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pezza371887
13-01-2011, 01:08 PM
Hey guys i need the vag-com label file for my polo azq 03E-906-033-AZQ.lbl (http://www.hotfilesearch.com/download/18748172-03E-906-033-AZQ.lbl.html) think thats the file i need cheers guys

Dana@Ross-Tech
14-01-2011, 02:21 AM
Hi,

If you’re using a current version of VCDS or VCDS-Lite please post a complete Auto-Scan from this vehicle.


-Dana

pezza371887
14-01-2011, 11:12 AM
I have seen other users full scans and they have a label file in my first post which end AZQ which is my polos engine code, hope you can help, many thanks

VCDS-Lite Version: Release 1.1
>>> Monday, 10 January 2011, 23:01:39.
>>>
>>>
>>> Chassis Type: 9N - VW Polo
>>> Scan: 01,02,03,08,09,15,17,19,37,44,45,46,56,76
>>>
>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Address 01: Engine Labels: Redir Fail!
>>> Controller: 03E 906 033 L
>>> Component: 1,2l/4V SIMOS3 00HS7001
>>> Coding: 00071
>>> Shop #: WSC 00430
>>> VCID: 29257EA7C0F7
>>> WVWZZZ9NZ4Y190352 VWZ7Z0D9087382
>>> No fault code found.
>>> Readiness: 1010 0101
>>>
>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Address 03: ABS Brakes Labels: 6Q0-907-37x-ABS.LBL
>>> Controller: 6Q0 907 379 L
>>> Component: ABS FRONT MK60 0101
>>> Coding: 0001097
>>> Shop #: WSC 00788
>>> VCID: 46FFD51B71A9
>>> No fault code found.

Dana@Ross-Tech
16-01-2011, 09:33 PM
03E-906-033-AZQ.lbl has not been translated into English. If you found this file in a VCDS English scan I suspect someone else has written or translated it.

I noticed your emails to / from support about this file. If you choose to register VCDS-Lite with us by purchasing a software license we can work with you to get this in the translation queue list. Please keep in mind that this would not be immediate, even if you choose to purchase from us.

If you'd prefer to continue using VCDS-Lite in shareware mode I would recommend updating on a regular basis to see if this file has been added.

-Dana

A4 Lad
16-01-2011, 10:46 PM
What are they used for ?
Do you mean for MVB and adaption ect ?
Is that all label files are for or is there more to them ?


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Dana@Ross-Tech
16-01-2011, 11:30 PM
What are they used for ?
Do you mean for MVB and adaption ect ?
Is that all label files are for or is there more to them ?


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Hi,

Label files generally contain Measuring Blocks, Basic Settings, Coding and Adaptation information. In some cases while using our current software, they also make some additional features like Setting Readiness and Advanced Measuring Values available.

VCDS will function completely fine without Labels. On a car like this I bet most of the documentation is included in the repair manual.

Individuals can write them, if they choose to do so:
http://www.ross-tech.com/vag-com/labels.html

http://www.ross-tech.com/vag-com/labelsredirect.html

The current software supports Control Module Maps, which are helpful when we need to create labels for modules that have very limited information in the repair manuals:
http://wiki.ross-tech.com/wiki/index.php/Control_Module_Maps

-Dana

A4 Lad
16-01-2011, 11:33 PM
Ahh, I see, cool. I use it on a daily basis but am far from understanding its full capabilities. What does resetting the readiness do anyway ?


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bearthebruce
17-01-2011, 07:36 PM
In the design of the emissions compliant systems, there are tests performed by the control modules while the car is in operation. These tests can be used to determine the "health" of the systems. Please take a brief read of our Readiness page in our manual: http://www.ross-tech.com/vcds/tour/readiness.html

The issue of setting readiness comes up because when you clear the fault codes, all readiness monitors are set to the "NOT Ready" state because a fault has just been cleared and the assumption is a repair has been made.

I do not know how Readiness monitors are used in the UK but in the US, most states will pass a car without physical emissions testing if all Readiness monitors have passed their test. If it is the same in the UK then the ability to set these monitors without having to do a 1 hour drive cycle is of advantage - especially in the repair shop. If you make a repair and want to see if the system is up and running properly, running the monitor in say 10 minutes is better than taking an hour long ride. Time is money.

I hope that gives a clearer picture of what Readiness is and what Setting Readiness is all about.

A4 Lad
18-01-2011, 09:58 PM
I get you now bruce. Great info, thank you very much.


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