2006 Audi A6 C6 ABS Fault 01435

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Nothing worse than a lie huh?
Jack: Chill out. The OP here is a legitimate RT customer working on a 13 year old car. Does it really matter where his wiring diagrams came from?

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Jack: Chill out. The OP here is a legitimate RT customer working on a 13 year old car. Does it really matter where his wiring diagrams came from?

-Uwe-
Uwe it wasn't a matter of calling him out, it is a matter of confirming the information is correct for the car and without having to click on a link externally or going on a Easter egg hunt to do it.

There is no VIN number or PR data to help build all verification of data & harder to check on FOD.

When searching through similar data quick in the past & from other auto-scans I didn't find the G201 in my notes, so as aforementioned I mentioned the other PSI sensors & made request for the screenshots.

Now I make up screen shots all the time from stuff on web than altered to make different to try and protect copyright or from old books I have & post to help and you know this is indeed a fact!

Each time I make a consistent request here it is met with apprehension.

Now if someone is going to start running their mouth, A. That it can't be done or B. Saying something I know or believe is false just to try and make me look like I'm arguing, then, fuck emm!

You get upset at me when I argue too much so I try to not do it & I love a good debate! :rolleyes:

How about we start over?

OP removed from block.

OP please provide your VIN number & so we can check the microfiche for the proper parts to be correct in your car and build a PR tag to detect FOD?

Please provide the alleged screen shot here & as I asked you before & are making ref too, this way to cross check the data and because you got said data from questionable sources and not ERWIN?

Why am I catching shit for actually trying to help someone within the boundaries of the RT Church?
 
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I'm scratching my head wondering what the sense is in hiding the VIN on such an old car. I kinda understand doing that with a brand-new car that's still under warranty, especially if someone is tweaking or tuning it. But on a car this old, with almost 190,000 miles on it? :confused:

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I'm scratching my head wondering what the sense is in hiding the VIN on such an old car. I kinda understand doing that with a brand-new car that's still under warranty, especially if someone is tweaking or tuning it. But on a car this old, with almost 190,000 miles on it? :confused:

-Uwe-
Fear of title scams. But given that this is a specialty forum and therefore not well-travelled compared to most of the internet...

VIN: WAUKH74F86N124065

And since Jack wants to reset, let's reset. Uwe, you made a great point about the wiring diagrams being intellectual property, so in the interest of trying to stay within Fair Use guidelines, here are screenshots of the two relevant pages. Jack, please note on page 2, at the bottom of item 12, that the G201 sensor is integrated.



 
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And here is every PR code for my car straight from an Audi dealer's service center, including PR codes that aren't included on the vehicle sticker. Nothing has been retrofitted to my car, no mods have been made. All replacement parts have been either factory original (new or from junkyard cars) or from brands sold by WorldPAC or ECS Tuning. My ABS module is the factory original part, as are all braking components other than wear parts (obviously) and the brake pedal switch.

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Vehicle Data

 

    Vehicle Data 

 

Brand: A VIN: WAUKH74F86N124065 Country Code: USA

Model Year: 2006 Description: A6 Avant q 3.2 V6188 A6 Importer: 444

Model Code: 4F55NL Production Date: 2005-12-15 Dealer Number: 08C15

Engine Code: BKH Delivery Date: 2006-07-31    

Transmission Code: HYR Type Approval Number:     

 

Color Trim

Model

 

Color Code

Paint number (Paint No.)

description

Exterior (body/roof) A2/A2 LY9B  Brilliant Black/Brilliant Black

Interior NM   amaretto brown/black-black/black/ silver

Warranty Key

Code

Description

Change Date

 

Service life

US2 Current customer Californian state 2016-08-17 

 U09 Xenon Bulb EXT 4/50,000 US only 2011-06-06 

 

PR Numbers

 

No. 

 

 

Origin 

 

 

Family 

 

 

Description 

 

 

0G7 L GES Tiptronic

 0HP L AED Vehicle class differentiation 4F0

 0JL L GKV Weight category front axle weight range 11

 0LB L SIZ Special plates/stickers/ safety certificates for USA

 0M5 L KBV Fuel tank

 0N5 L HIA Standard rear axle

 0SS L SAU Labels/plates in English and French

 0TD L ZFM Front and rear floor mats

 0VM L BTA Information kit in American English

 0W2 L AKZ Label for central electric English-speaking countries

 0YM L GKH Weight range 12 installation control only, no requirement forecast

 1A2 L KRS Fuel system for SI engine with direct injection (FSI)

 1BA L DAE Standard suspension/shock absorption

 1C2 L FRO Antifreeze up to -35 degree celsius tolerance up to -40 degree C

 1D0 L AHV Without trailer hitch

 1EP L TYP Special identification plate (USA)

