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    Help with car running like crap Audi S3 2001.

    Hi all, I have an Audi s3 2001, and its running like crap. Car is juddering like mad.

    Ive ran Vag-Com and got:-

    Address 01: Engine
    Controller: 8N0 906 018 J
    Component: 1.8L R4/5VT 0003
    Coding: 10710
    Shop #: WSC 01236
    WAUZZZ8LZ11003532 AUZ7Z0A1839575
    8 Faults Found:
    16502 - Engine Coolant Temp. Sensor (G62): Signal too High
    P0118 - 35-00 - -
    17545 - Fuel Trim: Bank 1 (Add): System too Rich
    P1137 - 35-10 - - - Intermittent
    16487 - Mass Air Flow Sensor (G70): Signal too High
    P0103 - 35-10 - - - Intermittent
    17705 - Pressure Drop between Turbo and Throttle Valve (check D.V.!)
    P1297 - 35-00 - -
    17963 - Charge Pressure: Maximum Limit Exceeded
    P1555 - 35-10 - - - Intermittent
    16684 - Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected
    P0300 - 35-00 - -
    16686 - Cylinder 2 Misfire Detected
    P0302 - 35-00 - -
    16688 - Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected
    P0304 - 35-00 - -
    Readiness: 0000 0000

    Replaced the MAF Sensor cleared the faults, and re run vagcom to get:-

    16487 - Mass Air Flow Sensor (G70): Signal too High
    P0103 - 35-10 - - - Intermittent.

    I've read various posts, saying log 003, 115, 118.
    A standard car should be 180 g/s and a mapped card 200 g/s

    Group A: '003
    Engine RPM Air Mass Flow Throttle Opening Ign. Timing
    TIME
    Marker STAMP /min g/s % °BTDC
    0 920 0 4.3 4.5
    1.17 880 0 4.3 12.8
    2.56 920 0 4.3 3
    3.77 880 0 3.9 12.8
    4.97 960 0 4.7 23.3
    6.29 1240 0 5.5 26.3
    7.69 1440 0 5.9 30
    8.99 1760 0 8.2 31.5
    10.32 2200 0 12.2 32.3
    11.52 3400 0 15.7 36.8
    12.73 4000 0 15.3 38.3
    13.93 3520 0 5.1 3.8
    15.23 1440 0 2.4 21.8
    16.54 880 0 3.5 23.3
    17.85 840 0 3.9 21
    19.07 3640 0 100 30.8
    20.36 2280 0 3.9 2.3
    21.58 3960 0 14.5 11.3
    23.08 1440 0 2.4 33.8
    24.38 880 0 3.1 24
    25.69 840 0 3.9 3
    26.89 840 0 3.9 3


    Group B: '115
    Engine Speed Load Cmd Pressure Press @ Intercool
    TIME
    STAMP /min % mbar mbar
    0.35 920 36.1 1010 1010
    1.65 920 36.1 1010 1010
    2.96 920 36.1 1010 1010
    4.17 880 36.1 1010 1010
    5.49 1040 33.8 1010 1010
    6.8 1320 33.1 1010 1010
    8.21 1520 36.1 1010 1010
    9.41 1920 35.3 1010 1010
    10.72 2600 45.9 1010 1010
    11.92 3680 40.6 1010 1090
    13.13 4120 36.1 1010 1090
    14.33 2800 13.5 1010 1040
    15.74 1080 23.3 1010 1020
    16.94 760 33.8 1010 1010
    18.25 1080 55.6 1010 1010
    19.56 3760 12.8 1010 1240
    20.76 1800 24.8 1010 1030
    22.08 3000 12.8 1010 1120
    23.58 1120 22.6 1010 1020
    24.78 800 30.8 1010 1010
    26.09 800 35.3 1010 1010
    27.31 840 35.3 1010 1010

