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Okay, so in regards to the Roll Up/Down with Key. After checking the correct bit and byte, go into your MDI and make sure BOTH is selected. If not, only one side will roll down.
The problem with the 39 degrees is alarm, is some of us live in actual winterland with a garage.All ice forms at below 32F, black ice included. It CAN stay after the air warms up if the roadway is still below freezing. Being from Chicago it would be very useful to me to know when the temp falls below freezing. My driving aproach changes when its possible ice is around. I drive more slowly and carefully with a softer touch on the brakes and gas. WHen I'm driving to work in the morning and the sun isn't up yet, knowing when the outside temperature drops below freezing is useful. Being in the Seattle area temps can change radically with changes in altitude, which happen just driving around in the area. Just driving in to work last week the outside temp varied from 39 to below freezing and back over the 18 miles to work.
An alarm at 33 or 34 would be useful. THis is my first car with an outside temp indicator and I find it vey useful this time of year. I just find that bonging at 39 F to be so high that it becomes a nuisance alarm that gets ignored.
I just upgraded my HPFP in my mk6 Golf R. I was told by a shop that vag com could be used to set the car up for the upgraded pump. They are a custom tuning shop that doesn't use out of the box tunes. Is there any vag com modifications that can take place after an upgraded fuel pump is installed to take advantage of the extra fuel delivery? The car is already stage 2 with REVO. Has down pipe.
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No that's the tune itself that controls it.Since updating to the APR 2.4 file, I no longer have a rev limiter while in neutral (6MT). It used to be around 4k RPM and can now rev to redline. I actually liked it when it had the 4k limiter in neutral. Is there a VCDS setting to change that back?