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    Quote Originally Posted by mgsontour View Post
    I saw one of these OBD2 fault code reader
    in Aldi so bought it, plugged it in and followed instructions and after scanning came up with : No errors

    Would the
    VAG-COM\VCDS do a different scan?


    Streetwize OBDII Fault Code Reader - LCD Screen | Euro Car Parts

    As I've said you need to find someone with VAG-COM\VCDS that is the only true DIY scanner for VAG vehicles. They aren't cheap but you can't make a silk purse from a sows ear. That one is a cheap generic scanner which can give false results.
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    The central convenience system is not emissions related and therefore not OBDII compatible, you have bought a scanner which will only access address 01, not 46.
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    I had a 2009 1.9tdi Golf Estate in recently which operated on the system that doesnt use the electronic flap open switch on the drivers door card. It uses the system where you push in and unclick the fuel flap to open it and the same to close it and when the central locking is locked the fuel flap locks with it. The one I had failed to close properly at all. Part Number 5N0810773D sorted that issue just incase anyone else has the same.
     
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