 1KD L BAH Disc brakes, rear

 1LG L BAV Disc brakes, front

 1N3 L LEN Speed-related variable steering assist (Servotronic)

 1PA L ABR Standard wheel bolts

 1S1 L BOW Tool kit and jack

 1SA L TWU Without additional engine guard

 1T1 L VBK First aid kit

 1VH L TWL Installation parts for six-cylinder engine

 1WG L GFW Transmission shafts w/ 88 mm in diameter

 1X1 L ATA Four wheel drive

 1XL E LRA Multi-function steering wheel with Tiptronic (leather + wood)

 1YF L GFH Transmission shafts for rear axle diameter 75.5

 1Z6 L KRM Increase in initial standard fuel filling

 2C5 L LSS Axial and vertical adjustable steering column

 2G1 L EBB Insert for the filling up of unleaded fuel

 2K2 L SFS reinforced bumpers

 2WA L ZBR Without additional tires

 2Z1 L TYZ Type sign at rear and "Quattro" nameplates respectively

 3B7 L ZKV Child seat anchor according to Canadian requirements and child seat system ISOFIX

 3F4 L RER Spare wheel with original equipment tire

 3FE L DEI Electric slide/tilt sunroof with sun screen/sunblind

 3G0 L KSI Without child seat anchor front (ISOFIX)

 3GN L LBH Variable cargo area concept

 3L4 P SIE Electric seat adjustment for both front seats, driver's seat with memory system

 3NZ L HIS Rear seat bench unsplit, backrest split folding

 3S1 L DAR Bright roof rails

 3X2 P DLS Load-through provision

 3Y3 E SSR Roll-up sun screen for rear window and rear side windows

 4A4 P SIH Seat heater for front and rear seats separately controlled

 4D0 L KMS Without seat ventilation/massage seat

 4GP L WSS Windshield in heat-insulating glass withsunshield and viewing window for vehicleidentification number

 4H5 L KDS Electrically operated child lock

 4K7 P TKV Central locking system "Keyless Entry" "two-stage unlocking"

 4KC L SSH Side and rear windows in heat-insulatingglass

 4L7 P IRS Breakaway interior rear view mirror, automatically dimming, with compass

 4UB L AIB Air bag for NAR

 4W0 L KBO Without cassette and CD storage unit

 4X3 L SAB Side air bag front with curtain air bag

 4Y0 L VSS Without storage compartment/safe box

 4ZB L ZIE Bright moldings

 5A5 L GRV Trunk lining, with stowage trays

 5C1 L KSA Body measures for increased safety requirements

 5D2 L TRF Carrier frequency 315 MHz

 5J0 L HES Without rear spoiler

 5K4 L LAC Without paint preservative

 5MG L EIH Decorative inserts, burr-walnut

 5NF L FHE Interstop gas prop for tailgate

 5RW L ASR Right exterior mirror: convex (US) large viewing field

 5SG L ASL Left exterior mirror: flat

 5XH L SON Sun visors with illuminated vanity mirror on driver's and front seat passenger's side

 6FA L BBO Components without special surface appearance

 6M1 P GPS Tie down straps

 6NQ E HIM Standard molded headlining

 6Q3 E SAG Wooden gearshift knob/handle

 6SS L KBB Luggage compartment floor covering

 6U7 L ZTD Additional dust protection measures

 6V2 L HEB Rear trim panel

 6W3 L KZV License plate bracket front (small, NAR)

 6XL P ASE Exterior mirrors: with memory function, automatically dimming, electrically foldable/adjustable/heated

 7A2 L CDW CD changer

 7AN L EDW Anti-theft alarm system, backup horn andtowing protection

 7B2 L STD 12-volt socket in luggage boot

 7GA L AGM Emission standard LEV 2

 7K7 L RDK Tire pressure control, frequency 433 MHzbasic level version

 7M1 L EIL Scuff plates in door apertures with metal inserts

 7P1 L LOR Power adjustable lumbar support in frontseats

 7Q2 P NAV Navigation system with color screen

 7QA L CDR Without CD/DVD for navigation

 7X1 P EPH Park distance control

 7Y0 L SPU Without lane change assistant

 8DY L RAO Radio "HIGH" America

 8EH P HSW Bi-functional headlight with gas discharge lamp, for driving on the right(US design)

 8GV L GEN Alternator 180 A

 8K9 P FLS Separate daytime running lights with low beam assistant and "Coming Home" function

 8Q5 P LWR Headlight-range adjustment, automatic/ dynamic with dynamic bending light (AFS 1)

 8RY P LSE Speakers with BOSE sound

 8SL L SBR Taillight assemblies with diodes (LED) (for NAR)

