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  • Jose Ruppenschlager
    Jose Ruppenschlager Jan 03, 2014

    Hi Max Rodriguez, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? What are you trying to do with the comfort control module? Buy one? replace one? find where it is? know what it is? Details please so we can help.

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VW B5 Passat Wet Comfort Control Module... - YouTube

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lBp_hiPc5c
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The protocol is class 2 . Maybe your code reader is no good .
012 GM Class II Communications

Data Link Connector (DLC)
The data link connector (DLC) contains the following serial data links:
• Class II
• Entertainment and Comfort (E&C)
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• Unswitched voltage (B+) at DLC terminal 16 (circuit 1450)
• Ground at terminal 4 (circuit 1450) and terminal 5 (circuit 1550)

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• Circuit 1037
• Circuit 1128
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Either it can be issue with blown fuse controlling the central locking or its issue with central locking control module.Many a times these module gets wet,due to water getting collected there and after that such problem starts.Clean the water and dry that area and recheck,if its working.

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For more help,i suggest click the link below and try the troubleshooting to resolve these issue:---

http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2012/10/central-locking-not-working.html

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These will help.

Thanks.

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Can you supply me with the colour code for the wiring on the alarm/central locking unit under the dash on a 2002 vw golf ? i am fitting a remote start alarm and when i remotely lock the doors i need the vw...


This is what I have for the Golf 2001:

' ITEM ' WIRE COLOR 'POL' WIRE LOCATION '
' 12V 'red '+ 'ignition harness '
' STARTER 'red/gray '+ 'ignition harness '
' IGNITION 'black '+ 'ignition harness '
' ACCESSORY 'black/red '+ 'ignition harness '
' POWER LOCK 'yellow/blue '- 'drivers door module *1 '
' POWER UNLOCK 'green/red *2 '- 'drivers door module *1 '
' LOCK MOTOR 'purple/yellow ' 'drivers door module *1 '
' UNLOCK MOTOR 'blue/yellow ' 'drivers door module *1 '
' DISARM DEFEAT 'pur/yel or blu/yel ' 'passengers door module *3 '
' PARKING LIGHTS + 'gry/red & gry/blk ' 'drivers kick panel '
' HEADLIGHTS 'yellow/red '+ 'headlight switch '
' DOOR TRIGGER 'blue/gray *4 '- 'comfort module *5 '
' DOME SUPERVISION 'blue/gray '- 'comfort module *5 '
' TRUNK/HATCH PIN 'brn/blk or brn/blu '- 'hatch light '
' HOOD PIN 'brown/red '- 'comfort module *5 '
'TRNK/HTCH RELEASE 'brown/black '- 'comfort module *5 '
' FCTRY ALARM ARM 'arms w/ lock ' ' '
' FCTRY ALRM DISARM 'disarms w/ unlock ' ' '
' TACHOMETER 'green/stripe ' 'ignition coil '
' SPEED SENSE ' ' ' '
' BRAKE WIRE 'red/black '+ 'drivers kick panel '
' HORN TRIGGER 'black/yellow '+ 'comfort module *5 '
' WIPERS 'grn/yel and green '+ 'wiper motor

*1 The drivers door module is located in the drivers door.
*2 A double pulse will unlock all doors and disarm the factory alarm.
*3 The passengers door module is located in the passengers door.
*4 This wire will read the dome light delay. The avoid the dome light delay, use the separate door trigger wires and diode isolate each one. They are brown/white and are all located in their own door at their own door module.
*5 The comfort module is the main control module located under the drivers side of the dash.

Use this diagram for the door trigger isolation: motorsport.com/images/install_notes/149.jpg

Use DIAGRAM A.


Hope this helps.

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