How to change the in-board display language?

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    How to change the in-board display language?

    OK, I have been looking and can't seem to find it. I have a 2002.5 Passat with the usual in board display in the cluster. It is displaying in French and I want to switch it to English. I do have a Vag com. Can someone please help me? Thanks

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    -In vag-com choose [17 - Instruments]
    -Choose [Adaptation - 10]
    -Look for channel 04 and alter the value:

    1 = German
    2 = English
    3 = French
    4 = Italian
    5 = Spanish
    6 = Portugese
    7 = n/a
    8 = Czech

    -[Test] & [Save]

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    Good question. I want to change mine to french. "BOOT LID OPEN", WTF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dutch-mountains View Post
    -In vag-com choose [17 - Instruments]
    -Choose [Adaptation - 10]
    -Look for channel 04 and alter the value:

    1 = German
    2 = English
    3 = French
    4 = Italian
    5 = Spanish
    6 = Portugese
    7 = n/a
    8 = Czech

    -[Test] & [Save]
    WOW! Quick and easy. Thank you very much. Done and tested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roccodan View Post
    Good question. I want to change mine to french. "BOOT LID OPEN", WTF?
    As-tu une wagon? si oui ton hatch est mal fermé...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caroline View Post
    WOW! Quick and easy. Thank you very much. Done and tested.

    They know EVERYTHING on Passatworld!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Caroline View Post
    As-tu une wagon? si oui ton hatch est mal fermé...
    LOL. I gathered that the trunk was open. What's funny is the UK english such as the term "BOOT".

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    heh, it's called a boot, because of the older cars where it was in the front.
    they actually have somewhat of a back-torn-open boot shape to them.
    "trunk" is more american generated terminology brought forth, as this "boot" was in the rear of the vehicle.

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