Open board, desolder 95320 chip and read chip. You cannot read this chip in circuit.
Solder 95320 chip to eeprom adapter and put adapter to xp400 or xp400pro programmer
Before desoldering the chip, put a dot on one corner and take a picture so you know exactly how it goes back on.
Select Write Key via Dump function
Select Passat- >Comfort module 95320 (ID48)- >One-touch processing
Reading EEPROM data
Detect key info
Select an unused key position and Make key
Save new key data
Write key succeed
If you’ve tried to read the chip in circuit or it’s failed read as a 48 chip, make sure you desolder and try reading it as a 46 chip if it fails to read as a 48 once desoldered.
If you can’t read it as a 48 chip, read it as a 46 chip.
If you have to read immo data as a 46 chip, come back out, manually make a 48 chip dealer key using the cs code you’ve extracted.
Resolder the 95320 chip back onto the board, put module back together and replace module.
Using a vag ignition force turn ignition on and program the slot in dash key using the pin code you also extracted.