    STAMP /min °C % mbar
    0.75 920 14 0 1010
    2.06 920 14 0 1010
    3.36 880 14 0 1010
    4.57 920 14 0 1010
    5.87 1120 14 0 1010
    7.18 1400 13 0 1010
    8.59 1640 13 0 1010
    9.92 2040 12 0 1010
    11.12 3040 12 0 1030
    12.32 3880 11 0 1090
    13.53 4160 10 0 1090
    14.73 2080 11 0 1040
    16.14 960 12 0 1010
    17.36 800 13 0 1010
    18.67 2120 14 17.6 1000
    19.96 3000 10 0 1090
    21.18 2600 12 94.5 1010
    22.59 2120 9 0 1060
    23.98 1000 12 0 1020
    25.19 800 12 0 1010
    26.49 800 12 0 1010
    27.8 840 12 0 1010


    Can any one tell me what it is?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Coilpack... probably.
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    Is the maf sensor a genuine one? Has none of the other codes come back?
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    Yes mate from eurocarparts and yes no other codes come back as yet.

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    Help with car running like crap Audi S3 2001.

    I got a MAF for my a3 from Audi specialists and it wasn't a genuine part so I would double check.

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    If its not bosch then its not oem. Also it may be faulty, try and find someone local with a working one to swap with.
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    in block 003, its showing no airflow.. that suggests the MAF is is faulty, not plugged in or maybe has a wiring fault? N75 duty is non existent apart from a couple of blips...

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    Well it's plugged in, we're does this wire run to? Would it likely come loose at that end? The maf sensor wasn't changed that long back and it's been sat for over 12 month un used since I put the car back on the road it's been nothing but trouble different electronic bits going. Is there any way to test them? Also is it not likely to be the n75?

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    Could be a wiring fault although that normally shows up as an open circuit fault code or similar...

    Wiring goes back to the ECU...

    As for the N75, fix one issue at a time tbh... once you are getting airflow showing on block 003 for example then at least you know the MAF is working...

    Unusual for electrical faults the not throw a fault code... maybe its in limp mode and not using the MAF... not an issue I have seen as yet so tricky to know what to advise...

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    have you tried swapping coil pack 1 with 2 to see if thew misfire moves? if so then its a coil pack, that would explain the fuel trim codes
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    Has it had Mice living in it chewing the wiring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by <tuffty/> View Post
    Could be a wiring fault although that normally shows up as an open circuit fault code or similar...

    Wiring goes back to the ECU...

    As for the N75, fix one issue at a time tbh... once you are getting airflow showing on block 003 for example then at least you know the MAF is working...

    Unusual for electrical faults the not throw a fault code... maybe its in limp mode and not using the MAF... not an issue I have seen as yet so tricky to know what to advise...

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    how do I get it out of limp mode?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil miller View Post
    have you tried swapping coil pack 1 with 2 to see if thew misfire moves? if so then its a coil pack, that would explain the fuel trim codes
    shall try this tomorrow, but these codes haven't returned

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen.heinz guderian View Post
    Has it had Mice living in it chewing the wiring?
    I hope not lol

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    One thing I did notice when trying it disconnected it made no difference, but when I plugged it back in it was if it tried to cut out but didn't. So would you take this maf sensor back and get them to swap it? If that don't cure it trace the wire back to the ecu? Does this wire have its own plug going into the ecu or is it part of one connector being used for multiple runs?


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    Took the MAF back for exchange and installed it, car still running crap juddering the same.
    But the:-16487 - Mass Air Flow Sensor (G70): Signal too High
    P0103 - 35-10 - - - Intermittent.
    Fault has cleared in fact there are no faults found.

    I did a log of 3, 115, and 116 by error instead of 118 but if its needed i can rerun.

