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    Why? They are both in the same Car Repair...

    Why? They are both in the same Car Repair Section. We do not need/want two threads for the same problem/question in the same car.

    Your new thread is going away.

    -Uwe-
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    I fixed the link in Jack's post (two posts up). ...

    I fixed the link in Jack's post (two posts up).

    -Uwe-
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    Yes. That has all the detail. Only one...

    Yes. That has all the detail. Only one problem: It's a bit hard to read when run through the [Print] function in VCDS. It would be more readable if you posted the native .txt file that VCDS...
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    The Gateway Installation List only shows a list...

    The Gateway Installation List only shows a list of module names and addresses. It shows none of the details regarding the individual modules, so it would be better if you'd post a complete scan.
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    Sticky: We have nobody with your name or your e-mail...

    We have nobody with your name or your e-mail address in our customer records, nor did you provide a VCDS serial number when you joined the forum. Thus you are registered for the forum and can post...
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    Please post an Auto-Scan...

    Please post an Auto-Scan for context.

    -Uwe-
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    Split from the How to Get Verified thread, where...

    Split from the How to Get Verified thread, where I explicitly asked you to start a new thread.

    -Uwe-
  8. Hi and welcome. Please post an Auto-Scan...

    Hi and welcome.

    Please post an Auto-Scan for context.

    -Uwe-
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    My first guess would be a bad fan module, but if...

    My first guess would be a bad fan module, but if this car is still under warranty, I would definitely take it to the dealer. Someone is going to have to hunt down the "Coolant Fan Control Circuit ...
  10. Thread: 2014 Audi RS5

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    Somehow, I don't think it was really on. ...

    Somehow, I don't think it was really on.


    Take a look here please, or click Edit on your first post in this thread to see how I did it.

    -Uwe-
  11. Thread: lane change assist

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    Wiring problem? Lack of power to those...

    Wiring problem?

    Lack of power to those modules?

    -Uwe-
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    Check/verify connection between battery regulator...

    Check/verify connection between battery regulator module and alternator.

    Check/verify connection between HVAC module and A/C compressor.

    -Uwe-
  13. Thread: 2014 Audi RS5

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    It means the systems in question are off-line. ...

    It means the systems in question are off-line.

    Notice the last line of your scan: "VIgn 0.1V". Was the ignition on?

    Does this car start and run?

    -Uwe-
  14. I do not think a battery can produce...

    I do not think a battery can produce over-voltage. A dodgy alternator can do so, or an external battery charger that's too aggressive.

    -Uwe-
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    The fact that you are using VCDS 17.8.0 will make...

    The fact that you are using VCDS 17.8.0 will make people wonder whether they should help you, or whether this thread is headed for the Hall of Shame.

    -Uwe-
  16. Try power-cycling it. Under normal conditions,...

    Try power-cycling it. Under normal conditions, the CCM is never really powered down; it's always alive listening for remotes and such.

    Either disconnect it from the car, or disconnect the car's...
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    "Component Protection" will have to be dealt with...

    "Component Protection" will have to be dealt with by the dealer (or an independent with the requisite credentials to access the VW/Audi corporate server).

    Do you have a scan from a time when the...
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    Pretty much all of it. We take them to a...

    Pretty much all of it. We take them to a butcher / meat-processor who returns the meat in a form that has a high spousal acceptance factor. That means it's vacuum-packed, much as if it came from...
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    OK, that really is all the same except for the...

    OK, that really is all the same except for the serial number. At this point, I'm out of ideas and the only suggestion I have is to try what darkchina811 suggested in post #15.

    -Uwe-
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    Perhaps I am blind, but I do not see it there. ...

    Perhaps I am blind, but I do not see it there.

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  21. Hmm, I am not seeing the obvious answer there...

    Hmm, I am not seeing the obvious answer there that I was hoping for. So at the moment, I'm scratching my head.

    -Uwe-
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    Atom CPUs can be a bit dodgy on newer cars with...

    Atom CPUs can be a bit dodgy on newer cars with legacy cables where all the low-level stuff is done by the PC.

    I think you're on the right track though -- process of elimination.

    -Uwe-
  23. Hi and welcome. Please use the standard...

    Hi and welcome.

    Please use the standard English version of VCDS for posting data in this forum. You can download it from this page and it will happily coexist on your PC with the French version...
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    I think it is a missing message from the...

    I think it is a missing message from the transmission. Except that this car appears to be a manual.

    Have you got a scan from when the old Haldex was still in the car?

    -Uwe-
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    That one works a whole lot better, doesn't it? ...

    That one works a whole lot better, doesn't it? ;)


    Your ABS is "MK100IPB". IPB stands for "Integrated Parking Brake".

    The pad-change procedure can be found here.


    -Uwe-
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