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    HELP, I changed coding I should not have. Audi A3 Abs Controller.

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    I was messing with the ABS controller, and I changed the software coding to 0000000

    and I didnt save the previous one or write it down..

    this has resulted in the ABS light to flash, Handbrake Light to flash, Tire Pressure Sensor to light up and BRAKES flashing in the central DIS.

    What do I need to do? Would anyone have the right coding at hand?

    VAG NUMBER: 1K0 907 379 D

    2005/54 2.0 TDI DSG

    any other code I put in, is saying out of range

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    Here is the coding from my 2005 (05) 2.0TDi, DSG S-Line, it might help you.

    Address 03: ABS Brakes Labels: 1K0-907-379-MK60-F.lbl
    Part No: 1K0 907 379 K
    Component: ESP FRONT MK60 0104
    Coding: 0023174
    Shop #: WSC 06435 000 00000

    Slightly newer version than yours, I also have factory Xenons, though I don't think that your change the ABS coding.

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    A BIG THANK YOU TOO GTI JAZZ BLUE..!!

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    See also (from the Ross-Tech WiKi)
    Coding

    ABS/EDS/ASR/ESP (MK60)


    • Model:
      • +0000000 = Audi A3 (8P) / Seat Leon (1P) / VW Golf/Jetta (1K)
      • +0000064 = VW Touran (1T)
      • +0000080 = VW Caddy (2K)
      • +0000096 = VW Eos (1F)
      • +0000112 = Seat Altea/Toledo (5P) / VW Golf Plus (5M)
    • Frontbrakes (Sensor Cluster OLD):
      • +0000005 = FS III 54 15" (PR-1ZF/1ZM/1ZC)
      • +0000006 = FN III 54 15"/16" (PR-1ZE/1LJ/1ZP/1ZD/1LL)
      • +0000009 = FRNG 57 17" (PR-1LK)
    • Frontbrakes (Sensor Cluster NEW):
      • +0000001 = FS III 54 15" (PR-1ZF/1ZM/1ZC)
      • +0000002 = FN III 54 15"/16" (PR-1ZE/1LJ/1ZP/1ZD/1LL)
      • +0000008 = FRNG 57 17" (PR-1LK)
    • Suspension:
      • +0000640 = Standard/Sport Suspension (PR-2UA/2UC OR PR-UA0/UA1/UA9)
      • +0001152 = Rough Road/Comfort Suspension (PR-2UB/2UD OR PR-UA2)
    • Engine:
      • +0002048 = 1.4l / 1.6l & 1.6l FSI
      • +0004096 = 1.9l TDI PD / 2.0l FSI / 2.0l SDI PD & All with Automatic Transmission
      • +0006144 = 2.0l TDI PD
    • Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPMS):
      • +0000000 = with Tire Pressure Monitoring (PR-7K1/7K6)
      • +0016384 = without Tire Pressure Monitoring (PR-7K0)
    Notes: See production codes on car data plate. Coding is the sum of the individual options.
    Sensor Cluster OLD: Installed behind glove compartment (ONLY VW Caddy (2K) & VW Touran (1T) & Audi A3 (8P) <MY2005).
    Sensor Cluster NEW: Installed under passenger seat (All Others & Audi A3 (8P) MY2006>).
    Special Notes: When replacing 1K0-907-379-D with 1K0-907-379-K or newer, the original Coding CANNOT be transferred to the new Control Module. Instead you need to build a new Coding using the Table above.
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    Also I always do an autoscan and save the log before I do anything on any car, that way you
    a) know that there aren't any fault codes before you start
    b) have a baseline of coding for all of the modules to refer back to.

    Regards,

    Paul
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    Thanks mate, I did have that coding sheet..

    I got the 0000000 from the list as it said 8p

    But I really don't understand it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johal87 View Post
    Thanks mate, I did have that coding sheet..

    I got the 0000000 from the list as it said 8p

    But I really don't understand it?
    the 000000000000 is the base
    then you have to add the brakes engine etc

 

 

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