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96 TDI Log file if someone wouldnt mind having a nosey :)

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  1. jonnycraig

    jonnycraig Member

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    Hi,

    Was wondering if there was anything serious mentioned in this log, I must apologise for bein a complete noob a this!

    Been having issues with the car missing/stuttering around 2500 revs so is there anything showing up that would cause this.

    1996 1.9tdi SE (1Z on sticker in boot, VCDS quotes AHU are they the same?) :notme:

    Thanks

    J


    VCDS-Lite Version: Release 1.1
    Tuesday, 01 March 2011, 17:32:56.


    Chassis Type: 8D - Audi A4 B5
    Scan: 01,02,03,08,15,16,17,25,35,37,45,55,56,57,67,75,76,77

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    Address 01: Engine Labels: 028-906-021-AHU.LBL
    Controller: 028 906 021 F
    Component: 1,9l R4 EDC SG D3I
    Coding: 00000
    Shop #: WSC 00082
    VCID: 1257394B4D61
    2 Faults Found:
    00741 - Brake Pedal Monitoring
    27-10 - Implausible Signal - Intermittent
    65535 - Shareware Version. To Decode all DTCs
    00-00 - Please Register/Activate
    Readiness: N/A

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    Address 03: ABS Brakes Labels: 4D0-907-379-ABS.LBL
    Controller: 4D0 907 379 D
    Component: ABS BOSCH 5 7402
    Coding: 0265108005
    Shop #: BB 37402
    VCID: 2F1190BFFE13
    No fault code found.


    VCDS-Lite Version: Release 1.1
    Tuesday, 01 March 2011, 17:34:48.
    Control Module Part Number: 8A0 959 655 B
    Component and/or Version: Airbag V AUDI D00
    Software Coding: 00766
    Work Shop Code: WSC 06315
    VCID: 321799CBED21
    1 Fault Found:
    00595 - Crash Data Stored
    35-00 - -
     
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  3. bearthebruce

    bearthebruce Ross-Tech, LLC

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    Has the car been in a crash and was the air bag replaced without replacing the control module? That is what the air bag error is suggesting.

    The engine controller is seriously unhappy. The 65535 error is an internal memory error which could be caused by a failed ECU or might be caused by improper ground or such.

    The intermittent brake pedal error could be the brake pedal itself but I would not chase that until I had resolved the ECU internal memory issue.
     
  4. hades-

    hades- Yorkshire & Humber Rep.
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    this is your 1st code

    00741 - Brake Pedal Monitoring

    Possible Symptoms

    • No accelerator pedal response
    • Poor engine performance
    • Glow Plug light flashing
    Possible Causes

    • Issue with Brake Light Switch F47
    • Issue with Brake Lights
    Possible Solutions

    • Verify correct brake light bulbs are installed.
    • Inspect brake light bulb sockets for damage.
    • Test Brake Light Switch F47
    Special Notes

    • On 1.9L TDI ALH engine, go into Engine then Measuring Blocks group 006, Field #2 (01-08-006#2)
      • Foot off brake field #2 should read 000
      • Slowly press on brake, should then read 011 with both "1" activating at the same time
      • If both "1" do not activate at same time, Brake Light Switch may be defective.
    this is the crash sensor code

    00595 - Crash Data Stored

    Possible Causes

    • Crash Data stored due to Car being involved in an Accident
    Possible Solutions

    • Replace Airbag Control Module
    Special Notes

    • Ensure that only NEW Airbag Components are installed
     
  5. jonnycraig

    jonnycraig Member

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    Thanks for the info, would you have any ideas where to start diagnosing this fault???

    Cheers

    J
     
  6. Dana @ Ross-Tech

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    To answer the earlier question, AHU and 1Z were pretty similar. The 1Z was a B4 Passat engine and the AHU was a common Mk3 Golf/Jetta engine in the US market.

    They were noted for a vacuum line failing as mentioned here: 65535 - Ross-Tech Wiki
    "Certain older TDI ECUs which have a vacuum line going to them"

    The Crash Data fault should not be ignored, but I'd get the Engine issues resolved first 00595 - Ross-Tech Wiki
     

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