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How to program modules w/o WiTech

so is there a way to program/mate new replacement modules to the wk2 without using witech or a special diag system? I have heard you can do the following but im not sure how valid it is and if the steps are correct.

1 turn key to run position without starting
2 wait 12 seconds
3 turn key to off
4 turn key to on and wait 3 seconds


any and all help is greatly appreciated.

oh and this is for my flood project with 15+ modules being replaced from cluster(ccn) to dorr modules and air ride. thanks again

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Re: How to program modules w/o WiTech

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so is there a way to program/mate new replacement modules to the wk2 without using witech or a special diag system? I have heard you can do the following but im not sure how valid it is and if the steps are correct.

1 turn key to run position without starting
2 wait 12 seconds
3 turn key to off
4 turn key to on and wait 3 seconds


any and all help is greatly appreciated.

oh and this is for my flood project with 15+ modules being replaced from cluster(ccn) to dorr modules and air ride. thanks again
I don't know about that sequence. But I've seen sequences like that on different cars that would either display codes or clear them. But for actual programming I suspect it will need the real deal.
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Re: How to program modules w/o WiTech

That's pretty much the procedure that the Diablo Trinity tuner uses, except it rewrites part of the settings and then prompts you to perform each of those steps.

I'm not sure you can just plug in different modules without reflashing the chip (so that it knows about what has changed).
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