 8T1 L GRA Cruise control system (CCS)

 8TF L NEL Rear fog lights, left and right

 8X0 L SWR Without headlight washer system

 8Z6 L MKU Hot country

 9AQ L HKA Air conditioning plus

 9M0 L ZUH Without auxiliary/parking heater

 9P5 L SGK Seat belt reminder, optical and acousticelectric contact

 9Q4 P MFA Multi-function display/on-board computerwith check control

 9ZG L VTV Mobile phone preparation with hands-freespeaking system

 4E2 L SDH Tailgate/trunk lid release from inside (electrically)

 6E3 L MAS Front center armrest

 A00 L SAH No self-collection

 A8U I AUS Executive US equipment

 B0A L BLB Component parts set without country-specific design requirement

 B34 L TPL Legal requirements USA

 C00 L COC Operating permit, initial registration

 CC9 P RAD Alloy wheels 8J x 18

 D2G L MOT 6-cyl. gasoline eng. 3.2 L/188 kW (24V) FSI, homogeneous base engine is T14

 E0A L AAU No special edition

 F0A L FZS No special purpose vehicle, standard equipment

 FA0 L SVO Control of standard production

 FC1 E IND Customized installation

 FM0 L MDS Basic equipment variant

 FQ0 L QGM Standard production wheels

 G0R I GSP 6-speed automatic transmission for four-wheel drive vehicle

 GZ0 L EST Manually operated doors

 H6E P REI All-weather tires 245/40 R 18 97H (NAR)

 J0B L BAT 520 A (92 Ah) battery

 K8D I KAR Station Wagon Variant/Avant

 L0L L LEA Left-hand drive vehicle

 N0K E SIB Leather seat covering

 NT2 L TSP Transit coating (type 3)

 PAW G  cold-weather package USA

 PPX G  premium package

 PRF G  cast aluminium alloy wheels, 8Jx18, 7-arm design, with 245/40 R 18 tyres

 Q1A L VOS Standard front seats

 QE1 P ALG Tray areas package 1

 QH2 P SPR Voice control

 QQ1 L LCP With additional lights (interior lighting)

 QU0 P TVE Satellite radio reception USA

 T14 I GMO 6-cylinder gasoline engine 3.2 L Unit 06E.A (ALU)

 U1B L INS Instrument insert with mph speedometer, clock, tachometer and trip odometer

 V0A L REL Tires w/o specification of tire brand

 VC1 P GRT Remote-controlled garage door opener

 WTC G  technology package

 X9A G  National sales program USA
 
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I'm scratching my head wondering what the sense is in hiding the VIN on such an old car. I kinda understand doing that with a brand-new car that's still under warranty, especially if someone is tweaking or tuning it. But on a car this old, with almost 190,000 miles on it?


-Uwe-
:banghead:



Just look at the info now had for collective to commence........... :D



Fear of title scams. But given that this is a specialty forum and therefore not well-travelled compared to most of the internet...

VIN: WAUKH74F86N124065

And since Jack wants to reset, let's reset. Uwe, you made a great point about the wiring diagrams being intellectual property, so in the interest of trying to stay within Fair Use guidelines, here are screenshots of the two relevant pages. Jack, please note on page 2, at the bottom of item 12, that the G201 sensor is integrated.
Forgiven .........

Hey look what I found ..........on the net too!

Thank you for posting the screen shot my new friend now that we understand each other and you recognize my asshole ways!

This is the component finder not the WD but yes the part is in the ABS manifold.

Just because something is part of something and the dealer doesn't offer in RTFB & yes being very vague at times or not as a spare part & to force sell the unit, doesn't mean it can be tested, observed or sourced elsewhere!

The forum to me is about learning & sharing but not one sided inputs and most of all I want people to work safe!

That safety starts with qualifying that at the very least, the information you are reading is actually consistent to the platform!

https://i.postimg.cc/pPP393bG/G201.png?dl=1





Vehicle Identification No.WAUKH74F86N124065
Modelaudi a6 av. qu. 3.2
A6
Date of production15.12.2005
Model year2006
Sales type4F55NL
Engine CodeBKH
Transmission CodeHYR
Axle drive6A
EquipmentNM
Roof colorA2
Carpet color code
Exterior color / Paint CodeA2 / Y9B

FOD CHECK IN PROCESS!

ABS module is correct....check!



