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    Clean Diesel Readiness Status

    Clean Diesel Readiness Status (non UDS Controllers) - CBEA CJAA 2.0l CR-TDI

    • This information can be very important for repair shops and owners of vehicles that are registered in states that conduct routine checks of the Diesel Readiness Status during their Smog Checks and/or Car Inspections.

    • It also important to note that when the codes are cleared, this will reset the readiness bits and in order to reset the Clean Diesel Readiness Status it may be necessary to perform extended road tests or driving cycles. Setting the readiness bits for the DPF will require at least one DPF regeneration cycle.

    • This Readiness information can be found in the [01-Engine] Measuring Value Blocks in the form of binary data. Below is a guide that will help you to read and understand the binary data.


    Note: The information below is for non-UDS ECM controller, for UDS ECM Controllers it is suggested to check the Diesel
    Readiness Status using the OBD-II function of the Ross-Tech scan tool.



    Measuring Value Block Group [089] - EOBD (European On Board Diagnostics)





    Field 1 = 0000 0000 - EOBD Data A - (Fault codes stored and Check Engine Light Status)
    x??? ???? - Fault code count in binary
    ?xxx xxxx - Check Engine Light On = [1], Off = [0]

    Field 2 = 0000 0000 - EOBD Data B
    ?xxx xxxx - N/A
    x?xx xxxx - Comprehensive component monitor readiness status, Incomplete = [1], Complete = [0]
    xx?x xxxx - Fuel system monitor readiness status, Incomplete = [1], Complete = [0]
    xxx? xxxx - Misfire monitor readiness status, Incomplete = [1], Complete = [0]
    xxxx ?xxx - Ignition monitors - Spark or Compression , Supported Function = [1]
    xxxx x?xx - Comprehensive component monitors, Supported Function = [1], Not Supported = [0]
    xxxx xx?x - Fuel system monitor, continuous, Supported Function = [1], Not Supported = [0]
    xxxx xxx? - Misfire monitor, continuous, Supported Function = [1], Not Supported = [0]

    Field 3 = 0000 0000 - EOBD Data C – (Monitors that are supported)
    ?xxx xxxx - EGR/VVT System Monitor, Supported Function = [1], Not Supported = [0]
    x?xx xxxx - DPF (Diesel Particle Filter) Monitor, Supported Function = [1], Not Supported = [0]
    xx?x xxxx - Exhaust Gas Sensor Monitor, Supported Function = [1], Not Supported = [0]
    xxx? xxxx - Not used on diesel vehicles at this time
    xxxx ?xxx - Indicates Boost Pressure System Monitor, Supported Function = [1], Not Supported = [0]
    xxxx x?xx - Not used on diesel vehicles at this time
    xxxx xx?x - NOx/SCR After-treatment Monitor, Supported Function = [1], Not Supported = [0]
    xxxx xxx? - NMHC Catalyst Monitor, Supported Fuction = [1], Not Supported = [0]


    Field 4 = 0000 0000 - EOBD Data D – (Readiness status of the supported systems)
    ?xxx xxxx - EGR/VVT System monitor readiness status, Incomplete = [1], Complete = [0]
    x?xx xxxx - DPF readiness status, Incomplete = [1], Complete = [0]
    xx?x xxxx - Exhaust Gas Sensor monitor readiness status, Incomplete = [1], Complete = [0]
    xxx? xxxx - Not used on diesel vehicles at this time
    xxxx ?xxx - Boost pressure system monitor readiness Status, Incomplete = [1], Complete = [0]
    xxxx x?xx - Not used on diesel vehicles at this time
    xxxx xx?x - Readiness status of NOx/SCR After-treatment Monitor, Incomplete = [1], Complete = [0]
    xxxx xxx? - Readiness status of NMHC Catalyst Monitor, Incomplete = [1], Complete = [0]


    - Abbreviations -
    DPF = Diesel Particle Filter
    NOx = Oxides of nitrogen
    SCR = Selective catalytic reduction systems
    NMHC = Non-methane hydrocarbons
    EGR = Exhaust Gas Recirculation
    VVT = Variable valve timing


    - Ignition Type -
    Spark = Gasoline
    Compression = Diesel


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    Just to add (since we have gotten a few inquiries lately), we have not found any way to use a scan tool to make these types of engine controllers set readiness in the bay. Instead actual drive cycle(s) would be required. Sorry, no readiness scripts for these.

    Also if you live in a state where diesel vehicles are required to have emissions testing then this link may help.
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    Clean Diesel Readiness Status
    It's only a clean diesel test if it's in the actual test mode to run the tests.

