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2009 Audi s5 manual evo-one with thar-audi blue led stays solid will not program

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2009 Audi s5 manual transmission, keyport and start/stop button with evo-one with thar-audi t harness. The blue led stays solid when the ignition is turned on with the keyport and I am unable to program. I have checked the yellow starter wire connection to the clutch bybass and the connection seems solid. The 12v to the juction box is getting a reading and good. The can high and low are also connected good. The connection for the vehicle is clipped together and the plug for the evo-one is connected as well. The 16pin is also plugged into the keyport.

When I plug the data cable in while holding the program button the led turns blue. I plug in all the other cables, insert the key, and press once WITHOUT pressing the brake. When I press and release the the program button the blue led remains on as if nothing has happened.

Any help please?
asked Jun 3, 2019 in Audi by Nathan Crim (180 points)

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What is the service number to the unit?
answered Jun 3, 2019 by derek ! (284,720 points)
selected Jun 4, 2019 by derek !
002B07 xxxxxx
You have not flashed the module. Its still at 4.18. Please flash the module and re attempt programming.
Ok, all good there. Updated and programming worked, decryptor for the key seems to work but when I press the lock 3 times nothing happens.
Verify options C1 and 38.2 are enabled.
Both are enabled. Service # 002b07 xxxxxx
Does the blue led flash with each lock press? If yes, what do the lights do after the 3 blue blinks?


Was the loop cut?
The 3 leds do nothing after the 3 blinks but the red led where the loop is is flashing. The loop is not cut as it is a manual transmission.

Have you enabled ready mode prior to trying to remote start?


Also if you are only using the OEm remote you will need to activate 33.2 for automatic reservation mode for manual transmission vehicles.



activating 33.2 did the trick! Thanks for all the help!