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[TH="align: left"]Special editions[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]E0A[/TD]
[TD]Without special action equipment[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Lockable wheel bolts[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1PA[/TD]
[TD]Standard wheel bolts[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Vehicle class differentiation
units/platform components[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0HP[/TD]
[TD]Vehicle class differentiation -4F0-[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Emission standard[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7GA[/TD]
[TD]Emission standard LEV 2[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Trailer hitch[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1D0[/TD]
[TD]without trailer towing[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]airbag[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4UB[/TD]
[TD]Airbag for NAR[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Label for central electric[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0W2[/TD]
[TD]Label for central electric system
English-speaking countries[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Tray areas package[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]QE1[/TD]
[TD]Storage compartment package 1[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Exterior mirror setting[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]6XL[/TD]
[TD]Exterior mirrors with memory feature,
auto-dimming, power-folding/adjustable/
heated[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Left exterior mirror[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]5SG[/TD]
[TD]Left exterior mirror, flat[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Right exterior mirror[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]5RW[/TD]
[TD]Right exterior mirror, convex (US)
large viewing field[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Drive type[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1X1[/TD]
[TD]Four-wheel drive[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Equipment levels[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]A8U[/TD]
[TD]Executive US equipment[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Brake type in rear[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1KD[/TD]
[TD]Disc brakes in rear[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]batteries[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]J0B[/TD]
[TD]520 A (92 Ah) battery[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Brake type, front[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1LG[/TD]
[TD]Silver caliper[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Components with special surface[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]6FA[/TD]
[TD]Components without special surface
appearance[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Component part sets with
country-specific design requirements[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]B0A[/TD]
[TD]build parts set without county specific documentatio[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]vehicle tools and jack[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1S1[/TD]
[TD]vehicle tools and jack[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Owner's manuals[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0VM[/TD]
[TD]Information kit in American English[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]CD ROM/DVD/SD card[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7QA[/TD]
[TD]Without CD/DVD for navigation[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]CD changer/CD player[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7A2[/TD]
[TD]CD changer[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]General operating permit, alterations[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]C00[/TD]
[TD]Operating permit, initial registration[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Shock absorption/suspension, chassis[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1BA[/TD]
[TD]Federung/Daempfung, standard[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Roof rails/roof load rack[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]3S1[/TD]
[TD]Bright roof rails[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Roof insert/convertible top[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]3FE[/TD]
[TD]Tilting and sliding glass sunroof with
sunbshade[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Load-through hatch/ski bag[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]3X2[/TD]
[TD]Load-through hatch[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Insert for the filling up of unleaded
fuel/fuel type[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]2G1[/TD]
[TD]Insert for the filling up of unleaded
fuel[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Theft protection system[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7AN[/TD]
[TD]Anti-theft alarm system, backup horn and
towing protection[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Inserts[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]5MG[/TD]
[TD]Decorative inserts, burr-walnut[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Scuff plates[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7M1[/TD]
[TD]Scuff plates in door apertures with
metal inserts[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Park distance control[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7X1[/TD]
[TD]Park distance control[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Power-operated door (power latching)[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]GZ0[/TD]
[TD]door, manually operated[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Hood and trunk stay[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]5NF[/TD]
[TD]Interstop gas prop for tailgate[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Headlight activation[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8K9[/TD]
[TD]Daytime headlights with automatic headlight control
and coming home function[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Antifreeze[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1C2[/TD]
[TD]Antifreeze up to -35 degree celsius
tolerance up to -40 degree C[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Vehicle specifications[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]F0A[/TD]
[TD]No special purpose vehicle, standard
equipment[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Alternators[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8GV[/TD]
[TD]Alternator 180 A[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Transmission types/gearshift mechanisms[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0G7[/TD]
[TD]tiptronic[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Transmission shafts, rear axle[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1YF[/TD]
[TD]Transmission shafts for rear axle,
diameter 75.5[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Transmission shafts[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1WG[/TD]
[TD]Transmission shafts 88 mm in diameter[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Weight category rear axle[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0YM[/TD]
[TD]Weight range 12
installation control only, no
requirement forecast[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Weight category front axle[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0JL[/TD]
[TD]Weight category front axle
weight range 11[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Base engine[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]T14[/TD]
[TD]6-cyl. petrol engine 3.2 l assembly 06E.A (ALU)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Tie down straps/net/pocket[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]6M1[/TD]
[TD]Tie down straps[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]cruise control system[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8T1[/TD]
