Why do you code a control unit

CODING - CCB tuning

What are the advantages for customers of having their vehicle coded?

Every automobile manufacturer offers its vehicles in different designs and equipment lines on the market. When ordering a vehicle, customers can choose from numerous functions, most of which are subject to a surcharge. Of course, the financial situation of the individual also plays an important role here. This means that vehicles with different equipment features get onto our roads.
Now the customer has the advantage of having various additional functions activated or deactivated afterwards. Here's an example. The buyer of a used car now has the option of activating the cornering light via the fog light, which the first owner did not order when purchasing for various reasons. A technical change from which you could profit financially when reselling it later. They bought their dream vehicle, but had to compromise that an automatic start-stop system, which is annoying for them, was installed. No problem! This function can be deactivated quickly and easily in most models.
Coding enables every vehicle owner to make changes or adjustments at any time.
   

What changes are possible?

Due to the different equipment packages of the automobile manufacturer with the extensive range of extras that are also available to the customer, it is possible that the same control units are not installed in every vehicle. On request, however, it can be determined on the customer vehicle which functions can be coded.


Does the manufacturer's guarantee expire after coding the control unit?

Since the control unit is not opened mechanically during coding and no third-party software is installed, the manufacturer's guarantee is retained. A function that is stored in the factory only becomes active or inactive.


Can the control unit be damaged during coding?

By using high quality hardware, software and experience, the control unit cannot be damaged during coding.


Can coding be reversed?

Codings can of course also be reversed. This option is particularly useful for vehicles that have been purchased under a leasing contract. The contractor is obliged to hand over the "goods" to the owner (dealer) without any technical changes.