Timing chain Mk4 2003 3.2 vr6

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Hello,
Using here vcds-mobile app to capture sychronisation of camshaft vs crankshaft on subject vehicle with a view of measuring chain and tensioner condition.
I read accross the web that 90&91 + 208&209 blocks are to be logged for this.
What is the equivalent blocks over hex-net /w vcds-mobile.
As a parallel question why when selecting an advance value location of for say 90-1 (just 90-1) it prints 4 data blocks?
 
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I read accross the web that 90&91 + 208&209 blocks are to be logged for this.
What is the equivalent blocks over hex-net /w vcds-mobile.
The measuring block values are determined by the ECU - not the diagnostic tool. They will be the same.

As a parallel question why when selecting an advance value location of for say 90-1 (just 90-1) it prints 4 data blocks?
The measuring values in a MKIV are shown in a group of block values. The group always contains 4 values. It is the way that VAG designed things. This is not a diagnostic tool thing.... So, in your reference, you want to see group 90 block 1. When you request Group 90 you will see values 1 through 4...

When logging data, you look for blocks that contain the information you want to view. Often the information is repeated in different blocks. VCDS and VCDS-Mobile will only allow 12 values to be logged. So it the user needs to identify which groups present the information they need.
 
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What is the equivalent blocks over hex-net /w vcds-mobile.
The should be shown as "locations" in the Advanced Measuring Value selections, sometying like 90-1, 90-2 .... 208-1 and so on.

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