    Group A: '003
    Engine RPM Air Mass Flow Throttle Opening Ign. Timing
    TIME
    Marker STAMP /min g/s % °BTDC
    0.82 0 0 6.7 0
    2.02 0 0 6.7 0
    3.23 0 0 6.7 0
    4.64 160 2.56 13.3 7.5
    5.84 1440 9.89 8.6 3.8
    7.15 1280 8.81 7.5 8.3
    8.37 1280 8.72 7.5 11.3
    9.57 1240 8 7.1 26.3
    10.77 1240 7.81 7.1 15
    11.98 1280 7.81 7.1 12
    13.28 1240 7.72 6.7 11.3
    14.59 1400 9.78 8.2 30.8
    15.81 1760 11.44 9 33
    17.2 2040 14.89 11 33.8
    18.52 2560 18.17 12.5 36.8
    19.72 3040 36.19 20.8 36
    20.94 4520 43.64 20.4 37.5
    22.24 2760 4.67 5.1 10.5
    23.45 1440 8.83 7.8 4.5
    24.75 1240 7.97 7.5 5.3
    25.95 1240 8.17 7.1 8.3
    27.26 1200 8.17 7.1 7.5
    28.46 1600 10.11 9 32.3
    29.79 2080 14.06 10.2 34.5
    31.1 2600 22.5 14.1 36
    32.3 3600 44.72 22.7 36.8
    33.71 6280 1.06 6.7 27.8
    35.11 3080 7.58 7.1 6.8
    36.31 1600 6.78 6.3 32.3
    37.63 1160 7.06 6.3 26.3
    38.94 1200 7.22 6.3 9


    Group B: '115
    Engine Speed Load Cmd Pressure Press @ Intercool
    TIME
    STAMP /min % mbar mbar
    0 0 100 1010 1010
    1.22 0 100 1010 1010
    2.42 0 100 1010 1010
    3.73 0 100 1010 1010
    5.04 720 71.4 1010 1010
    6.25 1320 36.8 1010 1010
    7.55 1280 33.8 1010 1010
    8.77 1280 33.1 1010 1010
    9.97 1280 32.3 1010 1010
    11.17 1240 32.3 1010 1010
    12.38 1240 31.6 1010 1010
    13.79 1280 33.1 1010 1010
    15.01 1520 35.3 1010 1010
    16.2 1800 33.1 1010 1010
    17.61 2240 40.6 1010 1010
    18.92 2680 35.3 1010 1020
    20.12 3680 60.9 1010 1080
    21.34 4680 27.8 1010 1270
    22.64 2040 14.3 1010 1030
    23.95 1280 32.3 1010 1020
    25.15 1200 34.6 1010 1010
    26.35 1240 33.8 1010 1010
    27.66 1240 34.6 1010 1010
    28.87 1840 39.1 1010 1010
    30.19 2200 35.3 1010 1010
    31.5 2920 41.4 1010 1030
    32.7 4200 60.9 1010 1200
    34.11 5240 13.5 1010 1160
    35.51 2400 13.5 1010 1030
    36.73 1440 24.1 1010 1010
    38.03 1160 30.1 1010 1010


    Group C: '116
    Engine Speed Fuel Correction Lambda Air Temp Corr
    TIME
    STAMP /min % % %
    0.4 0 0 0 0
    1.62 0 0 0 0
    2.82 0 0 0 0
    4.22 0 0 0 0
    5.44 1520 0 0 0
    6.75 1280 0 0 0
    7.95 1280 0 0 0
    9.15 1280 0 0 0
    10.37 1280 0 0 0
    11.57 1280 0 0 0
    12.88 1280 0 0 0
    14.19 1360 0 0 0
    15.41 1680 0 0 0
    16.72 1800 0 0 0
    18.12 2520 0 0 0
    19.32 2720 0 0 0
    20.54 4200 0 0 0
    21.74 3720 0 0 0
    23.05 1640 0 0 0
    24.35 1240 0 0 0
    25.56 1240 0 0 0
    26.76 1240 0 0 0
    28.08 1400 0 0 0
    29.37 2040 0 0 0
    30.59 2360 0 0 0
    31.9 3120 0 0 0
    33.21 5600 0 0 0
    34.62 4040 0 0 0
    35.91 1840 0 0 0
    37.23 1240 0 0 0
    38.44 1200 0 0 0


    That was just the car on the drive, but the air flow reading something but these reading seem way to low??

