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USB OBD2 OBD-II VAG KKL Cable for 409.1 Audi VW Skoda

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  • 1.This cable can not work if your car uses a protocol/bussystem like VPW, PWM or CAN-BUS
  • 2. Terminal K = Bus of communication.
  • 3. Terminal L = Ignition for waking up car computing system (ECU: Engine Control Unit)
  • 4. Existed 3 different protocols with same OBD2 connector incl. ISO/KWP, VPW, PMW
  • 5. This K/L Diagnostic interface & cables work on ISO/KWP (Key Word Protocol) launched after 1996 on
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 118 g
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  • ASIN: B001C1MNTM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 July 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)

Product Description

6. Supported also ISO9141 protocol 7.The Cables may work with some versions of the Carsoft, but carsoft used a lot of different interfaces during the different versions and also had some custom interfaces. Workable Model This diagnostic cable is usable for ISO9141 and KWP2000 transmission protocol like used for example by: Volkswagen,Audi,Skoda,Seat Free Softwares includs: Scantool,OBD Gauge by Dana Peters,OBD Logger by Jonathan Senkerik,OBD-II ScanMasterby Wladimir Gurskij, obd2crazy,OBD2 Scantool by Ivan,Andrewjeski,RDDTC by Pete Calinski,ScanTest by Ivan Ganev. Softwares Available to Purchase includes:Digimoto,PCMSCAN,ProScan,VAG-COM. Vehicle Coverage: Fit 1990-2004 VAG Car Makers Models CC Fuel Connector Type Fit or not? AUDI 80 ALL ALL 2x2 ? 100 ALL ALL 2x2 ? 200 ALL ALL 2x2 ? A2 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? A3(8P) ALL ALL 16 PINS X A3 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? A4(B7) ALL ALL 16 PINS X A4 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? A4 Cabriolet ALL ALL 16 PINS ? A6 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? A6(C6/4F) ALL ALL 16 PINS X A8/A8L(D3/4E) ALL ALL 16 PINS X A8 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Q7 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? S2 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? S3 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? TT ALL ALL 16 PINS ? SEAT Alhambra ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Altea ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Altea(5P) ALL ALL 16 PINS X Arosa ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Cordoba ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Ibiza ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Inca ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Leon MK1 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Leon MK2 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Leon(1P) ALL ALL 16 PINS X Toledo ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Toledo(5P) ALL ALL 16 PINS X SKODA Fabia ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Felicia ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Octavia Mk1 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Octavia MK2 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Octavia(1Z) ALL ALL 16 PINS X Superb ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Volksw Beetle ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Bora ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Caddy ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Caddy(2K) ALL ALL 16 PINS X Corrado ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Golf MK2 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Golf MK3 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Golf MK4 ALL ALL 16 PINS ? Golf MK5(1K) ALL ALL 16 PINS X Golf Plus(5M) ALL ALL 16 PIN.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tregoing on 3 Aug. 2012
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Using the VCDS-Lite software from Ross-Tech and this cable, I had no problems connecting to the on-board diagnostics (OBD2) port on my Golf IV GTI: I was able to obtain fault codes and clear them just fine. The VCDS software complains about latency if you test the connection (probably because its a non Ross-Tech cable) but that's about it. Money well spent.

You might need to know a few basic things about setting up COM ports on windows, but if you're going to have trouble doing that you probably shouldn't be tinkering with a car's ECU...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nick Charles on 7 Feb. 2015
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You really can't go wrong for the money, its a little bit complicated to set up but anyone considering using this device probably has the level of skill needed.

The cable comes with a CD and the CD has the necessary drivers and just running the USB driver installation file (usb driver.exe) had the drivers installed for the 32bit version of Windows 7 I have on my Netbook.

You can then either install the older version of VCDS-Lite that comes on the CD or download the latest version from Ross-Tech's web site (currently the latest version is VCDS-Lite 1.2).

Then plug the cable in, it takes a few moments for the driver software to install for the device and allocate it the all important com port needed for it to work. Now go to device manager and there should be an entry under the Ports (COM&LPT) heading something like USB-SERIAL CH340 (COMx) where x is the com port number you need to know to connect the software. You can also find the com port from the Advanced settings of the Port Setting tab of the devices's properties in Device manager.

Then find the ODB2 connection on your car and plug the cable into the car. (On my old VW polo you take out the ash tray to get to the connector). Now you can open up the Vag-Com VCDS-Lite software. The first page (Program Options) requires you to Select the com port number you have previously looked up (you could try all 4 one at a time until you get it to work) and press the test button to check its all OK. You can now Save these settings - only the com port is mandatory ignore the rest which takes you back to the main screen.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T Anderson on 26 July 2014
This cable will work with all VAG cars using OBDII if configured correctly.

Using the newest version of VCDS (NOT THE INCLUDED DISK) 12.12.2 on Windows 7/8 this cable will connect the the ECU correctly and allow you to perform all proprietary VAG-COM tasks (scanning individual control modules for example).

Personally I used this on a 2002 VW Golf GTi 1.9TDI PD150 (ARL engine).

I can't vouch for the included software but if you have a VAG car then the best way to go is with VCDS and there is no wonder that people can't get it to work when using the wrong software. Set up the com ports and install the recommended VCDS drivers.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By L. BROWN on 2 May 2012
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I brought this to re-map the ECU on a Triumph 955i Daytona motorcycle after fitting a racing exhaust system. Really easy and the difference was amazing. Apparently it will work with any Triumph. Just download the relevant map from the Triumph Torque web site, follow the instructions and jobs a good un
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. P. Hillier on 30 Jan. 2014
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My wife's 2002 9n POLO 1.4 had the engine warning light come on every few months thanks to an intermittent fault with the lamda sensor (the same one the previous owner had just had replaced before I bought it last year!). It was inconvenient taking it to the mechanic each time to clear the code and turn put the light. So I bought this cable and downloaded Vag com lite from ross Tech for free. It did the job.

I couldn't use the cd to install the driver for the cable but used windows updater to find it via the web. ONce this is intalled you need to use device manager in windows to select a free com port (needs to be COM 1 - 4). Then when you first run VAG COM LITE select the corresponding COM port in the options.

It didn't work first time with an error message when trying to scan the engine control module for faults but after sifting through the FAQs I found out that I just needed to adjust the start baud to 9600 and it worked a treat. no more light on the dash :-) well worth £6.50.
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It arrived a day late from Royal Mail even though the tracker indicated that it was out for delivery on the due date, set up instruction were very brief, it get it onto a machine i.e. install, but doesn't mention what you need to do to make it work successfully on your car, there are lots of ways to fail to scan, baud rate as one example.
Also what next steps if you wish to purchase the full version (essential) so you keep getting the message 'contact your software provider to enable these functions' etc.
It looks like a ripped off version of something more useful with no real grasp on the potential to make it function usefully, having scanned my car I wanted to clear the codes so that I can check for regular errors after test driving the car....clear codes is a full version function so pretty useless on its own, about the same as you average VW Deals workshop really which is why most people would want this product to get away from the overcharging ......'VehicleTechnicians' working in many garages these days. The hardware works once you blog the problems of Baud rate, Anti Virus etc it should be sold as a Taster version of something more complete and functional IMHO.
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