[TD]Cruise control system (CCS)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Garage door opener[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]VC1[/TD]
[TD]Garage door opener[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Luggage compartment trim[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]5A5[/TD]
[TD]Luggage compartment trim, with storage
compartments[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Transmission specifications[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]G0R[/TD]
[TD]6-speed automatic transmission for
four-wheel drive[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Rear trim panel[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]6V2[/TD]
[TD]Rear trim panel[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Rear spoiler[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]5J0[/TD]
[TD]Without rear spoiler[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Rear axle[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0N5[/TD]
[TD]Standard rear axle[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Molded headliner[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]6NQ[/TD]
[TD]Standard molded headlining[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Rear seats[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]3NZ[/TD]
[TD]Rear bench seat, not split, split backrest, folding[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Heating and air-conditioning system[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]9AQ[/TD]
[TD]Air conditioning plus[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Headlamps[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8EH[/TD]
[TD]Bi-functional headlamps with gas
discharge lamp, for driving on the right
(US design)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Customized installation[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]FC1[/TD]
[TD]Customized installation[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Instrument clusters[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]U1B[/TD]
[TD]Instrument cluster with mph
speedometer, clock, tachometer and trip
odometer[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Breakaway interior rearview mirror[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4L7[/TD]
[TD]Breakaway interior rearview mirror,
auto-dimming, with compass[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Body style[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]K8D[/TD]
[TD]Wagon/Avant[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Luggage compartment floor covering[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]6SS[/TD]
[TD]Luggage compartment floor covering[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Cassette and CD storage unit[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4W0[/TD]
[TD]without cassette / CD tray[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Fuel tank capacity[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0M5[/TD]
[TD]Fuel tank[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]child safety[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4H5[/TD]
[TD]Electrically operated child lock[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Seat ventilation/massage seat[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4D0[/TD]
[TD]Without seat ventilation/massage seat[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Fuel quantity for initial filling[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1Z6[/TD]
[TD]Increase in initial standard fuel
filling[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Fuel systems[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1A2[/TD]
[TD]Fuel system for SI engine with direct
injection (FSI)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Body measures[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]5C1[/TD]
[TD]Body measures for increased safety
requirements[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Child seat anchors in front[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]3G0[/TD]
[TD]Without child seat anchora in front
(ISOFIX)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Front license plate bracket[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]6W3[/TD]
[TD]License plate bracket front (small, NAR)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Paint preservative/transit coating[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]5K4[/TD]
[TD]with no paint conversation[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Rear cargo area[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]3GN[/TD]
[TD]Variable cargo area concept[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Light package (lighting)[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]QQ1[/TD]
[TD]With additional lights (interior
lighting)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Steering system arrangement[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]L0L[/TD]
[TD]Left-hand drive[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]steering[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1N3[/TD]
[TD]Speed-related variable steering assist
(Servotronic)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Lumbar support[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7P1[/TD]
[TD]Power adjustable lumbar support in front
seats[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]steering wheels[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1XL[/TD]
[TD]Multi-function steering wheel with
tiptronic (leather + wood)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Speaker installation[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8RY[/TD]
[TD]loudspeaker with BOSE-sound[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Steering column systems[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]2C5[/TD]
[TD]Steering column, adjusted axially and vertically[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Headlight range control[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8Q5[/TD]
[TD]Dynamic headlight range control,
with cornering light (AFS 1)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Center armrest[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]6E3[/TD]
[TD]Center armrest in front[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Versions[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]FM0[/TD]
[TD]Basic equipment variant[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Multi-function display/trip computer[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]9Q4[/TD]
[TD]Multi-function display/trip computer
with check control[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Engine cooling[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8Z6[/TD]
[TD]Hot country[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Engine specifications[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]D2G[/TD]
[TD]6-cylinder SI engine 3.2 l/188 kW (24V)
FSI, homogeneous
base engine is T14[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Navigation device[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7Q2[/TD]
[TD]navigation system with colour screen[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]rear fog lamp[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8TF[/TD]
[TD]Rear fog lights, left and right[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Audi Sport/ Quattro GmbH[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]FQ0[/TD]
[TD]Series wheels[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Wheels[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]CC9[/TD]
[TD]Alloy wheels 8J x 18[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Radios[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8DY[/TD]
[TD]Radio "HIGH" America[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Tire pressure monitoring system[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7K7[/TD]
[TD]Tire pressure monitoring system 433 MHz
Basic[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]tire[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]H6E[/TD]
[TD]All-weather tires 245/40 R 18 97H (NAR)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Tire suppliers[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]V0A[/TD]