    Is it worth taking the car for a drive then re run vag com?

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    drive the thing if it will drive at all

    just revving it shows shag all. no load.. so no requested boost etc..

    you at least have some readings on airflow now.

    016 will show you misfires if its recording them, 031 will show fueling, 115 requested/actual boost, 118 actual boost n75% duty cycle, 020 timing corrections, 002 airflow and injector ms, 003 airflow and ign timing, 001 lambda adjust

    If its popping and misfiring look for misfire counter going up, and 031 fueling going >1.000 when on the throttle = lean misfire

    see what 001 says when warmed up, and what block 032 adjusts to.. DONT RESET faultcodes if you want to see it learn new values, as that resets the learnt adaptions and is has to start over.
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    Just took it round the block a few times to see if it was any better/I felt confident enough it would get me home if I nipped out to do some logs.

    Its still just as bad so came back, run vag-com and the below errors have come back.

    VCDS-Lite Version: Release 1.2
    Sunday, 24 February 2013, 17:46:41:0




    Chassis Type: 8L - Audi A3/S3
    Scan: 01,02,03,08,15,16,17,22,35,37,45,55,56,57,75,76

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    Address 01: Engine Labels: Redir Fail!
    Controller: 8N0 906 018 J
    Component: 1.8L R4/5VT 0003
    Coding: 10710
    Shop #: WSC 01236
    VCID: 3803ABE30B4B
    WAUZZZ8LZ11003532 AUZ7Z0A1839575
    3 Faults Found:
    16684 - Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected
    P0300 - 35-00 - -
    16686 - Cylinder 2: Misfire Detected
    P0302 - 35-00 - -
    16502 - Engine Coolant Temp. Sensor (G62): Signal too High
    P0118 - 35-00 - -
    Readiness: 0110 0101


    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 03: ABS Brakes Labels: None
    Controller: 8N0 907 379 E
    Component: ESP 20 CAN V005
    Coding: 18448
    Shop #: WSC 01236
    VCID: 3E0FBDFB296F
    No fault code found.


    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 08: Auto HVAC Labels: None
    Controller: 8L0 820 0 
    VCID: AD2D0AB77409
    Note: Excessive Comm Errors


    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 15: Airbags Labels: 8L0-959-655-AI8.LBL
    Controller: 8L0 959 655 J
    Component: Airbag Front+Seite 5008
    Coding: 01104
    Shop #: WSC 01236
    VCID: 45FDD2174CB9
    No fault code found.


    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 17: Instruments Labels: 8L0-920-xxx-17.LBL
    Controller: 8L0 920 980 L
    Component: AB-KOMBIINSTR. VDO D12
    Coding: 01444
    Shop #: WSC 19411
    VCID: 3C0BB7F33F73
    WAUZZZ8LZ11003532 AUZ7Z0A1839575
    No fault code found.


    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 22: AWD Labels: 02D-900-554.LBL
    Controller: 02D 900 554 B
    Component: HALDEX LSC ECC 0006
    VCID: 1F31607F8EA5
    No fault code found.


    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 35: Centr. Locks Labels: 8D0-862-257.LBL
    Controller: 8D0 862 257 E
    Component: CV-Pump, Alarm, RC D17
    Coding: 15179
    Shop #: WSC 01236
    VCID: 2F1190BFFE05
    9 Faults Found:
    01367 - Central Locking Pump Run Time Exceeded (Likely Leak)
    35-00 - -
    01371 - Alarm triggered by Door Contact Switch; Driver's Side
    35-00 - -
    01374 - Alarm triggered by Terminal 15
    35-00 - -
    01370 - Alarm triggered by Interior Monitoring
    35-00 - -
    01369 - Alarm triggered by Hood Switch
    35-00 - -
    01368 - Alarm triggered by Luggage Compartment Switch
    35-00 - -
    01365 - Lock/Unlock Switch; Interior
    29-00 - Short to Ground
    00955 - Key 1
    09-00 - Adaptation Limit Surpassed
    00956 - Key 2
    09-00 - Adaptation Limit Surpassed


    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 45: Inter. Monitor Labels: 4B0-951-173.LBL
    Controller: 4B0 951 173
    Component: Innenraumueberw. D03
    Coding: 00001
    Shop #: WSC 00000
    VCID: E0B3A383735B
    No fault code found.


