Can you provide the EXACT details of that, since on this and the other forum no-one has ever managed to do it?you can code this out no problem -> i.e code the functionality in reverse. So normal behavior is start-stop disabled, and when you press the button it will enable start stop.
I’m sure there are quite a few others as well as myself, who would be interested to see how you proposed to do this. I spent quite a lot of time on VCDS going down various blind alleys and never managed to achieve it.picked up my yeti, but it doesn't have start-stop, so won't be able to perform this coding.
While I had the laptop out I thought I'd try this but selecting Channel 13 just gets an error message. However, if you go into Coding (instead of adaption) and then Long Coding Helper, you can find the relevant Byte/Bit for battery voltage and temperature limits. I've not tried altering those values yet because . . . . . .I was able to disable the start / stop system with VCDS. ("A" symbol with a line is displayed in MFD and engine is not stopped, even in the situation of engine stop)
19-CAN Gateway → 10 (adaptation) → CH13 → change 002000 to D02000
By changing 002000 to D02000, field 1 was changed from -50.0 degrees to +54.0 degrees. field 2 remains -50.0 degrees (field 1/2 is VCDS display)
However, I'm not sure why changing field 1 to +54.0 degrees disables the start / stop system.
Does anyone know the meaning or unit of this value?
Also, do you know if this setting change has any bad effect on the vehicle?
For me, pressing the override button when stop/start first activates has become the norm, hence the interest in finding a neat 'n' tidy way of disabling it.But for me, pressing the stop/start over-ride button has become as much part of the launch procedure as pulling out the choke used to be.