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VCDS-Lite 1.1: A Free Diagnostic Software for Volkswagen, Audi, SEAT and Skoda Vehicles




If you own a Volkswagen, Audi, SEAT or Skoda vehicle that was manufactured before 2005, you may be interested in a free diagnostic software called VCDS-Lite 1.1. This software allows you to communicate with your car's onboard computer and perform various functions such as reading and clearing fault codes, viewing live data, coding and adapting modules, and more. In this article, we will explain what VCDS-Lite 1.1 is, how to download and install it, and how to use it with a compatible interface.


What is VCDS-Lite 1.1?




VCDS-Lite 1.1 is a simplified version of VCDS (VAG-COM Diagnostic System), a professional diagnostic software developed by Ross-Tech LLC for Volkswagen Group vehicles. VCDS-Lite 1.1 is compatible with older vehicles that use the KWP-1281 or KWP-2000 protocols, which are mostly found in cars made before 2005. VCDS-Lite 1.1 is a shareware software that can be used for free for non-commercial purposes, but requires registration and activation for full functionality.


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How to download and install VCDS-Lite 1.1?




To download VCDS-Lite 1.1, you need to visit the official website of Ross-Tech LLC and click on the "VCDS-Lite Download" link. You will be prompted to save a self-installing distribution file that contains the software and the drivers for the interface. Run the file and follow the instructions to install VCDS-Lite 1.1 on your PC's hard disk. You must install VCDS-Lite 1.1 on your PC's hard disk; it will not work properly if you try running it directly from a floppy or CD.


To install the drivers for the interface, you need to connect an appropriate interface between the computer and the car. Ross-Tech does not supply interfaces for VCDS-Lite; you need to use either an old interface from Ross-Tech or a third-party interface that supports the KWP-1281 or KWP-2000 protocols. You can find various interfaces online, such as the HEX-USB+CAN or the KKL VAG-COM 409.1 cable. Once you connect the interface, you need to select the correct communication port in the VCDS-Lite software and test if it can find the interface. You can watch some video tutorials on how to install VCDS-Lite and the drivers on Windows XP, Windows 7 and 8 on YouTube.


How to use VCDS-Lite 1.1?




To use VCDS-Lite 1.1, you need to turn on the car's ignition switch (no need to start the engine) and start the VCDS-Lite program on your PC. You will see a main screen with several options, such as Select Control Module, Auto-Scan, Measuring Blocks, Output Tests, Recode Module, Basic Settings, Adaptation, Login / Security Access, Readiness Code, Advanced ID, etc. Depending on what you want to do with your car, you can choose one of these options and follow the instructions on the screen.


For example, if you want to read and clear fault codes from your car's control modules, you can choose the Select Control Module option and then select one of the modules from the list (such as Engine, ABS Brakes, Airbag, etc). You will then see a screen with information about the module and two buttons: Fault Codes and Clear Codes. By clicking on Fault Codes, you can see a list of current and stored fault codes with their descriptions and status. By clicking on Clear Codes, you can erase all fault codes from the module.


If you want to view live data from your car's sensors and actuators, you can choose the Measuring Blocks option and then select one of the groups from the list (such as Engine Speed, Coolant Temperature, Throttle Position, etc). You will then see a screen with four values that correspond to the selected group. You can also graph these values or log them to a file for later analysis.


If you want to code or adapt your car's modules to change some settings or features, you can choose the Recode Module or Adaptation option and then select one of the modules from the list. You will then see a screen with the current coding or adaptation value of the module and a field where you can enter a new value. You need to know what each value means and how to calculate it before changing it, as incorrect coding or adaptation can cause problems with your car's functionality. You can find some guides and tips on how to code or adapt your car's modules on various forums and websites online.


Conclusion




VCDS-Lite 1.1 is a free diagnostic software that can help you diagnose and troubleshoot your Volkswagen, Audi, SEAT or Skoda vehicle that was made before 2005. It can read and clear fault codes, view live data, code and adapt modules, and more. To use VCDS-Lite 1.1, you need to download and install it on your PC's hard disk, connect an appropriate interface between the computer and the car, and select the desired option from the main screen. VCDS-Lite 1.1 is a shareware software that requires registration and activation for full functionality, but you can use it for free for non-commercial purposes.


We hope this article was helpful and informative. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below.


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