Multi-function steering wheel In the interior of the multi-function steering wheel, in addition to the horn, there are two button panels for activating frequently used functions. The left button panel serves the functions of the automatic proximity control (APC) with cruise control system (CCS). Infotainment system functions are operated using the right button panel. Left button cluster ● + CCS: Current speed increased in steps of 10 km/h ● SET: Stores current speed as a desired speed in steps of 1 km/h and activates the APC or CCS ● RESUME: Activates the APC or CCS at the most recently selected required speed ● - CCS: Reduces the desired speed in steps of 10 km/h ● CANCEL: Switches the APC or CCS to standby mode and stores the desired speed ● Rotary wheel: Adjusts the APC distance ● ON/OFF: Activates the APC or CCS after starting the engine On the side at the rear of the button module there is an additional button for switching off the button illumination. For further information on the functions of the left button panel and on the subject of automatic proximity control (APC) with cruise control system (CCS)please refer to Self-Study Programme 276 "The Phaeton Automatic Proximity Control". 52 The steering wheel buttons are connected to the control unit for steering column electronics which transmits data via the convenience CAN databus to the dash panel insert or the control unit, and the front display and control unit (CDC). The gateway in the dash panel insert manages the data interchange between the convenience CAN databus and the drive train CAN databus. The multi-function steering wheel is capable of self-diagnosis through the VAS 5051 Diagnostic Testing and Information System using address word 16. Right button panel ● + Vol: Increases the volume of all audio functions ● Car phone receiver, Initiates or terminates telephone connections ● Announces the most recent navigation information ● - Vol: Reduces the volume of all audio functions ● Menu selection: Swaps between onboard computer, car phone and Infotainment ● Press/rotate thumbwheel: Menu selection (by turning the thumbwheel) and selection conﬁrmation (by pressing the thumbwheel) ● ESC: Fades-in the previous display on the display in the dash panel insert or stops a procedure that is running S273_068 For further information on the functions of the right button panel and on the subject of "Infotainment“ please refer to Self-Study Programme 274 "The Phaeton - Infotainment System". On the side at the rear of the button module there is an additional button for switching off the steering wheel heating. 53 Sound system For the Phaeton there is a choice between the 8-channel standard sound system or the 12-channel Premium sound system (optional). The 8-channel sound system comprises ● 10 loudspeakers (190 W) and an analogue ampliﬁer Components and ﬁtting locations* The 12-channel sound system comprises: ● ● 12 loudspeakers (270 watts) and a digital ampliﬁer Tweeter, in the mirror triangle Woofer/mid-range, device carrier panel, front door Woofer, device carrier panel, front door Mid-range/tweeter, inner door actuation, front door (12-channel sound system only) Woofer, device carrier panel, rear door Mid-range/tweeter, inner door actuation, rear door 8-channel analogue or 12-channel digital ampliﬁer, on left in boot * The loudspeaker ﬁtting locations apply to both the left and right side of the vehicle. 54 S273_043 Ampliﬁer The 12-channel digital ampliﬁer offers the following extended range of functions compared with the analogue ampliﬁer: ● ● ● generate various room modes (pop, classical, jazz) and other effects (space, echo) optimised effect for each individual seat vehicle-speciﬁc settings (fabric/leather seats; right/left-hand drive models) Plug-in connections S273_124 J525 Digital sound package control unit Both types of ampliﬁer also generate the alert tones for the parking aid acoustic warning (also refer to the chapter entitled "Parking aid"). It is possible to identify whether an 8-channel analogue ampliﬁer or a 12-channel digital ampliﬁer is ﬁtted in the vehicle by the colours of the plug-in connections for the ampliﬁer: if they are grey and green, then it is an analogue ampliﬁer; digital ampliﬁers have black plug-in connections. Please refer to the current Workshop Manual for further information about the sound system. The sound system is capable of self-diagnosis through the VAS 5051 Diagnostic Testing and Information System using address word 47. 