    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 55: Xenon Range Labels: 4B0-907-357-AUT.LBL
    Controller: 4B0 907 357
    Component: LEUCHTWEITEREGLER D004
    Coding: 00014
    Shop #: WSC 01236
    VCID: E5BDB2976C79
    No fault code found.


    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 56: Radio Labels: 8D0-035-1xx-56.LBL
    Controller: 8L0 035 186 A
    Component: Radio D05
    Coding: 00013
    Shop #: WSC 01236
    VCID: 2C2B87B3CF13
    No fault code found.


    End --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    VCDS-Lite Version: Release 1.2
    Sunday, 24 February 2013, 17:46:41:0




    Chassis Type: 8L - Audi A3/S3
    Scan: 01,02,03,08,15,16,17,22,35,37,45,55,56,57,75,76

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Address 01: Engine Labels: Redir Fail!
    Controller: 8N0 906 018 J
    Component: 1.8L R4/5VT 0003
    Coding: 10710
    Shop #: WSC 01236
    VCID: 3803ABE30B4B
    WAUZZZ8LZ11003532 AUZ7Z0A1839575
    3 Faults Found:
    16684 - Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected
    P0300 - 35-00 - -
    16686 - Cylinder 2: Misfire Detected
    P0302 - 35-00 - -
    16502 - Engine Coolant Temp. Sensor (G62): Signal too High
    P0118 - 35-00 - -
    Readiness: 0110 0101

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    Map sensor I say.

    Go put coil pack 2 on cylinder 3 and go out again, that will eliminate or confirm a coil pack issue.
    I quite often say I'm going to do things.

    Then never do them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16Klappe View Post
    Map sensor I say.

    Go put coil pack 2 on cylinder 3 and go out again, that will eliminate or confirm a coil pack issue.
    which is cylinder 2? second from the right swapped with third from right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaunf84 View Post
    which is cylinder 2? second from the right swapped with third from right?
    Cambelt side is 1 and air filter side is four (in basic terms).
    I quite often say I'm going to do things.

    Then never do them.

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    Just swapped them over and been been back out, now its showing:-

    3 Faults Found:
    16684 - Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected
    P0300 - 35-00 - -
    16686 - Cylinder 3: Misfire Detected
    P0302 - 35-00 - -
    16502 - Engine Coolant Temp. Sensor (G62): Signal too High
    P0118 - 35-00 - -
    Readiness: 0110 0101

