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Old 09-22-2017, 10:25 PM   #52
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that's your problem, you had no switches down that side..you are missing additional wiring...

all the pictograms should light up white like the electric window switches when the headlight are on....
Ok. Pin 10 goes to Fuse 34 with a fuse tap.

What am I missing? I'll get more of the repair wires from the dealer, but where and what am I conncting?
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Old 09-23-2017, 09:04 AM   #53
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Ok. Pin 10 goes to Fuse 34 with a fuse tap.

What am I missing? I'll get more of the repair wires from the dealer, but where and what am I conncting?
Wiring for the ESC is = So, the complete circuit for ESP on/off switch is: +12V supply from fuse 34 via a black/yellow wire to the ESP switch on the centre console (in the dash wiring loom). From the ESP switch, a purple/green wire goes to the ABS controller via "T17d" connector on the "TIUL coupling point" (the location of both of which I have shown in the pic below). When the ESP switch is "ON", it provides a +12V signal to pin 39 of the ABS Control module (i.e. J104)

so double check the other wire to the abs unit from the switch.

The other two pins are for the illumination of the buttons. The ESC switch should work without this, so I would fault find the other wire to the ABS unit first.
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Old 09-24-2017, 09:31 AM   #54
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Ok. Pin 10 goes to Fuse 34 with a fuse tap.

What am I missing? I'll get more of the repair wires from the dealer, but where and what am I conncting?
You also do not need another fuse tap, you are wiring as per VW factory so that circuit is protected by fuse34.
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Old 10-09-2017, 10:24 PM   #55
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Hi,

It's possible to get more options on Infotainment without the button?

Now I only have

02 = ESC & ASR ON / ASR OFF / Blank (Standard for most Golf’s)

I'd like to make it working

05 = ESC & ASR ON / ASR OFF / ESC OFF

But I don't have the button, it's still possible to get this only on screen?

Anyway I tried to follow that instructions but byte 29 is empty, shows nothing.

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Old 10-14-2017, 07:51 PM   #56
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I want to wear the esc button off the car. but connector T17 pin 1-5 is empty. there is another option to attach this button.
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Old 10-14-2017, 09:29 PM   #57
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You will have to run a wire from the ABS unit the pin number is in wiring description..

Wire type & general description for routing this is as per the TMPS switch retro fit that I did as this uses another pin on the ABS unit..
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Old 10-14-2017, 09:38 PM   #58
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You will have to run a wire from the ABS unit the pin number is in wiring description..



Wire type & general description for routing this is as per the TMPS switch retro fit that I did as this uses another pin on the ABS unit..

Thank you for answer.
I think of Abs control unit pin 39.
Is it right ?

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Old 10-16-2017, 09:40 AM   #59
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Thank you for answer.
I think of Abs control unit pin 39.
Is it right ?

YES pin 39 on the ABS unit is for the ESC switch...as marked (TSC/ESP) on the ABS wiring diagram
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Old 10-16-2017, 10:22 AM   #60
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YES pin 39 on the ABS unit is for the ESC switch...as marked (TSC/ESP) on the ABS wiring diagram


I don't understand
ABS UNIT = pin39
Esc Button= ?? ( which pin. It is normally pin9-10)

I did not understand how a 1 cable going to ABS would work. ?

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Old 10-16-2017, 05:01 PM   #61
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I don't understand
ABS UNIT = pin39
Esc Button= ?? ( which pin. It is normally pin9-10)

I did not understand how a 1 cable going to ABS would work. ?

Thank you
Easy if you know electrical....

The switch has an "input" side & an "output" side...the live wire I connected to my EPB live supplies a "live" "input" for the switch, when you press the switch in "makes" the connection and sends this electrical signal down the "output" wire to the ABS unit...this tells the ABS unit that the switch has ben activated...

Quote from the first post in this thread:-

The ESC OFF button operates by sending a momentary 12V power supply to the ABS/ESC controller which trips the traction control off or on. All the button requires is any switched (powered on with ignition only) 12V supply & a connecting wire to the ABS/ESC controller. At the factory this is wired as a 12V supply coming from Fuse 34 (7.5A), in a Black/Yellow wire, to the switch (pin 10), & then a Purple/Green wire from the switch (pin 9) to the ABS/ESC controller going via pin5, connector T17d, at what VW call the “TIUL Coupling Point”.

So working back from the ABS unit:
pin 39 ABS unit to connector T17d pin 5..then from connector to pin 9 ESC switch...

Then pin 10 switch to a wire connected to fuse 34 (I used the EPB)
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Old 10-16-2017, 05:52 PM   #62
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Easy if you know electrical....

