- Jan 29, 2014
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- Western PA, USA
Oh, OK. The 2009-2010 3.0L T'reg 3.0TDI EDC, and I'm pretty sure the same applies to the Q7, used traditional CAN. IMO that's the good stuff, you know normal MVBs, Basic Settings and (Long) Adaptation group numbersNow that the warning light is off I'd like to look at the measuring blocks to determine if the sensor is reading the correct fluid level in the AdBlue tank. Which measuring block should I be using? The info I've found online has measuring block #'s in the 500's & 600's. Mine only goes up to 254 in the standard measuring blocks and much less in the advanced measuring block section (can't remember the exact # at the moment).
2011+ however use UDS and all of the standardization (component identifiers in fault codes descriptions, normal numbering schemes for data, etc) is gone. I do not like UDS ... but that may have something to do with change and stubbornness. Either way, my attitude will adjust over time because UDS is becoming increasingly popular and I'm gonna need to deal with it.
I believe Peter has SCR/AdBlue MVB info and some kind of Output test procedure for CAN 3.0L EDCs so I'll mention it before I go digging.