    So its swapped over. I also logged 16, 31, 115

    Group A: '016
    Count Bin. Bits Bin. Bits
    TIME
    Marker STAMP
    0.4 0 Enabled
    1.71 0 Enabled
    3.12 0 Enabled
    4.33 0 Enabled
    5.53 0 Enabled
    6.84 0 Enabled
    8.15 0 Enabled
    9.35 0 Enabled
    10.76 0 Enabled
    12.07 0 Disabled
    13.27 0 Disabled
    14.49 0 Disabled
    15.8 0 Disabled
    17.09 0 Disabled
    18.4 0 Enabled
    19.62 0 Enabled
    20.91 0 Enabled
    22.13 0 Enabled
    23.44 0 Disabled
    24.74 0 Disabled
    26.05 0 Disabled
    27.34 0 Disabled
    28.67 0 Disabled
    29.97 0 Disabled
    31.28 0 Disabled
    32.48 0 Disabled
    33.69 0 Disabled
    34.99 0 Disabled
    36.31 0 Disabled
    37.61 0 Enabled
    38.82 0 Enabled
    40.02 0 Enabled
    41.24 0 Enabled
    42.44 0 Enabled
    43.75 0 Enabled
    44.96 0 Disabled
    46.16 0 Disabled
    47.38 0 Disabled
    48.58 0 Disabled
    49.79 0 Disabled
    51.09 0 Disabled
    52.38 0 Disabled
    53.62 0 Disabled
    54.91 0 Disabled
    56.22 0 Enabled
    57.42 0 Enabled
    58.73 0 Enabled
    60.04 0 Enabled
    61.26 0 Disabled
    62.46 0 Disabled
    63.85 0 Disabled
    65.07 0 Disabled
    66.27 0 Disabled
    67.58 0 Disabled
    68.79 0 Enabled
    70.01 0 Enabled
    71.41 0 Enabled
    72.71 0 Enabled
    74.02 0 Enabled
    75.32 0 Disabled
    76.53 0 Disabled
    77.84 0 Disabled
    79.06 0 Disabled
    80.35 0 Disabled
    81.55 0 Disabled
    82.86 0 Disabled
    84.08 0 Disabled
    85.28 0 Disabled
    86.49 0 Enabled
    87.71 0 Enabled
    89.12 0 Disabled
    90.31 0 Enabled
    91.53 0 Enabled
    92.94 0 Disabled
    94.14 0 Enabled
    95.34 0 Disabled
    96.65 0 Disabled
    97.96 0 Disabled
    99.16 0 Disabled
    100.56 0 Disabled
    101.78 0 Disabled
    102.98 0 Disabled
    104.29 0 Enabled
    105.49 0 Enabled
    106.7 0 Enabled
    108 0 Enabled
    109.23 0 Enabled
    110.43 0 Disabled
    111.74 0 Disabled
    112.94 0 Disabled
    114.14 0 Disabled
    115.45 0 Disabled
    116.65 0 Disabled
    117.96 0 Disabled
    119.27 0 Disabled
    120.49 0 Disabled
    121.88 0 Enabled
    123.11 0 Enabled
    124.29 0 Enabled
    125.72 0 Enabled
    126.93 0 Enabled
    128.23 0 Disabled
    129.44 0 Disabled
    130.75 0 Disabled
    132.15 0 Disabled
    133.35 0 Disabled
    134.56 0 Disabled
    135.87 0 Disabled
    137.07 0 Disabled
    138.29 0 Enabled
    139.58 0 Enabled
    140.8 0 Enabled
    142.22 0 Enabled
    143.42 0 Enabled
    144.62 0 Disabled
    145.93 0 Disabled
    147.45 0 Disabled
    148.74 0 Disabled
    150.04 0 Disabled
    151.35 0 Disabled
    152.57 0 Disabled
    153.78 0 Enabled
    154.98 0 Enabled
    156.29 0 Enabled
    157.51 0 Disabled
    158.8 0 Enabled
    160.02 0 Enabled
    161.22 0 Disabled
    162.53 0 Disabled
    163.73 0 Disabled
    165.04 0 Disabled
    166.33 0 Disabled
    167.55 0 Disabled
    168.77 0 Disabled
    170.06 0 Disabled
    171.28 0 Disabled
    172.49 0 Enabled
    173.79 0 Enabled
    175.1 0 Enabled
    176.31 0 Enabled
    177.61 0 Enabled
    178.82 0 Enabled
    180.02 0 Enabled
    181.24 0 Disabled
    182.53 0 Disabled
    183.73 0 Disabled
    185.06 0 Disabled
    186.37 0 Disabled
    187.67 0 Enabled
    188.88 0 Enabled
    190.19 0 Disabled
    191.49 0 Disabled
    192.7 0 Disabled
    194.01 0 Disabled
    195.31 0 Disabled
    196.6 0 Disabled
    197.84 0 Disabled
    199.13 0 Disabled
    200.33 0 Disabled
    201.64 0 Enabled
    202.95 0 Enabled
    204.15 0 Enabled
    205.37 0 Enabled
    206.57 0 Enabled
    207.78 0 Enabled
    208.98 0 Disabled
    210.2 0 Enabled
    211.4 0 Enabled
    212.61 0 Disabled
    213.81 0 Enabled
    215.01 0 Enabled
    216.34 0 Disabled
    217.54 0 Disabled
    218.75 0 Disabled
    220.06 0 Disabled
    221.36 0 Disabled
    222.65 0 Disabled
    223.96 0 Disabled
    225.18 0 Disabled
    226.4 0 Enabled
    227.6 0 Disabled
    228.89 0 Disabled
    230.11 0 Disabled
    231.42 0 Enabled
    232.62 0 Enabled
    233.93 0 Enabled
    235.13 0 Enabled
    236.34 0 Enabled
    237.54 0 Enabled

