The SKODA OCTAVIA features a decentralized convenience electronics system, which comprises the following base functions:
- Electric central locking with superlock and interior light control
- Electric window lifters with roll-back function
- Electric mirror adjustment.
The following are also integrated optionally
- Radio remote control
- Anti-theft alarm including interior monitor.
These convenience functions are interlinked by a CAN bus system which enables all of the systems to transfer data.
Comprehensive self-diagnosis assists service work.
Refer to the Workshop Manual for notes on inspection and servicing, setting and repair instructions.
- The Convenience Electronics System
- System Structure in the Vehicle
- The Driver’s Door as an Example of the Operating Principle of the Convenience Electronics
- Central Locking
- The Driver’s Door as an Example of the Function Diagram of Central Locking
- Electric Window Lifters
- Interior Light Control
- Radio Remote Control
- Mirror Adjustment, Mirror Heater
Central Control Unit
- Special Functions in the Event of a Crash
- Emergency Operation Functions
- System Behaviour in the Sleep Model
- Opening Versions of Central Locking
- Door Lock Electronics
- Door Lock with Microswitch
- The Rotary Tumbler Switch
CAN BUS Dictionary
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