How to Use VAG-CAN Commander 1.4 Full 64 bit for VAG Group Cars
VAG-CAN Commander 1.4 Full 64 bit is a powerful diagnostic tool that can perform various functions on VAG group cars, such as odometer correction, security access code reading, airbag error resetting, TV activation, immobilizer data reading and writing, EEPROM reading and writing, and more. In this article, we will show you how to install and use VAG-CAN Commander 1.4 Full 64 bit with a compatible diagnostic adapter.
Installation and Configuration
To use VAG-CAN Commander 1.4 Full 64 bit, you will need a diagnostic adapter that supports both K-line and CAN protocols, such as VAG COM 409.1 KKL USB, VAG-COM 409.1 COM port, or VAG K + CAN 1. You can download the software from our website or from the link below:
VAG-CAN Commander 1.4 Full 64 bit Download
After downloading the software, unzip it and run the setup.exe file to install it on your computer. You may need to disable your antivirus software and firewall before installation. Then, connect your diagnostic adapter to your computer and to the OBD2 port of your car. Make sure the ignition is on.
Next, open the Device Manager on your computer and check the port settings of your diagnostic adapter. You may need to change the baud rate to 9600 or 115200 depending on your adapter model. You can also check the COM port number of your adapter and make a note of it.
Finally, run the VAG-CAN Commander software from your desktop or start menu. You will see a window like this:
Select the COM port number of your adapter from the drop-down menu and click Connect. If everything is OK, you will see a message saying \"Connected\" at the bottom of the window.
Basic Diagnostic Functions
VAG-CAN Commander 1.4 Full 64 bit can perform basic diagnostic functions such as identification, coding, reading and erasing errors, adaptation, etc. To access these functions, click on the Diagnostic button on the main window. You will see a window like this:
Here you can select the control unit you want to diagnose from the list on the left side. For example, if you want to diagnose the engine control unit (ECU), select Engine (01). Then you can click on any of the buttons on the right side to perform different functions.
For example, if you click on Identification (ID), you will see a window like this:
Here you can see information about your ECU such as part number, software version, hardware number, etc.
If you click on Read Errors (DTC), you will see a window like this:
Here you can see any error codes stored in your ECU along with their descriptions and status. You can also clear them by clicking on Erase Errors (DTC).
If you click on Coding (COD), you will see a window like this: