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Help! VAG CODE 00561 - Mixture Adaption limit not reached

Discussion in 'VCDS (formerly VAG-COM) forum' started by imported_ChrisCardiffA3T, Mar 14, 2005.

  1. [Mar 14, 2005]
    00561 - Mixture Adaption limit not reached - Intermittent.

    Just had the car Vag'd last night... its been really hesitant, jerky, and missing occasionally.
    ...any ideas ideas???

    Cheers
    Chris /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif
    Note:the car is an A3 1.8 T Sport 99 Jan
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    [Mar 15, 2005]
    I had this and was advided it could be a vacuum leak. I checked all of my hoses and did a TBA and it's been fine ever since ( he says rushing for the closest bit of wood)

    I had the same symptoms too
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    [Mar 15, 2005]
    Throttle Body Alignment (T.B.A.)
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  6. [Mar 16, 2005]
    Right guys...thanks for the advice BUT!!!
    The car is throttle cable, and not fly by fire.
    A similiar fault occurred about 2 weeks ago which was rectified by a throttle body clean out 2weeks ago by audi...£195, now its reappeared and are now asking £500 for a new thrttle body and fitting...

    So it surely cant be TBA?

    Cheers
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    [Mar 17, 2005]
    Chris, I answered your question to this here --> CLICK

    BTW, you can do a throttle body adaption on a non drive by wire car. Did one on mine earlier in fact. Also the car automatically does this if you turn on the ignition and just leave it for a min. You can hear the throttle body moving about if you lift the bonnet.
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  8. [Mar 19, 2005]
    right guys... i do appreciate your advice, but no luck on the TBA...
    alas...looks like i'm heading for the dealer.
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    [Mar 20, 2005]
    Could it be a Lambda probe problem?

    Kev.
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