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    New Battery coding help.

    Had to replace my battery (2016 Octavia VRS)

    What coding do I need to do in what modules.

    Did a search but they all come up quoting other post but no working links.
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    i believe there r four channels under the [CAN Gateway 19], [Adaptions-10] using VCDS.

    (1)-Battery adaptation-Rated battery capacity
    (2)-Battery adaptation-Battery technology
    (3)-Battery adaptation-Battery manufacturer
    (4)-Battery adaptation-Battery Serial Number
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    There are videos on Youtube (done by Ross Tech) on what you need to do.

    Battery Replacement - Ross-Tech Wiki

    Fast forward to about the 5 min mark
    Last edited by Lucas_R; 25-05-2020 at 02:34 PM.

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    Thanks guys. That should get me sorted. I just got the factory Varta replacement. Mine had a MOLL branded EFB batt. Seems I got the Chinese version from the factory. Only lastEd 3 years and I don’t use stop/start
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunchboxVRS View Post
    Seems I got the Chinese version from the factory. Only lastEd 3 years and I don’t use stop/start
    Yeah that's not a great amount of time, especially so if you don't use the stop/start function. New Varta should last a few years longer.

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