55 Sound system Car phone The ﬁxed-network car phone is ﬁtted in the front passenger's armrest. The car phone is operated by means of ● ● ● the receiver, the front control unit and central display and control unit (CDC) or Multi-function steering wheel The hands-free microphone ﬁtted on the driver's side in the roof module is used for transmission. Car phone in front passenger armrest S273_119 The car phone aerial (GSM) is integrated invisibly in the upper area of the rear window (also refer to the chapter entitled "Aerials". This means that aerials on the roof or bootlid are no longer necessary. Car phone aerial (GSM) S273_034 The car phone control unit is ﬁtted on the rear shelf in the boot. For further information on how to operate the car phone, please refer to Self-Study Programme 274 "The Phaeton - Infotainment System". 56 Car phone/ telematics control unit Rear shelf S273_032 Overview of car phone system Loudspeakers Loudspeakers Hands-free microphone in the front roof module J525 Digital sound package control unit J285 Dash panel insert (Gateway) J523 Front central display and control unit for information Fixed-network car phone Multi-function steering wheel J526 Car phone/telematics control unit Car phone aerial (GSM) S273_033 The car phone system is capable of self-diagnosis through the VAS 5051 Diagnostic Testing and Information System using address word 77. 57 Sound system Navigation system The CD player for the navigation system is ﬁtted in the glove box. To use the system, the navigation CD must be inserted in the player. The navigation CD player can also receive the Infotainment system CD. Or it can be used to display information, for example, in other languages. The navigation system is operated via the front central display and control unit (CDC), and also via the rear CDC if the car is equipped accordingly. A particularly large map section can be displayed in full screen mode on the 7" screen. R41 CD changer and J401 navigation system with CD drive control unit in the glove box Enter destination 22.5°C 92.1 MHz TP 21.0°C NAVIGATION Place of destination S273_036 Distance in km Store destination VOLKSWA Alt. route Full screen Display Section 39 Other SANDKAMP Map section in the CDC display Route guidance S273_039 The navigation aerial (GPS) is invisibly integrated under glass in the upper part of the rear window. Navigation aerial (GPS) The navigation system is capable of self-diagnosis through the VAS 5051 Diagnostic Testing and Information System using address word 37. 58 S273_034 Optical bus The front and rear information display and operating unit control units and the navigation control unit intercommunicate via an optical databus to display a digital map. J401 Navigation control unit with CD drive Optical ﬁbre bus (OF) Optical ﬁbre bus The control units are connected in a ring by means of an optical ﬁbre bus (OF). The optical ﬁbre bus must be handled with extreme care: ● ● ● ● do not kink or crush the optical ﬁbre cable, do not bend the FO cable at bending radii of less than 25 mm, do not remove the protective cap until just before installation, if the protective cap is missing, you may have to renew the optical ﬁbre cable. J523 Front information display and operating unit control unit S272_091 Optical ﬁbres Protective cap S273_127 S273_126 J 401 Navigation system control unit with connector for optical bus 59 Sound system CD changer The 6-disc CD changer is located next to the navigation computer in the glove box. At least one CD must be loaded in the CD changer to play an audio CD. When a CD slot is occupied, it is indicated by an illuminated LED above the relevant station button. S273_037 The CD changer is operated via the audio unit in the front central display and control unit (CDC). S273_038 TV tuner The TV tuner is ﬁtted on the right on the rear shelf in the boot. The TV aerials are invisibly integrated in the upper part of the rear window. For safety reasons, while the vehicle is travelling occupants only have access to sound and not to an image on the CDC screen. The TV function is operated via the audio unit in the front central display and control unit (CDC). 