    Group B: '031
    Lambda Factor Lambda Factor Bin. Bits Bin. Bits
    TIME
    STAMP
    0.81 0.984 0.945
    2.22 1.047 0.953
    3.52 1.078 0.953
    4.73 1.062 0.953
    6.03 0.906 0.961
    7.34 0.961 0.961
    8.55 0.945 0.945
    9.87 0.969 0.945
    11.26 1.023 0.977
    12.47 0.883 1.047
    13.67 1.991 1.047
    14.98 1.991 0.945
    16.29 0.992 0.945
    17.59 0.953 0.953
    18.8 0.945 0.977
    20.12 1.008 0.984
    21.33 0.969 0.977
    22.63 1.031 0.945
    23.92 1.991 1.047
    25.15 1.991 1.047
    26.45 1.991 1.047
    27.74 1.991 1.047
    29.07 1.086 0.945
    30.38 1.055 0.945
    31.68 1.031 0.945
    32.88 1.991 1.047
    34.09 1.991 0.969
    35.39 0.938 0.977
    36.81 1.062 0.992
    38.02 1.101 0.992
    39.22 1.047 0.992
    40.44 1.062 0.992
    41.64 1.062 0.992
    42.85 1.055 0.992
    44.15 0.867 0.977
    45.36 1.991 1.047
    46.56 1.991 1.047
    47.78 1.991 1.047
    48.98 1.991 1.047
    50.27 1.991 1.047
    51.49 1.991 1.047
    52.8 1.991 0.945
    54.1 1.008 0.945
    55.31 1.055 0.961
    56.62 1.031 0.977
    57.84 0.969 0.938
    59.13 0.867 0.875
    60.44 0.75 0.953
    61.66 1 0.945
    62.86 0.821 1.047
    64.27 1.991 1.047
    65.46 1.842 0.984
    66.68 1.125 0.961
    67.98 0.992 0.984
    69.19 1.062 0.992
    70.5 1.031 0.992
    71.91 1.078 0.992
    73.12 0.945 0.945
    74.42 0.828 0.969
    75.73 0.961 0.906
    76.95 0.945 0.93
    78.24 0.992 1.047
    79.46 1.991 1.047
    80.75 1.991 1.047
    81.97 1.788 0.945
    83.26 1.023 0.945
    84.48 1.055 0.945
    85.7 1.039 0.953
    86.89 1.086 0.992
    88.2 1.062 0.992
    89.52 1.07 0.992
    90.71 0.953 0.914
    91.93 0.75 0.969
    93.34 0.961 0.891
    94.54 0.75 0.961
    95.75 1.991 1.047
    97.05 1.991 1.047
    98.36 1.991 1.047
    99.56 1.991 0.945
    100.96 1.125 0.945
    102.18 0.961 0.945
    103.38 0.984 0.945
    104.69 1.039 0.992
    105.89 1.062 0.992
    107.12 1.047 0.992
    108.42 1.039 0.992
    109.62 0.922 0.938
    110.83 0.953 0.984
    112.14 0.922 0.93
    113.34 0.828 0.961
    114.65 1.991 1.047
    115.85 1.991 1.047
    117.07 1.991 1.047
    118.47 1.608 0.945
    119.67 1.055 0.945
    120.89 1.047 0.945
    122.3 1.008 0.992
    123.51 1.062 0.992
    124.71 1.047 0.992
    126.12 1.039 0.992
    127.33 0.914 0.961
    128.63 0.953 0.922
    129.84 0.766 0.969
    131.23 1.991 1.047
    132.55 1.991 1.047
    133.76 1.944 0.945
    134.98 1.008 0.945
    136.27 1.031 0.945
    137.47 0.961 0.984
    138.78 1.039 0.992
    140 1.039 0.992
    141.21 1.023 0.992
    142.62 1 0.992
    143.82 1.062 0.992
    145.03 0.969 0.922
    146.44 0.774 0.969
    147.83 1.991 1.047
    149.14 1.991 1.047
    150.46 1.991 0.945
    151.77 1.101 0.945
    152.97 1.016 0.945
    154.18 1.008 0.953
    155.38 1.039 0.992
    156.69 1.039 0.992
    158 1.023 0.992
