines

Diesel Engines

[02] - Transmission Electronics

[03] - Brake Electronics

[05] - Access/Start Authorization

[08] - Heating/Air Conditioning

  • Heating
  • Manual Heating/Air Conditioning
    • Basic Setting
    • Label File (5C0-820-047.CLB)
  • Climatic
    • Basic Setting
    • Label File

[09] - Central Electronics / Body Control Module (BCM)

Note: Make sure to have all Doors unlocked, otherwise this Control Module may not communicate with the Scan Tool/VCDS.

[15] - Airbags

[17] - Instrument Cluster

[19] - Gateway

[25] - Immobilizer

[2B] - Steering Column Lock

[2E] - Media Player

[37] - Navigation

[44] - Steering Assist

[46] - Comfort System

Note: The Comfort System known from earlier Models has been integrated with the Central Electronics / Body Control Module (BCM) and is no longer available as a separate Address/Module. All related Diagnostics/Settings have to be performed via Central Electronics / Body Control Module (BCM).

[56] - Radio (Analog)

[65] - Tire Pressure Monitoring

Note: The 2011 - 2012 NAR (North American Region) Jetta is equipped with Indirect TPMS.

  • Indirect TPMS is a function of the ABS Brake Electronics (MK60EC1) system. Address [65] - Tire Pressure Monitoring is NOT used in vehicles with Indirect TPMS.
  • When ABS based TPMS is installed, the vehicle is equipped with a reset button which is typically found in the glovebox. The Owner's manual and Labels on the chassis will include vehicle specific instructions for the reset and learning test drive procedure after repairs.

[77] - Telephone




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