60 S273_128 Aerials The following aerials are ﬁtted invisibly in the upper border of the rear window: ● ● ● car phone aerial (GSM*) navigation aerial (GPS*) (combined in one housing), aerial module. GSM GPS aerial module. * GSM = Global System for Mobile communication GPS = Global Positioning System S273_034 The following are integrated into the aerial module: ● ● ● ● ● diversity aerial, aerial booster for the four radio aerials (FM 1-4, AM), four aerial boosters for the active TV aerials (1-4), Telestart aerial for the auxiliary heating (passive), passive aerial for remote central locking (RCL). GSM/GPS FM/TV4 FM/TV3 AM All aerial conductors are invisibly concealed in the upper area of the rear window. All aerial conductors are invisibly concealed in the upper area of the rear window. The car phone aerial (GSM) and the navigation aerial (GPS) are also ﬁtted in a module in the upper border of the rear window. However, it is not linked to the conductors in the rear window. Telestart FM/TV1 auxiliary heating FM/TV2 Connection in upper heater panel RCL each 165W Connection in lower heater panel S273_081 61 Seats The following front seat options are available: ● ● 12-way seat 18-way seat (optional). Depending on the type of equipment, both seat variants contain a wide range of functions such as ● ● ● ● ● seat adjustment memory functions seat ventilation and heating massage easy-entry function 12-way seat The 12-way seat offers the following options for electrical adjustment: 1 Longitudinal adjustment 2 Belt height adjustment 2 5 3 Backrest adjustment 3 4 Inclination adjustment 5 4-way lumbar support (up/down; front/back) 4 1 S273_078 62 12-way seat controls The seats are operated by means of buttons located on the side of the front seat. Belt height adjustment Memory buttons Storing the memory functions Lumbar support Seat adjustment Massage S273_118 12-way seat motors The adjacent ﬁgures provides an overview of the seat adjustment motors ﬁtted in the 12-way seat: 1 Motor for longitudinal adjustment 2 Motor for height adjustment 3 Motor for backrest adjustment 5 4 Motor for inclination adjustment 3 6 5 Motor for horizontal lumbar support 6 Motor for vertical lumbar support 7 Seat control unit for memory 2 7 4 1 S273_122 63 Seats 18-way seat (optional) 3 In addition to the functions on the 12-way seat, the 18-way front seats has the following functions: 1 1 electric recline adjustment 2 extendible seat cushion 3 head restraint adjustment All memory functions, the seat heater, ventilation and massage functions are contained in the 18-way seat. Non-perforated leather is available as an option for the seats; in this case, the seat ventilation function is not ﬁtted. 64 2 S273_079 18-way seat controls In addition to the seat adjustment functions available in a 12-way seat, the 18-way seat has an extendible seat cushion. Belt height adjustment Memory buttons Storing the memory functions Front/back electric recline adjustment and up/down head restraint adjustment Lumbar support massage Seat adjustment S273_120 Extendible seat cushion 18-way seat motors The adjacent ﬁgure provides an overview of the additional motors ﬁtted for seat adjustment in the 18-way seat: 1 1 Electric recline adjustment 3 2 Extendible seat cushion 3 Head restraint adjustment 4 Seat control unit for memory 2 4 S273_021 65 Seats Rear seats The rear seats may be supplied optionally as a single rear bench seat designed for three people or as individual seats for two people. Rear bench seat The rear bench seat is available in two equipment variants: ● ● Rear bench seat: with side airbags and manually adjustable head restraints (seat heater optional) Rear bench seat "plus": with electric 6-way lumbar support adjustment in the outer seats, ventilation, massage, seat heater, manually adjustable head restraints and seat occupancy detection (the head restraints rise automatically when the seat is occupied and the seat heater is enabled). The controls for the rear bench seat function are located on the side of the seats. Individual seats In addition to the rear bench seat functions, the two individual seats offer the following electrical 10-way auxiliary functions: ● ● ● ● extendible seat cushion, seat tilt, the height of the head restraints and adjustment of the 4-way lumbar support (up/down; front/back), memory function, Easy-Entry function (the seats move back 10 cm automatically when the door is opened) and seat occupancy detection (see above). The individual seats are only ﬁtted in combination with 18-way front seats. 66 Individual seats S273_130 Controls for adjusting the front passenger's seat The controls for the individual rear seats are located in the rear central console. In the version that has individual rear seats, it is possible to adjust the front passenger's seat from the rear compartment. This enables rear seat passengers to obtain more leg-room and makes it easier to exit the vehicle. S273_026 67 Seats Memory functions The following functions can be stored electrically using the memory functions (optional in 12-way seat, standard in 18-way seat): ● ● ● ● individual seat adjustments the position of the steering column with easy-entry function for the steering column the position of the seat belts (height adjustment) the settings for the interior and