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    The main supply fuses are F1 & F2 on the engine bay fusebox. The ignition is supplied via F2 in the dash fusebox but I doubt you're diag tool would have comms with the ECU if that was blown.
     
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    Just want to say a massive thankyou for your help and advice ,coding accepted and fault found ,fuse no1 engine bay ! Showing voltage with tester but when removed was heavily corroded ,new fuse wd40 spray and abs fired up back to life �� once again thanks for all your time and help
     
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    Hi All

    Vehicle: 2006 Golf MKV TDI 2.0 GT

    In the past week my transaction control light appearing on the dash during a normal drive. I tried to turn it off using the ESP button but this makes no difference and traction control stays off.

    I got my friend to do a code read on his scanner and the G201 – brake pressure sensor failure and was advised by him that it is a common fault for the ECU on the unit to fail and would edit need to have it repaired or replaced. So I decided to get it replaced with a second hand one from a breakers.

    Today I have had the ABS replaced and would have thought I just need to clear the code however clearing the code did not do anything and the ABS and transition control light still appear. When I read the ABS Module it says Control Module Incorrectly Coded, codes below:

    5 Faults Found:
    01486 - System Function Test Activated
    000 - -01435 - Brake Pressure Sensor 1 (G201)
    005 - No or Incorrect Basic Setting / Adaptation
    00778 - Steering Angle Sensor (G85)
    005 - No or Incorrect Basic Setting / Adaptation
    01423 - Lateral Acceleration Sensor (G200)
    005 - No or Incorrect Basic Setting / Adaptation
    01044 - Control Module Incorrectly Coded
    003 - Mechanical Failure

    I have read up and realised in order to reprogram the ABS unit I require the long code from the original ABS unit and logging and soft code to programme the ABS? my understanding of this process is not very good and would appreciate if there is anyone in the East Midlands area who can program this for me as I am willing to travel.

    Cheers.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana@Ross-Tech View Post
    This should get you going:
    Audi A6 (4B) Brake Electronics (Bosch 5.7) - Ross-Tech Wiki

    You will need to create a login based on the PR data listed, and the label in your trunk or owners manual.
    Example: http://www.ross-tech.net/vag-com/mis...s/PR-Codes.png

    Then in the same session, without exiting ABS module or cycling the key off:
    Code the module
    Set G85 Basic settings

    If this still doesn't make sense, post a pic of the vehicle ID tag and we will find the login and coding.

    Please, I need the login and the code for my 2006 passat 2.0T vehicle ABS Module. Please find vehicle label here; http://imageshack.com/a/img924/3848/92kTFp.jpg and advice.
     
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    Please help me with ABS pump long coding.
    Lost coding- 00000000000000000

    all detail car.
    vin VSSZZZ5FZGR201691

    typ: 5F8 2NV

    leon st 1.6cr
    style 5t81 dk5 5g

    MOTOR : CXXB

    OPTIONS:
    X2B B0N DK5 G0C 1AT 8GG
    J0V C7Q H6L V1P 1G8 1NL
    I8E 8ZH 8RM 8IT 8WH 8TB
    -- --- 2ZQ
    2B2 --- 5SJ 5RQ QG1
    7MM G01


    login?
    Coding??

    preview coding :

    Address 03: ABS Brakes (J104) Labels: 5Q0-907-379-ESP-V1.clb
    Part No SW: 5Q0 614 517 AF HW: 5Q0 614 517 AF
    Component: ESC H62 0398
    Revision: 00000000 Serial number: 51746000000200
    Coding: 19EE8A922420096D407D060941C42498512490026082247200 410070C00202
    Shop #: WSC 00049 770 00104
    ASAM Dataset: EV_Brake1UDSContiMK100ESP 035019
    ROD: EV_Brake1UDSContiMK100ESP_034_SK37.rod
     
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    Hi, I'm having the same issue with the ABS unit on my VW T5 MULTIVAN, i have found a replacement with the same part numbers but cannot access the old unit to find out the original coding.

    Can anyone help by working out what my login & coding details from the following vehicle info ?

    WV2ZZZ7HZ4H056706
    7HM C11
    Multivan Come. KR
    128kw TDISG6
    AXE GWB
    LA5W 0000 0000 EJ
    X10 B0A CS3 G0K H2N J1U MS0
    1AT 1G2 2PW 1NL 5RQ 5SL T86
    3S4 3U4 QG1 8UT 8GV 8L6
    1BA 0GE
    0E1 4UF 4X3 4R1 4K3 N0H 5MA
    9VK 2JG E0A 2V1 0JE 0YB
    1D2 A8E 8EL U5A 1N1 3L3 4A3 8N1

    Any help would be greatly appreciated ?
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana@Ross-Tech View Post
    As a8 tech responded (and I figured as well):
    Login 07399
    Coding 06499

    Then do the G85 Basic settings listed at the bottom of page:
    Audi A6 (4B) Brake Electronics (Bosch 5.7) - Ross-Tech Wiki
    Hi, I'm having the same issue with the ABS unit on my VW T5 MULTIVAN, i have found a replacement with the same part numbers but cannot access the old unit to find out the original coding.

    Can anyone help by working out what my login & coding details from the following vehicle info ?

    WV2ZZZ7HZ4H056706
    7HM C11
    Multivan Come. KR
    128kw TDISG6
    AXE GWB
    LA5W 0000 0000 EJ
    X10 B0A CS3 G0K H2N J1U MS0
    1AT 1G2 2PW 1NL 5RQ 5SL T86
    3S4 3U4 QG1 8UT 8GV 8L6
    1BA 0GE
    0E1 4UF 4X3 4R1 4K3 N0H 5MA
    9VK 2JG E0A 2V1 0JE 0YB
    1D2 A8E 8EL U5A 1N1 3L3 4A3 8N1

    Any help would be greatly appreciated ?
     
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    Well just to close out this thread on my part, I received the replacement ABS pump and controller, disconnected the battery installed the unit and the existing coding was accepted by the main ecu. Reinstated all hydraulics, used vcds to reset all stored fault codes, reset steering angle sensor and now no more lights on dash and running sweet! Result. Thanks for everyone’s assistance.


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    Hi all had a new abs pump fitted.

    now left with constant beeping. please has anybody got the code before i drive off a cliff?


    i need the long code number

    vin number : wvwzzz1K z 9W118803
    abs : 1K0614517BD

    vw golf bluemotion 1.9 tdi mk5..
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by kahoonabob View Post
    Hi all had a new abs pump fitted.

    now left with constant beeping. please has anybody got the code before i drive off a cliff?


    i need the long code number
    Your supposed to record the long coding values before removing the original pump assembly, then enter them into the replacement.
    If you still have the original unit you can plug it into the harness and read the coding. Failing that you will need to either visit your VW dealer
    or contact Ross-Tech to see if they can help, assuming your a registered VCDS user.
     
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