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Old 03-20-2017, 01:54 PM   #61
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Good news is that the horn works now; however, when I turn off the car, the horn beeps once. Anybody run into this challenge and have a solution?
that normally happens if the glove compartment is still open ... are you certain everything else is closed properly?
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Old 03-22-2017, 06:33 PM   #62
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that normally happens if the glove compartment is still open ... are you certain everything else is closed properly?
Yes. All closed
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Old 03-22-2017, 06:52 PM   #63
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It's the programming. When the guy was doing mine he had the same issue and changed something to make it stop. wish I knew what it was but I don't. You may need to bring it back to them and let them play with some settings.
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Old 03-22-2017, 09:57 PM   #64
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It's the programming. When the guy was doing mine he had the same issue and changed something to make it stop. wish I knew what it was but I don't. You may need to bring it back to them and let them play with some settings.
Yeah I do have an appointment to get it back but travel schedules keeps changing. Hopefully will get it sorted next week
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This thread is not good for my bank account... So close to doing the swap several times.

Just wondering, are the silver parts real metal or plastic?
997.2, 991.1 & 991.2 plastic bezel (looks great though) with medal paddle. ALL versions of the wheel work from Panamera to Macan.
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Old 03-22-2017, 10:42 PM   #66
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Does anyone know where I can purchase the control module or have one? I'm assuming I'm going to need it. Swapping out a manual non-MF triangle 997.1 steering wheel to a 997.2 with new airbag. Do I need a new module if I'm going from nonMF to nonMF? Wondering if I need for new airbag and horn to work.

997-613-289-01- steering control module
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Does anyone know where I can purchase the control module or have one? I'm assuming I'm going to need it. Swapping out a manual non-MF triangle 997.1 steering wheel to a 997.2 with new airbag. Do I need a new module if I'm going from nonMF to nonMF? Wondering if I need for new airbag and horn to work.

997-613-289-01- steering control module
I'm almost positive you will. On my 1st swap to a newer tip, using my old module, the horn would not work. The airbag is good to go.

It has NOT been tested , but I'm willing to bet we can program the 997.1 module and the new module isn't needed. The modules look identical, so I'm not sure what the new module has.

If somebody has a piwis or a dealer buddy, they could help a ton of people.

I found a used one and it was plug and play.

I'm not sure why any module in the 997.2 wouldn't work, since you only need the horn.
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Old module can't be programmed. Tried that and no deal. There was no pdk option.
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Old module can't be programmed. Tried that and no deal. There was no pdk option.
That is good to know!!!
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Old module can't be programmed. Tried that and no deal. There was no pdk option.
to actually get the horn to work, the multifunction enabled function i believe is in the GATEWAY module - not the steering module.

if someone who has done this can confirm/dispute this this would be great.
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I did the swap yesterday without any problems and it took me about one hour. A friend and I used PIWIS 1 to code (997.613.289.01 steering wheel unit was used). For those who are interested, here┤s the way to code:

1. Select "special functions" and do a "vehicle handover".

2. The "vehicle handover" runs automatically. When prompted if the car is new, select "no" and then confirm your chassis number (VIN). The "vehicle handover" is needed for recognizing your new steering wheel unit, so that all other control modules are able to communicate with it.

3. Select to "steering col. switch" unit and read and erase all fault memories. Then switch to "codings" and set "Automatic (Tiptronic/PDK)" and "PDK" (both!) to "installed". Also set all your other values to "installed" if the car is equipped with them (for example speed control system).

4. Then select "PSM" unit and read and erase all fault memories. After that read your security code (keep in mind) and do a steering-wheel-sensor-calibration (security code is needed here).

5. At last: Erase all fault memories and then have fun while driving a Tiptronic car with PDK-Paddles
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I did the swap yesterday without any problems and it took me about one hour. A friend and I used PIWIS 1 to code (997.613.289.01 steering wheel unit was used). For those who are interested, here┤s the way to code:

1. Select "special functions" and do a "vehicle handover".

2. The "vehicle handover" runs automatically. When prompted if the car is new, select "no" and then confirm your chassis number (VIN). The "vehicle handover" is needed for recognizing your new steering wheel unit, so that all other control modules are able to communicate with it.

3. Select to "steering col. switch" unit and read and erase all fault memories. Then switch to "codings" and set "Automatic (Tiptronic/PDK)" and "PDK" (both!) to "installed". Also set all your other values to "installed" if the car is equipped with them (for example speed control system).

4. Then select "PSM" unit and read and erase all fault memories. After that read your security code (keep in mind) and do a steering-wheel-sensor-calibration (security code is needed here).

5. At last: Erase all fault memories and then have fun while driving a Tiptronic car with PDK-Paddles
Thanks for sharing

Do you know the reference of the steering wheel?
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What do you mean by reference? Part number?
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What do you mean by reference? Part number?
Yes, thanks
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Old 04-04-2017, 12:41 PM   #75
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Mr. White what year is you car?
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