exterior mirrors In addition to the 12-way seat memory functions, the 18-way seat has electric adjustments for the head restraints, extendible seat cushion and the recline. System overview of memory functions Memory buttons 1, 2, 3 Front central display and control unit (CDC) Control unit for entry and start authorisation Central control unit for convenience system Steering column electronics control unit Seat adjustment (with memory) control unit, driver Roof electronics control unit Door control unit, driver's side Door control unit, front passenger's side Gateway in dash panel insert Front central display and control unit for information S273_022 68 Seat heater and ventilation The seat heater integrated in the seat works together with a fan to feed air at the right temperature evenly through the perforated leather via air ducts. The seat heater and storage of the memory position are regulated by the seat control unit. The required heater and ventilation positions are set by means of the seat heater potentiometer. If the driver's side seat heater is active, the steering wheel is heated simultaneously. If the onboard power supply is overloaded, the steering column heater and the seat heater and ventilation are switched off by the onboard power supply control unit. S273_116 Massage function (optional) The massage to relieve back muscles works mechanically through the 4-way lumbar support. Once it has been activated using the button on the seat, the lumbar support vibrates in all directions for 10 minutes. In addition, the horizontal lumbar support moves fully forwards. To adjust the intensity of the massage, the horizontal lumbar support can be moved back manually. The seat control unit assumes all the electric seat convenience functions, including entering information for all buttons and switches located on the seat. S273_027 69 Seats Easy-Entry function This function is activated by means of the switch on the steering column module, regardless of the user proﬁle. This moves the steering column electrically into the maximum upper and front position (park position) to allow the driver to enter and exit comfortably. When the ignition key is turned (Terminal 15 on), the steering column is returned to the stored position. While the engine is being started, the steering column movements are interrupted. Information relating to the switch is transmitted over the convenience CAN databus. When the ignition key is withdrawn, the current steering column position is stored and it returns to the park position. When the ignition key is switched on (Terminal 15 on), the steering column is returned to the last stored position. Enabling easy-entry Steering column electronics control unit Steering column adjustment motor Z Steering column adjustment motor Y Seat adjustment (with memory) control unit, driver Control unit for entry and start authorisation Hall senders Steering column position Z Hall senders Steering column position Y S273_024 For further information about the seats and their functions, please refer to SelfStudy Programme 270 "The Phaeton". 70 Adjusting the steering column The request to adjust the steering column is made via the convenience CAN databus and is processed by the driver's side seat memory. When a command is given to make an adjustment, the steering column is moved in the required direction until the request is reset or the soft stop is reached. S273_025 Detecting the position of the steering column and belt height The same function request is used to adjust the height of the belt as to adjust the seats. The command to adjust the steering column is sent to the convenience CAN databus and processed by the driver's seat memory. Steering column adjustment button +/- Z, +/- Y Steering column electronics control unit Steering column adjustment motor Z Steering column adjustment motor Y Seat adjustment (with memory) control unit, driver Hall senders Steering column position Z Hall senders Steering column position Y S273_023 The seats have self-diagnostic capability using the VAS 5051 Diagnostic Testing and Information System with the address words 06 (front passenger), 36 (driver) and 66 (rear). 