[TD]Tires without specification of tire
brand[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Spare wheel/breakdown kit[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]3F4[/TD]
[TD]spare wheel as road wheel[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"][/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]PAW[/TD]
[TD]cold-weather package USA[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"][/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]PPX[/TD]
[TD]premium package[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"][/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]PRF[/TD]
[TD]cast aluminium alloy wheels, 8Jx18,
7-arm design, with 245/40 R 18 tyres[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"][/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]WTC[/TD]
[TD]technology package[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Side airbag[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4X3[/TD]
[TD]Side airbag in front, with curtain
airbag[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Gearshift knob/handle[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]6Q3[/TD]
[TD]Gearshift knob/handle in wood[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Self-collection / special control[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]A00[/TD]
[TD]No self-collection[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Special labels/plates[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0SS[/TD]
[TD]Labels in English and French[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Tail lamp assemblies[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8SL[/TD]
[TD]Taillight assemblies with diodes (LED)
(for NAR)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Locking mechanism for boot lid/cover
rear[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4E2[/TD]
[TD]Tailgate/trunk lid release
from inside (electrically)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Bumper systems[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]2K2[/TD]
[TD]bumper reinforced[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Seat belt check[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]9P5[/TD]
[TD]Visual and acoustic seat belt reminder,
electric contact[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]seat covers[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]N0K[/TD]
[TD]Seat trim covers in leather[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Seat adjustment[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]3L4[/TD]
[TD]Electric seat adjustment for both front
seats, driver's seat with memory system[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]seat heater[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4A4[/TD]
[TD]Seat heater for front and rear seats
separately controlled[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Safety certificate[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0LB[/TD]
[TD]With special labels
safety certificates for USA[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]sun visors[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]5XH[/TD]
[TD]Sun visors, with vanity mirror
illuminated on driver's and front passenger side[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Audio-response system/voice control[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]QH2[/TD]
[TD]voice control[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Lane change assist/lane keeping system[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7Y0[/TD]
[TD]no lane change assistant[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Side and rear windows[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4KC[/TD]
[TD]Side and rear windows in heat-insulating
glass[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Sunroof roller blind for rear/side windows[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]3Y3[/TD]
[TD]Roll-up sunhade for rear window and
rear door windows[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]power outlet[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]7B2[/TD]
[TD]12 volt socket in luggage compartment[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Handling production and pre-production[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]FA0[/TD]
[TD]Control of standard production[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Headlamp washer system[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]8X0[/TD]
[TD]Without headlamp washer system[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Door and lid locking system[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4K7[/TD]
[TD]Central locking system "Keyless Entry"
"two-stage unlocking"[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Type approval countries/countries with
special requirements[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]B34[/TD]
[TD]Legal requirements USA[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Carrier frequency for remote control[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]5D2[/TD]
[TD]Carrier frequency 315 MHz[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Transit coating[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]NT2[/TD]
[TD]Transit coating (type 3)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]TV reception/digital radio reception[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]QU0[/TD]
[TD]Satellite radio reception USA[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Assembly parts for engine (drive bearing)[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1VH[/TD]
[TD]Assembly part for 6-cyl. engine[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Front underbody guard[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1SA[/TD]
[TD]Without additional front underbody guard[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Identification plates[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1EP[/TD]
[TD]Special identification label (USA)[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Type sign[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]2Z1[/TD]
[TD]Type sign at rear
and "Quattro" nameplates respectively[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]First aid kit / warning triangle[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]1T1[/TD]
[TD]First aid kit[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Front seats[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]Q1A[/TD]
[TD]Standard seats in front[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Storage compartment -- veneered key storage box[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4Y0[/TD]
[TD]Without storage compartment/safe box[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Telephone / telematics[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]9ZG[/TD]
[TD]preperation for mobile phone with hands free teleph.[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Windshield Glass[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4GP[/TD]
[TD]Windshield in heat-insulating glass with
sunshield and viewing window for vehicle
identification number[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Additional tires (snow tires)[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]2WA[/TD]
[TD]without spare tyre[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]floor mats[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]0TD[/TD]
[TD]Front and rear floor mats[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Decorative trims[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]4ZB[/TD]
[TD]Bright decorative trims[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Additional child seat anchors[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]3B7[/TD]
[TD]Child seat anchors as per Canadian
requirements a. ISOFIX child seat system[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Additional dust seals[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]6U7[/TD]
[TD]Additional dust protection measures[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TH="align: left"]Auxiliary heating system[/TH]
[TD="class: prCode"]9M0[/TD]
[TD]Without auxiliary heater/parking heater[/TD]
[/TR]
[/TABLE]
 
