Wanted. Audi A1 or Q3 BCM (PQ35) Measuring Block Maps

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I'm looking to identify the MVB specific to G525 (Rear lid - closed sensor 1) in the CAN protocol (8U/FS) Q3 PQ35 BCM module. The Q5 and Q7 models used a G525 and G526 sensor but the Q3 only uses G525. That BCM would look like this NAR example:

>> Address 09: Cent. Elect. (J519) Labels:. 8X0-907-063.clb
>> Part No SW: 8X0 907 063 AC HW: 8X0 907 063 AC
>> Component: BCM PQ35 M 113 0817
>> Revision: AC113817
>> Coding: EF000A0FA80336C424184BC021440DCD50FF66AA016F91BBE4080684E0C5
I'm looking for 2 specific measuring Block function map conditions:

  1. MVB Map with the hood (bonnet), doors and rear hatch (boot) all closed.
  2. MVB Map with the hatch lid open but with the hood and doors still closed.
Hopefully that allows us to locate the MVB specific to G525.

Side note, similar to the Q5 and Q7 we learned that a incorrectly installed switch won't set a fault code but will result in inoperative hatch lights. This occurred most frequently after body repairs and trailer hitch retrofits on the Q5/7 models but recently encountered it on a Q3 so I'd like to document it in the label. If someone is willing to unplug the switch for science I'd also like to know if this code is stored 02914 (but please don't mix that experiment with the above map request).
 
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Additional info. Per an SSP search, the 8X Audi A1 also uses that 8X0 part number series BCM in addition to G525. For that reason the same maps from an A1 would be helpful.
 
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Just pushed this on Github, maybe usefull.

099,0,Rear hatch (boot) Hall Sensor (G525)
099,2,Rear hatch,Sensor x,0 = Rear hatch (boot) Open\n1 = Rear hatch (boot) closed\n2 = Unknown Hall Sensor failure or too low/high power supply
 
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Awesome! I had one map set that encountered a communication error so I didn't fully trust it. Now that you point that group out:

Shut, plugged in:
99,0,,
99,1,,,
; ,,
99,2,,,
;1,,
99,3,,,
; ,,
99,4,,,

Unplugged G525:
99,0,,
99,1,,,
; , ,
99,2,,,
;2,Count,
99,3,,,
; , ,
99,4,,,

Thanks Niels!
 
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