71 Parking aid The parking aid is intended to assist the driver when manoeuvring. It is based on well-known ultrasound technology. The sensors are hardly visible and are ﬁtted in the bumper. The system has the following new features: ● ● ● ● six sensors at front and six at rear, obstacle detection on the left and right, display modules at the front and rear and visual and acoustic warnings. The acoustic signal is sent on the convenience CAN databus and received by the digital sound package control unit (DSP), processed and then played back over the loudspeaker. System overview 5 2 5 9 4 8 11 10 6 8 8 1 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Parking aid control unit Front sensors Rear sensors Parking aid button Front display module (for forwards travel) Rear display module (for reversing) Digital sound package control unit Loudspeaker Dash panel insert Entry and start authorisation switch Onboard power supply control unit 7 3 S273_014 72 Parking aid function The parking aid is activated automatically when the ignition is turned on. It can be deactivated manually using the button on the dash panel insert. The green segment in the display modules indicates that the system is ready. Parking aid button on the dash panel insert S273_117 Warnings in the module are indicated: ● ● ● ● visually between 130 cm and 50 cm by means of LEDs 2 to 4, visually and acoustically (slow intermittent tone) between 50 cm and 40 cm by means of LED 5, visually and acoustically (rapid intermittent tone)between 40 cm and 25 cm by means of LED 6, visually and acoustically (continuous tone) between 25 cm and 0 cm by means of LED 7. LEDs in the display module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S273_012 Detection ranges Tone frequencies are different at the front and at the rear. The system is active, when ● ● ● ● ● the ignition is on (Terminal 15 on), the speed is < 15 km/h, reverse or neutral gear was selected (system active at front and rear), the gate selector lever is in position “D” or “S“ (system active at front only) and a trailer is detected (system is deactivated at rear). The system is not active, when ● ● ● the speed is > 15 km/h, the handbrake is on (system is deactivated after 2 seconds), the gate selector lever is in position “P“. S273_011 73 Parking aid Overview of the parking aid 6 sensors in front bumper Front left display module Front right display module Parking aid control unit Parking aid button Loudspeakers Digital sound package control unit Rear module 6 sensors in rear bumper The parking aid is capable of selfdiagnosis through the VAS 5051 Diagnostic Testing and Information System using address word 76. 74 S273_010 75 Test your knowledge 1. In the convenience and safety electronics there are several control units networking with several CAN databus systems. Decide which control units communicate simultaneously with the convenience CAN databus and with the Infotainment CAN databus. a) Steering column electronics control unit b) Parking distance control unit c) Front information display and operating unit control unit d) Rear information display and operating unit control unit e) Entry and start authorisation relay 2. Which positions are there on the entry and start authorisation switch? a) Off b) On c) Zero d) Start e) Assistance driving light 3. How many exterior aerials are there in the convenience equipment of the systems for entry and start authorisation? a) 4 b) 6 c) 8 76 4. In which ways can the bootlid be closed hydraulically? a) The bootlid can be closed with the radio-wave remote control. b) The bootlid can be closed with the button in the bootlid. c) The bootlid can be closed with the switch on the inside of the driver's door. d) The bootlid can be closed with the exterior button in the VW emblem. 5. If there is a power failure, the bootlid can be opened... a) ...using the interior button in the bootlid... b) ...using the radio-wave remote control... c) ...using the emergency lock cylinder in the VW emblem in the bootlid... d) ...using the switch on the inner side of the driver's door. 6. Which statement about the windscreen wiper module is correct? a) The module comprises a single motor wiper system with wiper linkage. b) The module comprises a dual motor wiper system without wiper linkage. 77 Test your knowledge 7. Where is the GPS aerial ﬁtted invisibly? a) The GPS aerial is ﬁtted in the upper part of the rear window. b) The GPS aerial is ﬁtted in the bootlid. c) The GPS aerial is ﬁtted on the roof. 8. According to which principle do the parking aid sensors function? a) They are optical sensors. b) They use ultrasound. c) The sensors work with radar. 9. The parking aid warnings are indicated... a) ...visually b) ...by sense of touch c) ...acoustically. 78 79 Answers: 1. c, d 2. a, b, c, d 8. b 9. a, c. 3. b 4. a, b, c, d 5. c 6. b 7. a 273 For internal use only. © VOLKSWAGEN AG, Wolfsburg All rights reserved. Technical speciﬁcations subject to change without notice. 240.2810.92.20 Technical status: 03/02 ❀ This paper is produced from non-chlorine-bleached pulp.
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