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Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by smokiedee, May 15, 2012.

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    [May 15, 2012]
    i scanned my car with vag.com and came up with a lambda fault. i brought a bosch replacement about 8 months ago from euro car parts. does anyone know if it would be replaced under warranty?
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    [May 15, 2012]
    What was the actual fault code?

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    [May 15, 2012]
    16514, 16519, 00561 and 00543
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    [May 15, 2012]
    Can't find all the references on Ross Tech wiki... pasting the actual scan results would be useful...

    Found a couple though...
    00561 - Ross-Tech Wiki
    00561 - Mixture Adaptation: Adaptation Limit (Add) Exceeded
    Possible Symptoms

    Engine Jolting
    Increased Fuel Consumption
    Poor Idling/Jolting
    Reduced Boost Pressure

    Possible Causes

    Mass Air Flow Sensor (G70) faulty
    Fuel Pressure too Low
    Leaks in Intake Air System and/or Exhaust System
    Injector(s) faulty (i.e. coked)

    Possible Solutions

    Refuel Vehicle
    Check Fuel System Pressure
    Check Mass Air Flow Sensor (G70)
    Check Intake Air System and Exhaust System for Leaks
    Check Injection Quantity
    Check Injector(s)


    16514/P0130/000304 - Ross-Tech Wiki
    6514/P0130/000304 - Oxygen (Lambda) Sensor B1 S1: Malfunction in Circuit
    Possible Causes

    Oxygen (Lambda) Sensor Heating Bank 1 Sensor 1 faulty

    Possible Solutions

    Check Oxygen (Lambda) Sensor Heating Bank 1 Sensor 1

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    [May 15, 2012]
    yh was in the same boat. not got the full version so only showed some. i had to google the rest

    VAG-COM Version: Release 409.1-S

    Control Module Part Number: 06A 906 018 R
    Component and/or Version: 1.8L R4/5VT MOTR HS D06
    Software Coding: 04000
    Work Shop Code: WSC 00028
    6 Faults Found:
    18010 - Power Supply Terminal 30: Voltage too Low
    P1602 - 35-10 - - - Intermittent

    16519 - Shareware Version. To Decode all DTCs
    P0135 - 35-10 - Please Register/Activate - Intermittent

    16514 - Oxygen (Lambda) Sensor B1 S1: Malfunction in Circuit
    P0130 - 35-10 - Please Register/Activate - Intermittent

    00561 - Mixture Adaptation
    14-00 - Adaptation Limit (Add) Exceeded

    00543 - maximum speed exceeded
    35-10 - Please Register/Activate - Intermittent

    00561 - Shareware Version. To Decode all DTCs
    12-00 - Please Register/Activate
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    [May 15, 2012]
    Which lambda sensor did you get as there are two on the S3, was it the one before or after the cat, i believe the one on the scan results is the one in the engine bay.

    I believe the part will have a 12 months warranty on it, so try and see how you get on.
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    [May 15, 2012]
    should have said i've got an agu a3 so only have one but also got a decat as well
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