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Coding Pin Fault?

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by stevehall, Oct 22, 2009.

  1. stevehall

    stevehall Member
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    Please help...


    I have this fault on VAG-COM. Any help?

    Address 37: Navigation Labels: 8E0-035-192-RNSE.lbl
    Part No SW: 8E0 035 192 T HW: 8E0 035 192 T
    Component: RNS-E HIGH EU H75 X---
    Revision: 06S Serial number: AUZBZ7H1111437
    Coding: 0309711
    Shop #: WSC 06335 000 00000
    1 Fault Found:
    02005 - Coding Pin
    004 - No Signal/Communication
    Freeze Frame:
    Fault Status: 01100100
    Fault Priority: 5
    Fault Frequency: 1
    Reset counter: 195
    Time Indication: 0
    Date: 2009.10.22
    Time: 18:35:39
     
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  3. kite

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    From the rosstech wiki

    02005 - Coding Pin: No Communication

    Possible Causes

    • Control Module Coding faulty
    • Wiring faulty
    Possible Solutions

    • Check Control Module Coding
    • Check Wiring
    Special Notes

    • When found in Radio/Navigation System RNS-E
      • Check Coding for Sound System
      • Check Wiring/Connectors (Connector B Pin 7 not wired)
     
  4. stevehall

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    Thanks for that!

    Will take a look over the weekend!
     
  5. stevehall

    stevehall Member
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    Can anyone give me some more advice on this?

    I still have the fault, i have checked all connections are fine, and i can code the RNS-e?
     
  6. PetrolDave

    PetrolDave Well-Known Member

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    On the RNS-E the Coding Pin fault usually means that the state of the Bose pin doesn't match the coding.

    If you have Bose the Bose pin must be grounded and the RNS-E must be coded xx9xxx, if you don't have Bose then the Bose pin must be open circuit and the coding for an A4 must be xx1xxx (3 for an A4 cab).
     
  7. dramirez

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    Thanks guys, this error was showing, fixed pin 7 ground and now it's gone!
     

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