    159.2 0.914 0.969
    160.42 0.914 0.969
    161.62 0.922 0.969
    162.93 1.991 1.047
    164.13 1.991 1.047
    165.53 1.991 1.047
    166.75 1.991 1.047
    167.95 1.952 0.945
    169.15 1.023 0.945
    170.46 0.961 0.945
    171.68 1.016 0.992
    172.97 1.055 0.992
    174.2 1.086 0.992
    175.5 0.961 0.992
    176.81 1.039 0.992
    178.02 1.023 0.992
    179.22 0.922 0.992
    180.44 1.008 0.984
    181.64 0.961 0.969
    182.93 1.991 0.984
    184.15 1.312 0.977
    185.44 0.922 0.984
    186.87 1.008 0.992
    188.07 1.023 0.992
    189.28 1.016 0.977
    190.69 0.93 1.047
    191.9 0.992 0.992
    193.1 0.969 0.992
    194.41 0.922 1.047
    195.73 1.991 0.969
    197.02 1.14 0.992
    198.32 1.109 0.992
    199.53 1 0.992
    200.73 1.133 0.992
    202.06 0.977 0.992
    203.35 1.016 0.992
    204.55 0.969 0.992
    205.77 1.008 0.992
    206.97 1.055 0.992
    208.18 1 1.047
    209.38 1.226 0.992
    210.6 1.07 0.992
    211.8 0.922 0.992
    213.01 1.047 0.992
    214.21 0.899 0.992
    215.43 0.93 0.992
    216.72 1 0.992
    217.94 0.992 0.992
    219.25 0.984 0.992
    220.46 0.992 0.992
    221.77 0.867 0.992
    223.07 1.016 0.992
    224.36 0.953 0.992
    225.58 0.977 0.984
    226.78 0.914 0.977
    228.09 0.86 0.992
    229.31 1 0.992
    230.52 0.922 0.992
    231.82 1.133 0.992
    233.13 1.078 0.992
    234.33 1.047 0.992
    235.54 1.016 0.992
    236.74 1.008 0.992
    237.94 1.008 0.992

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    You need a new set of coil packs then, and that will fix your problem.

    Phone your local dealer, give them the reg and ask them if it is due for a recall. They'll say yes or no, you might get a free set.

    Otherwise, order the TFSI coilpacks of Awesome GTI for £74.99 and run a 0.85mm plug gap like winners do.
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    Then never do them.

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    Cheers Mate will do that, will this clear the below fault or is this a separate thing

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    Thanks again everyone

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    also been reading a few posts RE the TFSI coil packs do they need the adaptor plates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaunf84 View Post
    also been reading a few posts RE the TFSI coil packs do they need the adaptor plates?
    Nope it's all just marketing poop to make the engine look pretty, they press in fine with no adapters.

    I quite often say I'm going to do things.

    Then never do them.

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    Cheers mate, I'm only 15 mins away from awesome think ill go for some tomorrow, do they make a noticeable difference?

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