The switch has an "input" side & an "output" side...the live wire I connected to my EPB live supplies a "live" "input" for the switch, when you press the switch in "makes" the connection and sends this electrical signal down the "output" wire to the ABS unit...this tells the ABS unit that the switch has ben activated...

Quote from the first post in this thread:-

The ESC OFF button operates by sending a momentary 12V power supply to the ABS/ESC controller which trips the traction control off or on. All the button requires is any switched (powered on with ignition only) 12V supply & a connecting wire to the ABS/ESC controller. At the factory this is wired as a 12V supply coming from Fuse 34 (7.5A), in a Black/Yellow wire, to the switch (pin 10), & then a Purple/Green wire from the switch (pin 9) to the ABS/ESC controller going via pin5, connector T17d, at what VW call the “TIUL Coupling Point”.

So working back from the ABS unit:
pin 39 ABS unit to connector T17d pin 5..then from connector to pin 9 ESC switch...

Then pin 10 switch to a wire connected to fuse 34 (I used the EPB)


Percent expression. You are amazing l so happy now.

I understand right now.
Esc Button pin 10 - Fuse Unit pin 34 (T17 pin1)
Esc Button pin 9 - ABS Unit pin 39 (T17 pin5)


I will share the picture when I make the connect.
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Old 10-16-2017, 06:05 PM   #63
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Percent expression. You are amazing l so happy now.

I understand right now.
Esc Button pin 10 - Fuse Unit pin 34 (T17 pin1)
Esc Button pin 9 - ABS Unit pin 39 (T17 pin5)


I will share the picture when I make the connect.
NOOO!!

ESC button (pin 10) to the black yellow wire for the EPB which is on wire loom for Fuse 34. (or any other switched live)

ESC button (pin 9) to connector T17d pin 5 (female side), then from pin 5 connector T17d pin 5 (male side) to pin 39 ABS controller....

or go direct from pin 9 esc button to pin 39 ABS...... I had part of the wiring from factory to T17d connector which I why a used connector T17d
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Old 10-16-2017, 07:23 PM   #64
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NOOO!!

ESC button (pin 10) to the black yellow wire for the EPB which is on wire loom for Fuse 34. (or any other switched live)

ESC button (pin 9) to connector T17d pin 5 (female side), then from pin 5 connector T17d pin 5 (male side) to pin 39 ABS controller....

or go direct from pin 9 esc button to pin 39 ABS...... I had part of the wiring from factory to T17d connector which I why a used connector T17d


I'll go directly abs connector and fuse (live switch)

I wonder there is something else.
My can has a "Set" button and I don't know where to put it.
It there a document about set button.
I didn't wear TPMS, but I just want to se the tire setting when I press the set button.

Thank you again for answer.
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I'll go directly abs connector and fuse (live switch)

I wonder there is something else.
My can has a "Set" button and I don't know where to put it.
It there a document about set button.
I didn't wear TPMS, but I just want to se the tire setting when I press the set button.

Thank you again for answer.

SET button for TPMS wire as follows:-



TPMS SET button (pin 10) to the black yellow wire for the EPB which is on wire loom for Fuse 34. (or any other switched live)

TPMS SET button (pin 9) to connector T17d (female side), then from connector T17d pin (male side) to pin 41 ABS controller....

or go direct from pin 9 TPMS SET button to pin 41 ABS......

Factory use the T17d connector as a "break" in the main wiring looms...I wired mine into & out of this so as per factory....it is easier & cheaper to NOT use the connector T17d.


TPMS is on infotainment screen?...then this button is direct control...

My how to fit TPMS button:-

http://www.golfmk7.com/forums/showthread.php?t=26020
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Old 10-17-2017, 02:29 PM   #66
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SET button for TPMS wire as follows:-







TPMS SET button (pin 10) to the black yellow wire for the EPB which is on wire loom for Fuse 34. (or any other switched live)



TPMS SET button (pin 9) to connector T17d (female side), then from connector T17d pin (male side) to pin 41 ABS controller....



or go direct from pin 9 TPMS SET button to pin 41 ABS......



Factory use the T17d connector as a "break" in the main wiring looms...I wired mine into & out of this so as per factory....it is easier & cheaper to NOT use the connector T17d.





TPMS is on infotainment screen?...then this button is direct control...



My how to fit TPMS button:-



http://www.golfmk7.com/forums/showthread.php?t=26020


Perfect. You now, you are amazing

Thank you again.
I'll try it
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Old 10-19-2017, 09:39 PM   #67
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Perfect. You now, you are amazing

Thank you again.
I'll try it
Thanks....I just try to help & pass on useful information...
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Old 10-26-2017, 03:05 PM   #68
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I got this seller to sale the harness separately from the buttons. 16 bucks shipped is not bad. I'm still waiting to get mine in.

Volkswagen VW Golf 7 MODE Switch OFF Button Cable wire
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