If you search on here there are other discussions about it. As far as I know it cannot be disabled. Best suggestion I have, when you let go of the brake count to 3... hill hold releases in about 3 seconds.
I have only owned manual transmissions since 1987 or so, and I find this difficult. The only car I found more difficult to drive with a manual transmission was, I think, a Volvo V 40 rental car. Releasing the clutch pedal even a miniscule amount caused the clutch to lock up fully, RIGHT NOW.It's annoying. But might take about 3 weeks. That's how long it took for me to get comfortable with it. I stalled a shocking amount at first (I've owned MT cars exclusively for over 15 years). I still don't like it, but you'll get a sense for when it lets go after a while.
We've been hoping and praying but no solutions but patience, yet.No coding to remove it like on MK7?
Maybe these threads can shed some light and help you decode it? I diasbled hill hold assist!!Yeah I’ve been asked to look into this for a while now and unfortunately the only thing I can do currently is do auto hold. Unfortunately, I don’t have anything to compare with that doesn’t have hill hold so everything is in binary and it’s not that easy to decode binary to text.
No, it's different. It clamps the car in place regardless of letting out the clutch. It's just a fixed amount of time that seems to scale with the steepness of the incline, up to about 2-3 seconds.Is this hill hold the same as on mk7? If yes, i don't understand why it is the problem. On mk7, it lets go after a few seconds or if you release clutch and press gas pedal, basically of you start driving.
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I don’t live in a very hilly area but mine really seems like it let’s go when the clutch engages. Maybe a slight delay but I have never stalled it with hill assist.No, it's different. It clamps the car in place regardless of letting out the clutch. It's just a fixed amount of time that seems to scale with the steepness of the incline, up to about 2-3 seconds.