How I used VCDS coding to improve the AC cooling in my Skoda Slavia

Earlier during day time if I had occupants, sometimes my dad would slide down the temperature all the way to 19 or lower. That’s no longer required.

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I recently found a fix for the AC cooling issues faced in the Skoda Slavia.

Was able to do this adaptation using VCDS that has improved the AC cooling especially the time taken to cool down the car. However too early to comment on performance in hot weather. It is an adaptation that controls how aggressive the cooling and blower must be. Default setting is moderate tuning and I changed it to cold tuning – more air.

I am happy to confirm that the chillness of the AC has improved vastly. Now with AC Set to 22 deg, the cabin still feels cold. Earlier during day time if I had occupants, sometimes my dad would slide down the temperature all the way to 19 or lower. That’s no longer required. Hopefully this would work well even during the summer months or until Skoda fixes this issue.

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