    Field 4 = 0000 0000 - EOBD Data D – (Readiness status of the supported systems)
    xxxx xxx? - Readiness status of NMHC Catalyst Monitor, Incomplete = [1], Complete = [0]
    Can you find the hidden block or basic setting test......?

    Time to visit the negative one water world.

    Have you ever wondered why this bit for this specific test won't run while in dirty mode...... taking forever?
    Further ever wonder why this test is not displayed in readiness screen, however, does on the OBD2 side?

    These non UDS cars can run direct basic setting tests for readiness bits; or tests observed on a road test, or to see the drive cycle if in "clean mode" in blocks.

    Non UDS cars do run a dedicated script basic settings test,........ and test counts are added if in clean mode.

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    FYI.........
    Additional script tests found in hidden undocumented modes in the 200 Series channels on TP 2.0 CAN EDC17..........
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    The following blocks can commence for TP2.0 TDI for readiness.

    0x01-04-200 >204 and 220>224 with no security login needed in basic settings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack@European_Parts View Post
    The following blocks can commence for TP2.0 TDI for readiness.

    0x01-04-200 >204 and 220>224 with no security login needed in basic settings.
    Could you elaborate the procedure for us newbs? I tried going in basic settings and entering 200-204 in the field and didn't see anything useful. I'm currently fighting to get at least two of the three remainig monitors to clear on my wife's 2010 TDI - 'Catalyst Monitor', 'Heated Catalyst Monitor' and 'Oxygen Sensor Monitor' (Which near as I can tell are actually 'NMHC catalyst Monitor', 'NOx/SCR Aftertreatment Monitor' and 'Exhaust Gas Sensor Monitor', respectively).

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    Thanks - that thread makes sense, and was essentially what I thought you meant. So, maybe I'm just dense, or just too new at VCDS and working on VWs, but I'm still lost...

    I went into basic settings, and into each block you specified, and I got the attached results. Not sure what should be done here, and have no idea what is what.... I FINALLY got another monitor to clear , so I'm down to 'Catalyst monitoring' and 'Oxygen sensor monitoring' not complete... Since there doesn't seem to be any indication what block is what, or really what to do, if those blocks are something to help get these monitors to set ready, not knowing which is which and not knowing what actually needs to be done, the info doesn't really help... NORMALLY, I'd be game for messing around and seeing what is what, but I have been trying to get the monitors to complete since June, and my wifes cars reg is now expired due to the emissions failing (we took it in for inspection, pretty much knowing it would fail emissions, so we have the failure paperwork and thus some cushion with the law), so I want to get it to all ready so it'll pass (the law says one not ready is ok, and I'd be fine with that, but I've been told by a local person that's familiar with VW diesels that apparently even one not ready will fail a diesel) and we can get it renewed, and I really don't want to screw it up. Any advice?

    Edit: These were KOEO



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    Thanks - that thread makes sense, and was essentially what I thought you meant. So, maybe I'm just dense, or just too new at VCDS and working on VWs, but I'm still lost...

    I went into basic settings, and into each block you specified, and I got the attached results. Not sure what should be done here, and have no idea what is what.... I FINALLY got another monitor to clear , so I'm down to 'Catalyst monitoring' and 'Oxygen sensor monitoring' not complete... Since there doesn't seem to be any indication what block is what, or really what to do, if those blocks are something to help get these monitors to set ready, not knowing which is which and not knowing what actually needs to be done, the info doesn't really help... NORMALLY, I'd be game for messing around and seeing what is what, but I have been trying to get the monitors to complete since June, and my wifes cars reg is now expired due to the emissions failing (we took it in for inspection, pretty much knowing it would fail emissions, so we have the failure paperwork and thus some cushion with the law), so I want to get it to all ready so it'll pass (the law says one not ready is ok, and I'd be fine with that, but I've been told by a local person that's familiar with VW diesels that apparently even one not ready will fail a diesel) and we can get it renewed, and I really don't want to screw it up. Any advice?

    Edit: These were KOEO

    Basic setting "TESTS" are only good if you actually have the test set to "ON" and you also need to have a brake and gas pedal pressed with a remote take over for these tests to perform the macro.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack@European_Parts View Post
    Basic setting "TESTS" are only good if you actually have the test set to "ON" and you also need to have a brake and gas pedal pressed with a remote take over for these tests to perform the macro.
    Right - I was just looking to see what came up so I could see if there was anything that would indicate what each test did. Since I have no idea what does what, I don't want to just play with things and risk messing up the monitors that have completed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack@European_Parts View Post
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