AdBlue Adaptation

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Is it safe to assume you have tried the Adaptation Channel 080 reset?
- Save "001" to that channel.

Also try disconnecting the fuse for the AdBlue system. Cycle the ignition to set a fault code for that system. Then re-install the fuse and try the Adaptation Channel 080 reset again.

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Yes, no luck ;(
 
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I didn't flash ECU as yet, hoping to get updated software, as I don't see a reason to update with the same software, ODIS did warn me about flashing with the older or same software and I decided to hold back until I will find newer software. Can anybody help with that PLEASE?

BTW I found something on YT and didn't see that anywhere before; MB:838 and in BS: 'Reset SCR lock'. I'm going to see that car again on Monday and will try it, don't have access to try it right away. Can anyone confirms if this will work, on the video they use VCDS 11 which will so old now :D
 
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BTW I found something on YT and didn't see that anywhere before; MB:838 and in BS: 'Reset SCR lock'.
That is a newer ECU that uses the UDS protocol, which yours does not, so the procedure in that video does not apply to your ECU.
Can anyone confirms if this will work, on the video they use VCDS 11 which will so old now
It's not a question of VCDS version. It's a question of protocol used by the ECU.


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Monday,21,June,2021,18:30:24:03250
VCDS Version: Release 21.3.0 (x64)
                Address 01: Engine
Control Module Part Number: 7L0 907 401 T
  Component and/or Version: 3.0TDI FSA  G004AG  0140
           Software Coding: 0421002A590F0968
            Work Shop Code: WSC 00046
                      VCID: 3C2A5F387A7B6CCB93B-5184

Advanced Identification
     Serial number: VWX3Z0J2905254
     Identification: BPG-810
     Revision: 33H02---
     Date: 06.01.10
     Test stand number: 1328
     Manufacturer number: 0105
Flash Status
     Programming Attempts: 5
     Successful Attempts: 4
     Programming Status: 00000000
     Required Conditions: 00000000
     Flash Tool Code: 15728640 003 57150
     Flash Date: 25.06.19
Software
          A5.2.4
Misc.
     Hardware number: 7L0 907 401 K
     Lot Number: <> 
     Type Lock: <>  
Car Info
     Chassis Number: WVGFK6A90AD002910
     Engine code: CAT
VCDS Info:
       VCID: 3C2A5F387A7B6CCB93B-5184
       Labels: 059-907-401-CAT1.clb
       Readiness: No script available
that is before my attempt
 
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SO I flashed that ECU twice today, first with the same 1.4 software. 40min later, flash was complete and the AdBlue warning message remained, I decided to run the reset procedure with the same result :( Then I decided to flash with older software 1.0 and that one didn't help either :( The engine doesn't start still. At this moment I'm not sure if this car has a software issue but faulty AdBlue components. What do you think?
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