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Hey look what I found ..........on the net too!

Thank you for posting the screen shot my new friend now that we understand each other and you recognize my asshole ways!

This is the component finder not the WD but yes the part is in the ABS manifold.

Just because something is part of something and the dealer doesn't offer in RTFB & yes being very vague at times or not as a spare part & to force sell the unit, doesn't mean it can be tested, observed or sourced elsewhere!

The forum to me is about learning & sharing but not one sided inputs and most of all I want people to work safe!

That safety starts with qualifying that at the very least, the information you are reading is actually consistent to the platform!

https://i.postimg.cc/pPP393bG/G201.png?dl=1
Now that it looks like you're done with edits...

Any idea if any of those outputs are the G201 pressure sensor? If so, how do I test it, especially given that it is a rare intermittent failure (and not always from a cold start)? Please understand, while I work in a technical field (wireless telecom) and have a background in computer tech support, my knowledge of electrical engineering is rather lacking, so I need "idiot" instructions.

I do have my junkyard module that I can perform initial experiments on.
 
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Now that it looks like you're done with edits...

Any idea if any of those outputs are the G201 pressure sensor? If so, how do I test it, especially given that it is a rare intermittent failure (and not always from a cold start)? Please understand, while I work in a technical field (wireless telecom) and have a background in computer tech support, my knowledge of electrical engineering is rather lacking, so I need "idiot" instructions.

I do have my junkyard module that I can perform initial experiments on.

I don't give instructions typically, I simply ask questions that you can surmise with your own tests and answers by using your own determinations, right? :rolleyes:

How about benching it and hooking up on K line/CAN etc. and seeing what is needed for inputs to power up on bench & to establish a reading and DTC list to vacate it with decade box for mere statics using VCDS?

You have a used unit and pigtail right?

Since you want instructions and the part is a combined component as per RTFB, I would say do a repair as per the RTFB & that comports with a qualified repair, however, before doing so, double check it isn't a recall or open campaign & for a free repair & if not; at least report that you have experienced a problem to the US Government & so if there is a campaign later, you can get reimbursed, right?

https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/VehicleComplaint/
 
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I don't give instructions typically, I simply ask questions that you can surmise with your own tests and answers by using your own determinations, right? :rolleyes:

How about benching it and hooking up on K line/CAN etc. and seeing what is needed for inputs to power up on bench & to establish a reading and DTC list to vacate it with decade box for mere statics using VCDS?

You have a used unit and pigtail right?

Since you want instructions and the part is a combined component as per RTFB, I would say do a repair as per the RTFB & that comports with a qualified repair, however, before doing so, double check it isn't a recall or open campaign & for a free repair & if not; at least report that you have experienced a problem to the US Government & so if there is a campaign later, you can get reimbursed, right?

https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/VehicleComplaint/
I have a used spare unit, I do not have a pigtail. I also do not know anything about how the CANBUS or K-Line communications protocols work, nor do I believe I have all the necessary diagnostics tools to simulate it. I also don't have a decade box, though that seems like the easiest component to acquire. All in all, it seems like this level of diagnosis is beyond my abilities/capabilities.

There also does not appear to be an active recall, investigation, or even complaint registered about this particular issue. Brake complaints seem to revolve around the parking brake switch or parking brake control module (located in the trunk), not the ABS module. I'll register a complaint once I can verify a repair solution.

I guess I'm back to swapping the module... again.
 
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I have a used spare unit, I do not have a pigtail. I also do not know anything about how the CANBUS or K-Line communications protocols work, nor do I believe I have all the necessary diagnostics tools to simulate it. I also don't have a decade box, though that seems like the easiest component to acquire. All in all, it seems like this level of diagnosis is beyond my abilities/capabilities.

There also does not appear to be an active recall, investigation, or even complaint registered about this particular issue. Brake complaints seem to revolve around the parking brake switch or parking brake control module (located in the trunk), not the ABS module. I'll register a complaint once I can verify a repair solution.

I guess I'm back to swapping the module... again.

You sure about that and someone has to start someplace even if the first. no?
 
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You sure about that and someone has to start someplace even if the first. no?
Yeah, I'm pretty sure. I just finished reading through all 63 complains associated with my VIN number's model. (I was particularly amused by the person who "parked" their vehicle, left it in drive, didn't use the parking brake, turned off the ignition, then had the thing roll over their foot because they didn't engage any mechanism by which to keep it from rolling.)

If you know something I don't, please share.
 
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Yeah, I'm pretty sure. I just finished reading through all 63 complains associated with my VIN number's model. (I was particularly amused by the person who "parked" their vehicle, left it in drive, didn't use the parking brake, turned off the ignition, then had the thing roll over their foot because they didn't engage any mechanism by which to keep it from rolling.)

If you know something I don't, please share.


If I see anything in my travels maybe I will, right now watching jets fly around here.

not related but...........:p

https://forums.ross-tech.com/showth...ANYTHING-GOES!&p=174303&viewfull=1#post174303
 
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OK, update time.

I finally found the time to install my junkyard ABS module today, only to find out it is for front-wheel drive, not all-wheel drive. (K suffix is apparently FWD, L suffix is apparently AWD). Didn't find out until I had finished installing, bleeding, etc., and turned the car back on to start testing. Good thing I deliberately ordered 2 more cans of brake fluid than I actually needed.

