How to program Audi 5th immo - Add key and all key lost programming?

What Audi model is equipped with 5th immo?

A4L after year 2009, all Q5, A6L after year 2012, A8 after year 2011.

What devices do we need to do Audi 5th immo programming?

VVDI2 + VVDI 5th immo update tool

Methods to program Audi 5th immo:

Method 1: program via OBD with disassembling

Step 1: read BCM2 data

Start VVDI2 software, go to: Audi > Key learn, select 5th immobilizer system. Choose read by OBDII, connect VVDI2 with OBD, click read BCM2 Data(OBDII), popup attention, if add key is insert working key into ignition and switch on before continue, if all key lost, open the headlight light, and step on the brake before continue. Here we do all key lost action. Open the headlight light, and step on the brake is to active ECM and start communication. Then click ok. After reading, save BCM2 file.

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Step 2: check key status. Click check key status.

Step 3: make dealer key.

Click make dealer key, choose A4L, A5, Q5 add key or lost key, click next. Load BCM2 data in step 1, put a new key to the coil of VVDI 5th immo update tool, click ok, start make key.

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Step 4: key learning

Prepare the keys you need to learn, enter the number value like 1, 2, 3…, then click “key learning “and “okay” to load ECM2 data in step 1, insert key to ignition, open the headlight, and step on the brake, then click “ok”, Insert one key to ignition and turn on to run the dashboard, dashboard shows 0-2, pull the key and insert again to run the dashboard, dashboard displays 1-2, pull out and insert another key to ignition and turn on to run the dashboard, dashboard shows 2-2, all keys successfully learned, click “okay”.

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Method 2: programming via disassemble BCM2

BCM2 data cannot be read from OBDII port for a small number of models. For example, A4L 3.0 four-wheel-drive, with 40, 45 and 50TFSI written on the back, may not be able to read BCM2 data. When you can't read BCM2 data from OBDII, you need to disassemble the BCM to read the data.

Step 1: disassemble BCM2 module (J393)

The BCM2 computer is located at the right rear of the car. After disassembling the BCM, start vvdi2 VAG software, go to: key learn > 5th immobilizer system, choose read by BDM programmer.

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Step 2: Connect BCM2

Connect VVDI 5th immo update tool with BCM2 as per connection diagram,

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Step 3: read BCM2 data

Click “read BCM2 data” and save the file.

Step 4: check key status.

Put one key to coil of VVDI 5th immo update tool, click “check key status”.

Step 5: make dealer key

Click make dealer key, choose A4L, A5, Q5 add key or lost key, click next. Load BCM2 data in step 3, put a new key to the coil of VVDI 5th immo update tool, click ok, start make key.

Step 6: key learning.

Assemble BCM2 back to car, go into car and connect VVDI2 and computer with OBDII port. Prepare the keys you need to learn, enter the number value like 1, 2, 3…, then click “key learning “and “okay” to load ECM2 data in step 1, insert key to ignition, open the headlight, and step on the brake, then click “ok”, Insert one key to ignition and turn on to run the dashboard, dashboard shows 0-2, pull the key and insert again to run the dashboard, dashboard displays 1-2, pull out and insert another key to ignition and turn on to run the dashboard, dashboard shows 2-2, all keys successfully learned, click “okay”.

 

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