No probs Scott.
The voltage ones are just saying the voltage has dropped too low. Either from the battery going flat, or from the voltage dropping down too much while cranking due to a weak battery. As i thought, no worry there then.
You'll need to scan the immo unit or cluster for faults (depending on age its either in 17 or 25 iirc) to find the other half of the "engine stopped by immo" code. Im using a daft handheld scanner just now Kev, still no srted Vag on the laptop so can only read basic stuff just now.
B2S1 is the first lambda on bank 2, which is uneffected by a decat. Your cars unlikely to have 4 sensors anyway so it wont care about the cats. Ok, so is this worth bothering with and changing then? Car has a slight misfire at idle lately.
The two throttle codes could just be the TB needed recalibrated, or it could indicate a fault in the tracks, if you've tried to recalibrate it and they wont clear. Will do a calibration on it first, any how to's on cleaning it anywhere thou?
Not a clue on the incorrectly coded one. suggests its coding doesnt match something else in the car, might be an idea to see what the coding is and what other folks with the same engine/ecu have. Ok, will see what the deal is with the ECM part no if matches other 2.8's.
What about this J338 then, what am i looking for here?