With that idea dead, I turned my attention to the actual pump half of the module instead. Using Jack's reference photo from page 6, I'm assuming the black thing with (4) electrical contacts on it is the pressure sensor, and the two blade terminals below it are the power to the actual pump inside the unit. I pulled apart both ABS modules and compared them, and aside from the part number stamped into the top of the pump, they appear identical. I believe the only actual difference between them is in the control module, possibly even just the software on the control module.

So, armed with that hope, I swapped out the pump module. I used the junkyard (K suffix) pump with my original (L suffix) control module and re-assembled once again. I have just come back from my final testing, a road test, and it appears to be functioning properly.

Now I wait to see if the 01435 error comes back.
 
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OK, update time.

I finally found the time to install my junkyard ABS module today, only to find out it is for front-wheel drive, not all-wheel drive. (K suffix is apparently FWD, L suffix is apparently AWD). Didn't find out until I had finished installing, bleeding, etc., and turned the car back on to start testing. Good thing I deliberately ordered 2 more cans of brake fluid than I actually needed.

With that idea dead, I turned my attention to the actual pump half of the module instead. Using Jack's reference photo from page 6, I'm assuming the black thing with (4) electrical contacts on it is the pressure sensor, and the two blade terminals below it are the power to the actual pump inside the unit. I pulled apart both ABS modules and compared them, and aside from the part number stamped into the top of the pump, they appear identical. I believe the only actual difference between them is in the control module, possibly even just the software on the control module.

So, armed with that hope, I swapped out the pump module. I used the junkyard (K suffix) pump with my original (L suffix) control module and re-assembled once again. I have just come back from my final testing, a road test, and it appears to be functioning properly.

Now I wait to see if the 01435 error comes back.

Induced FOD leads to improvisation!



Looks like you took a course in USMA TM 31-210 philosophy? :popcorn:






 
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Related, but different platform:

I had a mechanical fault in my MK5 Golf based Touran ABS.

They have a "Block" number engraved into the alloy block, denoting the type it is. I too swapped a 4WD module onto a 2WD block, as they used the same block number.

Glad it worked for you, as it did for me! I guess there's no particular reason whey the mechanics should be different, but you wonder why they didn't just use the same electronics and code it differently... I guess there is an extra 3 cents of diaodes and IC chips in there ;)
 
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The error came back today, though it took much longer than it previously would. I'm going to continue to monitor and see if it comes back a second time, just in case this was a "pending" code from before I performed my repairs.

Code:
Thursday,12,September,2019,06:47:59:10305
VCDS Version: Release 19.6.1 (x64) Running on Windows 10 x64
www.Ross-Tech.com

                Address 03: ABS Brakes       Labels: 4F0-910-517.clb
Control Module Part Number: 4F0 910 517 L    HW: 4F0 614 517 L
  Component and/or Version: ESP 8.0 quattro H04 0090
           Software Coding: 0020895
            Work Shop Code: WSC 02325 785 00200
                      VCID: 2D516BBEB4397F2702-8078
1 Fault Found:

01435 - Brake Pressure Sensor 1 (G201) 
            008 - Implausible Signal
             Freeze Frame:
                    Fault Status: 01101000
                    Fault Priority: 2
                    Fault Frequency: 1
                    Reset counter: 115
                    Mileage: 311037 km
                    Time Indication: 0
                    Date: 2019.09.12
                    Time: 06:49:29

             Freeze Frame:
                    Hex Value: 0x5600
                    Hex Value: 0x4006
                    Hex Value: 0x001C
                    Hex Value: 0x4EAB
                    Hex Value: 0x00FF
 
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The error came back today, though it took much longer than it previously would. I'm going to continue to monitor and see if it comes back a second time, just in case this was a "pending" code from before I performed my repairs.
Not a fluke, code returned a second time. Now I'm back to sourcing a replacement control module - the pump unit was probably fine.
 
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So... last Friday I went to my local Audi dealership just to find out how much a module would cost, with and without installation. Expensive is the answer. But while I was there, I went ahead and replaced my crappy AAA Auto flooded-cell battery with a proper Audi (Varta) AGM battery. Since doing so, I have not seen this error come back.

I'm still monitoring, but it has been a week so far.
 
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So... last Friday I went to my local Audi dealership just to find out how much a module would cost, with and without installation. Expensive is the answer. But while I was there, I went ahead and replaced my crappy AAA Auto flooded-cell battery with a proper Audi (Varta) AGM battery. Since doing so, I have not seen this error come back.

I'm still monitoring, but it has been a week so far.
... nevermind. It seems to have only reduced the frequency at which this error occurs. But it does have me wondering about my electrical system. I think I'm going to take a closer look at my alternator and voltage regulator next. It's going to take me a bit to save up for a new ABS pump anyway, and I might as well have Audi install it since it's a different part number now, and they can't/won't share the coding required for my vehicle.
 
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