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Anyone around Cambs that can do a VCDS DGS Adaption for me?

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    As the title says anyone thats real nifty with VCDS that can do this for me?
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    What adaption are you referring to?
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    I've heard that it can be "reset" recently had a DSG oil and filter change and sometimes it's still a little jerky and I know that Audi will want silly money to do it
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    That should of been done when the dsg oil/filter was done.
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    Actually mine feels jerky since having its DSG oil and filter changed - i have VCDS, can someone tell me how to check if it was reset? ... and how to reset it if required? :)
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    just follow this procedure.[h=2]Basic Setting[/h]Prerequisites:

    • Fluid Temperature 30...100 °C (86...210 °F), see Measuring Blocks, Group 019.
    • Selector Lever in P
    • Ignition ON
    • Engine ON (Idling) for one minute or more
    • Brake Pedal operated (hold for the whole procedure)
    • Throttle Pedal not operated
    NOTE: Be sure to perform the following steps in the sequence shown, followed by the defined test drive.[Select]
    [02 - Transmission]
    [Basic Settings - 04]
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    Thanks... i'll give it a go and report back.
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    Hold up, remember the details on the wiki were for a dsg car, yours are stronic's, so check with ross-tech if the procedure is the same before acting upon, just to be safe.
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    Isn't your stronic 7 gear?

    If so then check with RT, I would still check with RT & also if your box is 09G, if not then again, check with RT.
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    Thanks for your advice :) ... i just checked an old VCDS scan and my 6 Speed S-Tronic is type 'DSG/02E'

    Address 02: Auto Trans Labels: 02E-300-0xx.lbl
    Part No SW: 02E 300 051 T HW: 02E 927 770 AJ
    Component: GSG DSG AG6 440 1963

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    A VCDS scan will tell you what box is fitted..i.e. This is of my car and shows it's a 02E box which follows RT file
    6-Speed Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG/02E) - Ross-Tech Wiki



    Address 02: Auto Trans Labels: 02E-300-0xx.lbl
    Part No SW: 02E 300 011 DC HW: 02E 927 770 AJ
    Component: GSG DSG AG6 440 1905
    Revision: 04844002 Serial number: 00000811271320
    Coding: 0000020
    Shop #: WSC 06314 000 00000
    VCID: 53AEE47FF2EE69B

    No fault code found.
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