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3yrs and still find new thing about my car!!

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by StrmsekS3, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. AR-rkon
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    AR-rkon Midlands regional Moderator Regional Rep

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    [Oct 10, 2010]
    Hey thorsy, could you email or upload basecode. could do with that software but cant find it online...

    cheers.
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    superkarl MAN OF STEEL

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    [Oct 10, 2010]
    if you leave your windows or sunroof open by accident, put the key in and turn and hold it to lock, everythin will close.
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    leshkin Speeding in reverse gear VCDS Map User

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    [Oct 10, 2010]
    Here you go - http://www.sendspace.com/file/p9npbc
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2010
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    [Oct 11, 2010]
    Looks like Leshkin has sorted you out. :)
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  5. Farda D
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    Farda D New Member

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    [Feb 22, 2011]
    Hey guys, i no im a bit late but most of the features u want are all available in VCDS, they are under 'adaptions' in central locking ECU.
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  6. danger S3
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    danger S3 Member

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    [Feb 22, 2011]
    you can make it blip when locking by using VCDS and going into the central locking part, making a note of the first number and adding 1024 to it and bobs ur aunty

    so if its 56983 you add 1024 and you get 58007. put that number in instead and YAY
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    s3dave TFSI Hybrid

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    [Feb 22, 2011]
    Cheers mate....
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    [Feb 22, 2011]
    Sorry thats incorrect...Its Bobs Your Uncle...:yes:

    DC
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    s3dave TFSI Hybrid

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    [Feb 22, 2011]
    Yeah its..... Fannys your aunt... but did not like to say......lol
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    [Feb 22, 2011]
    well its true my aunt can be a bit of a fanny sometimes, but then again so can my uncle. oh i get so confused :think:
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    JS1500 Howdy

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    [Feb 22, 2011]
    I only discovered my old A4 had adjustable lumbar support when a bloke came to test drive it when I was selling it! I'd had that car for over 2 years.
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    Westy Double Dark Side! Diesel & 8P

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    [Feb 22, 2011]
    Nearly 3 years and I'm still tracking down boost leaks!

    Talking about things you might not know about your car. Did you know you can put the climate control panel into a diag mode and it can display such things as MPH, RPM, water temp?

    I'll try and find the instructions.

    Here you go you lucky people:

    Press and hold the recirculation button. Then press the manual flow control up arrow. You should see a 1c. Press the temperature up ("+") or down ("-") buttons to select a code number. Then press the recirculation button again. The value should display. Press the temperature up or down button again to display another code.

    NOTE: Air Flow Motor (V 71) and Potentiometer (G 113) are not installed in USA/Canada vehicles. Disregard values displayed for these components.


    Code Displayed Value

    1 System malfunction - displayed as a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC), see chart below
    2 Digital value of Interior Temperature Sensor, in Headliner (G 86)
    3 Digital value of Interior Temperature Sensor, in Instrument Panel (G 56)
    4 Digital value of Fresh Air Intake Duct Temperature Sensor (G 89)
    5 Digital value of Outside Air (Ambient) Temperature Sensor (G 17), front
    6 Digital value of Outside Air (Ambient) Temperature Sensor
    7 Digital value of Ambient Temperature Sensor At Fresh Air Blower (G 109)
    8 Digital value of Temperature Regulator Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 92)
    9 Delta value of Temperature Regulator Flap
    10 Non-corrected specified value of Temperature Regulator Flap
    11 Digital value of Central Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 112)
    12 Specified value of Central Flap
    13 Digital value of Footwell/Defroster Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 114)
    14 Specified value of Footwell/Defroster Flap
    15 Digital value of Air Flow Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 113)
    16 Specified value of Air Flow Flap
    17 Vehicle Speed (km/h)
    18 Actual Air Blower voltage (Volts)
    19 Specified Fresh Air Blower voltage (Volts)
    20 A/C Compressor (A/C Clutch) voltage (Volts)
    21 Number of low voltage occurrences, non-transient
    22 Cycle condition of A/C Refrigerant High Pressure Switch (F 118)
    23 Cyclings of the A/C Refrigerant High Pressure Switch (F 118)
    24 Cyclings of the switches, absolute non-fluctuating
    25 Analog/Digital value, Kick-Down Switch
    26 Analog/Digital value, Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Warning Light
    27 Coding value
    28 Engine Speed (RPM)
    29 A/C Compressor speed in rpm (Equals Engine Speed x 1.28)
    30 Software version
    31 Display check (all segments of A/C Control Head display light up)
    32 Potentiometer malfunction counter, Temperature Regulator Flap
    33 Potentiometer malfunction counter, Central Flap
    34 Potentiometer malfunction counter, Footwell/Defroster Flap
    35 Potentiometer malfunction counter, Air Flow Map
    36 Feedback value, cold end-stop, Temperature Regulator Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 92)
    37 Feedback value, hot end-stop, Temperature Regulator Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 92), max. stop
    38 Feedback value, cold end-stop, Central Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 112)
    39 Feedback value, hot end-stop, Central Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 112)
    40 Feedback value, cold end-stop, Footwell/Defroster Flap Motor Potentiometer (G114)
    41 Feedback value, hot end-stop, Footwell/Defroster Flap Motor Potentiometer (G114)
    42 Feedback value, cold end-stop, Air Flow Map Motor Potentiometer (G 113)
    43 Feedback value, hot end-stop, Air Flow Map Motor Potentiometer (G 113)
    44 Vehicle operation cycle counter
    45 Calculated interior temperature (internal software, in digits)
    46 Outside (ambient) temperature, filtered, for regulation (internal software)
    47 Outside (ambient) temperature, unfiltered, (internal software, in deg C)
    48 Outside (ambient) temperature, unfiltered, (in digits)
    49 Malfunction counter for speedometer (vehicle speed) signal
    50 Standing time (in minutes)
    51 Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) in deg C
    52 Graphics channel 1 - A/C compressor switch-off conditions are identified by illuminated segments of the “88.8” display. See chart below.
    53 Graphics channel 2 - Climate system electrical outputs are identified by illuminated segments of the “88.8” display. See chart below.
    54 Control characteristics
    55 Outside (ambient) temperature, in deg C or deg F depending on setting on A/C control head
    56 Temperature in deg C, from Interior Temperature Sensor, in Headliner (G 86)
    57 Temperature in deg C, from Interior Temperature Sensor, in Instrument Panel (G 56)
    58 Temperature in deg C, from Fresh Air Intake Duct Temperature Sensor (G 89)
    59 Temperature in deg C, from Outside Air (Ambient) Temperature Sensor (G 17), front
    60 Temperature in deg C, from Ambient Temperature Sensor At Fresh Air Blower (G 109)
    61 Software version (latest)
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2011
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