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On a friend’s car, a Passat B7 (3AA) the seat heaters didn’t work. So I connected to the car with VCDS to see if we could troubleshoot this.
I opened Control Module 9, Central Electronics:
Then went to 7 Long Coding, and it turned out that the Seat Heating was not properly coded.
VCDS didn’t have a label file for this module but it should be Byte 22, Bit 2:
I changed it to:
And now the seat heaters were working again.
But the driver wondered why the seat heater level wasn’t remembered. I am not sure why this isn’t activated by default but it can be easily changed.
Go to Control Module 8, Auto HVAC:
Then go to Adaptation, select channel “Storage of driver seat heater level” and select On as the New value:
There’s not setting for the passenger seat though
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