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A4 Front and Rear Parking Aid

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by Cravenbantam, Apr 17, 2008.

  1. Cravenbantam
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    Hi,

    Does anyone know the address code when using vagcom for the factory fit front and rear parking aid.

    Friend of mine has a 55 plate A4 Cabriolet and the parking aid is just giving a continuous bleep when reverse is engaged or when button is pressed on dash.

    Done 70,000 miles so out of warranty!!

    I thought it was address code 76 but it won't reconise it!!

    Cheers in advance
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  2. Spr0cket
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    it is indeed to be found at #76.

    Single tone upon activation is a fault detected condition - could be something as simple as a single sensor failed, but the fact you cannot get a response from controller (I assume it's reporting controller not found in vag com) sounds like it's more likley to be an issue with the interface.

    Might be worth physically disconnecting module - leaving it unplugged for a few hours to reset and then reconnect to see what if anything changes - even if it will simply allow you to access the controller for a look around.
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  3. Cravenbantam
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    Yes, said system not found, but the system is still audible and green led on switch flashes too, but no reconisation from PCD unit, strange!

    Does anyone know where the unit is, or i could leave the fuse disconnected for a while???

    Cheers
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    The green LED on my parking aid switch is on permanently when it's active, not flashing...
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