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This might be a stupid question, but does the TT have an auto lock feature? My old 182 had it when you went over 10 mph.

If so, how do I enable it?

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L0z said:
This might be a stupid question, but does the TT have an auto lock feature? My old 182 had it when you went over 10 mph.

If so, how do I enable it?

L
Yes it does, you"ll need vcds and cable plus a little prog called basecode to work out what numbers you need to enter to recode the central locking.
 

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Oh so it's not as easy as it was in the Clio then. Press and holding the button etc...

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Hi, Autolock is not enabled as standard, has to be enabled by VagCom.
Hoggy. :D
 

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Would love the Roadster code havinga look at the Audiworld site it gives all sorts of info about different Radios and then numbers which don't seem to match anything? my original door code is 6874 and according to the above site i should add +32 to give a total of 6906 would this work?

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Where can I get VagCom from?

Has anyone got one locally?
 

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I will have to start charging you for using google on your behalf :p

Please see below.

1.8 Will there be a Mac or Linux version?
There will be no "native" Mac or Linux versions. The time and effort required to "port" VCDS to these platforms would never be worthwhile.
Linux (Serial versions only, no reports of USB versions working)
One person has gotten VCDS running under Linux using WINE -- click here for details.
A much more recent one: HOW-TO Install VCDS in Ubuntu Linux using Wine
Mac (IBM/Motorola):
Results on IBM/Motorola Power-PC based Macs using Virtual PC vary. Some people have gotten it to work, but sample rates tend to be poor and the sessions tend to drop frequently. This is likely inherent in the overhead and latency inherent in the virtualized environment. Some people have not gotten it to work at all.
Mac (Intel):
Reports from numerous users indicate that VCDS works perfectly on the latest Intel-based Macs when these run Windows XP natively using Boot Camp. We've had a few reports that VCDS does not work with Windows Vista under Boot Camp. Reports from people using Parallels are less favorable, most people who've tried this have not been able to get it to work at all, especially with Parallels builds lower than 3120.
The bottom line:
We do not consider any of these to be "Supported" platforms for VCDS. If you can get VCDS to work on one of these platforms, great. But if it doesn't work, please don't expect us to be able to help you.
 
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