VAG VW Audi Skoda Seat VDO and Jonson Control cluster MQB key programming is available in Xhorse tools- VVDI Prog+ VVDI2 and VVDI Key Tool Plus. You should have MQB license activated on your machines.
Or read data with vvdi key tool plus and program key with key tool plus.
Add key and all keys lost all require to read immo data with vvdi prog/key tool plus first. AKL also requires sync data from third party.
Here is the demo guide on program VAG MQB48 key with vvdi prog and vvdi2.
There are 2 ways to read VAG MQB immo data by vvdi prog,
2 optins exist :
one is pin lift method the other is track cut method – might only be for that particular dashboard, probably not all will have track cut method.
Remove the instrument cluster.
Unscrew all screws and disassemble dashboard
Run VVDI Prog software, select 5-Dash->VW->MQB Lock (D70F35xx)
Method 1: Lift PIN diagram
following witing diagram to connect dash with vvdi prog via mcu v3 cable
Read immo data, the process takes about 3-5 minutes
Method 2: Cut Track Method
cut track must take off dials , needle, lcd, so is much hard to put it back clean and tidy
Method 2 requires opening the reverse side of the circuit board.
Cut the junction with a scalpel blade and magnifying glass
Then following wiring diagram to connect dash with vvdi prog via mcu v3 cable
A white feeder wire needs to be connected to the back of the circuit board
Read and save immo data
Connect the junction and reinstall dashboard. Remove to key programming step.
Program Key with VVDI2
Connect vvdi2 with laptop. Make sure network connection is enabled.
Run VVDI2 software
Select Key Learning-> MQB platform immobilizer->Dashboard- MQB48 VDO/JCI-NEC35xx LOCK
Select Decrypt IMMO Data
Upload MQB data just read by vvdi prog
VVDI2 will decrypt immo data online, calculating online in process.
Save decrypted immo data
Now you can add key with the immo data.
For all keys lost, contact 3rd party to get sync data as well.