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Originally Posted by Vince Waldon. It's really designed as a get your feet wet version IMHO, and when coupled with all the fun of getting cloned eBay cables to behave is probably not much of a bargain at all. To your specific question, the documentation is pretty clear that doesn't report TDI timing values. The couple hundred bucks I spent for a real version of the cable (which includes a license for the full software) makes VCDS the best value-for-your-money tool in my TDI toolbox, next to the spring clamp pliers. what he said x100. now. where did you get those spring clamp pliers. I made a pair that work decent enough butlooking for a better version. Originally Posted by makos101. When getting the 250$ cable and software is that all I have to pay? My friend insists that there is a 100$ setup fee also. Thanks for any advice. The cable (w/ built-in dongle) is either $250 or $350 (depending on which one you want/need). That's it, no setup fee, no charge for software updates, no other charges of any kind (except for shipping for the cable). Simple, and remarkably cheap considering the power of the tool (VW charges about $30,000 for an equivalent scan tool. __________________ 2009 Jetta SportWagen TDI Candy White/Anthracite; Build date: 01/16/09; Buy date: 02/09/09 Coveted Three Pedal Version, Big hole in roof Dieselgeek Shortshifter Panzer Plate (my favorite my smartest mods) 2MicronTech Pure Flow and Contain Flow CR fuel system modifications. Originally Posted by makos101. Im having a horrible vagcom experience. I have a cheap cable off of ebay and am trying to figure out how to use it with VCDS Lite. I get it connected to my car and I have run a auto scan which has turned up nothing. I have some questions. Is VCDS Light limited in what I can do? What can I do with the lite version? I just replaced the timing belt and would like to check the timing/play with my injectors after installing new nozzles. Thanks for any tips. There is an excellent thread titled Getting that ebay cable to work or something like that written by NB_tdi. It will walk you through everything you need. __________________ When interviewed about why no diesel for the new F150, Ford responded to effect that diesel makes no sense in the 1/2 ton market. That brilliance should be repeated in every Ram 1500 eco-diesel commercial. OCD TDICLUB MEMBER # 1. I paid the $99 for VCDS Lite and bought a cheap cable from alpha-bid on ebay. Here is their direct web site. FWIW, I have had no problems whatsoever. I have access to all the timing values I need. I can use the timing graph too (another post about a month ago questioned this. For the limited times I use the set-up I am very happy with my purchase. But, I guess you can never go wrong with purchasing one of the Ross-Tech cables/dongles. I think a lot of the complaints with VCDS Lite are from folks that didn't pay the shareware fee and are using the crippled version that has many of the most valuable features disabled. In many cases I am not sure they even realize that the version they are using is not fully functional. Ross-Tech has a nice web page listing the features of VCDS, VCDS Lite (paid version), and VCDS Lite (crippled version). Users should review their web site prior to making a purchase decision IMHO. Finally, here is the link to the function table from Ross-Tech: Paul. 2010 JSW TDI . 6sp manual. Last edited by schultp; January 6th, 2011 at 16:14. Originally Posted by makos101. Hey guys could the fact that my 03 jetta has a aftermarket pioneer stereo have something to do with why the vagcom cannon connect to my car completly? I read something like the k line needs to be grounded? I need to get a set of extractor keys to pull my radio. I can read the trouble codes through vwtools when when i try to go into my engine with vcds lite it says connection lost. It is possible, read this. __________________ 2009 Jetta SportWagen TDI Candy White/Anthracite; Build date: 01/16/09; Buy date: 02/09/09 Coveted Three Pedal Version, Big hole in roof Dieselgeek Shortshifter Panzer Plate (my favorite my smartest mods) 2MicronTech Pure Flow and Contain Flow CR fuel system modifications. Hi. download it, disable your antivirus and install, work perfect. 1) Download this cracked software only if you trust the hacker who cracked it, AND if you have no problem with supporting thieves (and stealing from a long-time TDIClub supporter). 2) I will NEVER disable my anti-virus software to run ANY program, especially software from an unknown source. Follow argavc's advice at your own risk. __________________ 2009 Jetta SportWagen TDI Candy White/Anthracite; Build date: 01/16/09; Buy date: 02/09/09 Coveted Three Pedal Version, Big hole in roof Dieselgeek Shortshifter Panzer Plate (my favorite my smartest mods) 2MicronTech Pure Flow and Contain Flow CR fuel system modifications. Originally Posted by schultp. I paid the $99 for VCDS Lite and bought a cheap cable from alpha-bid on ebay. Here is their direct web site. FWIW, I have had no problems whatsoever. I have access to all the timing values I need. I can use the timing graph too (another post about a month ago questioned this. For the limited times I use the set-up I am very happy with my purchase. But, I guess you can never go wrong with purchasing one of the Ross-Tech cables/dongles. I think a lot of the complaints with VCDS Lite are from folks that didn't pay the shareware fee and are using the crippled version that has many of the most valuable features disabled. In many cases I am not sure they even realize that the version they are using is not fully functional. Ross-Tech has a nice web page listing the features of VCDS, VCDS Lite (paid version), and VCDS Lite (crippled version). Users should review their web site prior to making a purchase decision IMHO. Finally, here is the link to the function table from Ross-Tech: Paul. Thanks Paul, this answers my question, I too picked up a $15 FTDI adapter, (off ebay) came with a mini driver was old, I went to FTDI site and downloaded the latest, then downloaded RT VCDS lite, and now I can do quite a bit with it, I think I'll pay the $99 and unlock more features. I already diagnosed and repaired cam sensor problem, that I could not even see with an OBD2 scanner,no wonder my fuel economy sucked, and cold starting problems, also the radio antenna open circuit. cleared air bag warning lite, to name a few. it's only an 04 Jetta, and only has about 10 controllers, I think a registered Lite should be enough, for now, if not I can then upgrade to a full VCDS and receive the $99 as credit. Originally Posted by JSWTDI09. The cable (w/ built-in dongle) is either $250 or $350 (depending on which one you want/need). That's it, no setup fee, no charge for software updates, no other charges of any kind (except for shipping for the cable). Simple, and remarkably cheap considering the power of the tool (VW charges about $30,000 for an equivalent scan tool. This isn't quite true. VW's tool (VAS [some numbers]) is way more more more powerful than this tiny tool. It can perform adaptations which are out of scope in VCDS, also it has got a possibility to update the software of control modules (e.g. ECU, CECM, etc. Basically VCDS is a DTC scan/clear tool which also can be used to disable seatbelt chime in such cases when your car functions properly. Personally I own a genuine cable with full version but I think it's a little pricey for everyone to have it.

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