A6/S6/RS6, Audi, C6 (2004-2011)

Interesting VCDS coding Audi A6 C6 (2004-2011)

Here’s a list of interesting VCDS coding and adaptation procedures for Audi A6 C6 (2004-2011). Use your diagnostic interface to activate features.


  • Diagnostic interface like VCDS, VAG-COM, VAS or any other that’s capable of performing coding and adaptation procedures.


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Interesting VCDS coding Audi A6 C6

Enable MMI green hidden menu

MMI 2G: 07-Control Head10-Adaptation → Channel: 8 → new value: 1
MMI 3G: 5F-Control Head10-Adaptation → Channel: 6 → new value: 1

MMI welcome screen change

MMI 2G: 07-Control Head07-Coding → change xx0xxxx to value from 1 to 4
MMI 3G: with hidden green menu

Needle sweep / Gauge test / Welcome ceremony

Long coding:17–Instrument Cluster07-Coding → Byte: 01 → Bit: 00Enable

Laptimer, boost gauge, oil temp.

17–Instrument Cluster07-Coding → Byte: 01 → Bit: 03Enable

Navigation DVD eject lock

37-Navigation10-Adaptation → Channel: 68 → New value: 1

Automatic rear wiper (avant only)

09–Cental Electronics10-Adaptation → Channel :16 → New value: 1

MMI 2G convenience source switching

07-Control head10-Adaptation → Channel: 11+4 to original value

Tilting mirror on reverse

Standard coding: 52-Door Electr. Pass.07-Coding+128 to original coding
Long coding: 52-Door Electr. Pass.07-Coding → Byte: 4 → Bit: 3Enable

Disable seat belt warning

Standard coding: 17-Instrument Cluster07-Coding → 00xxx01
Long coding: 17-Instrument Cluster07-Coding → Bite: 0 → Bits: 2, 3, 4Disable

Opening and closing windows with remote

46-Comfort System10-Adaptation → Channel: 61+15 to original value

Coming soon: DRL settings

Coming soon: Selective central locking

Coming soon: Blinking emergency brake

Coming soon: Central locking confirmations

Coming soon: Audi Parking System speed threshold

Coming soon: Service Inspection reset

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