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  1. ^^^^^^^hmm...... OK, so notwithstanding that...

    ^^^^^^^hmm...... OK, so notwithstanding that NETech's picture shows a variable 1Kohm resistor, the chart (module?) quantizes the readings from pot's slider into 255 x positions along the roof's...
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    Gary: pending a more informed response from Jack...

    Gary: pending a more informed response from Jack (his experience base in vehicle applications is far better than mine), your readings don't seem to be unreasonable. Of course "13.1 V on the negative...
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    ^^^Jack: No, I didn't know that - once again,...

    ^^^Jack: No, I didn't know that - once again, you have taught me something new - thanks.

    In another life now many years ago, I managed a small metering laboratory and I remember many hours...
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    Dave: do you have a theory for your observation?...

    Dave: do you have a theory for your observation?

    Don
    PS: the other "interesting" observation in the graph is the decreasing benefit with age of the XX chromosome in combating COVID. Probably to...
  5. NETech: very interesting - I probably should know...

    NETech: very interesting - I probably should know the answer, but what are the scales in the graph? Sorry, but graphs without axis descriptors is a pet-peeve of mine!!:facepalm:

    Don
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    Gary: I'm reading your responses to OPs with...

    Gary: I'm reading your responses to OPs with interest and I'm looking at patterns in the DTCs in your auto-scan - and I'm puzzled (which is not an unusual condition these days given my age and my...
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    Mike : very interesting (thanks) - I agree, an...

    Mike : very interesting (thanks) - I agree, an unhealthy example of the changing democratic processes.

    With the explosion of different information sources to the community, there is probably an...
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    Gary: Hi Jack is 101% correct (he normally is),...

    Gary: Hi
    Jack is 101% correct (he normally is), but with his forbearance for my interference - I get the sense that there may be a problem with the definition of terms; what do you mean by...
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    Mike: How endemic is this disturbing dynamic in...

    Mike: How endemic is this disturbing dynamic in the US elections? Regardless of whether it's the leftist/pinko/hippies that have initiated the tactic in this instance, is it something that is taken...
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    Uwe: Whilst I personally view the Donald as...

    Uwe: Whilst I personally view the Donald as evil-incarnate (hmm... probably a tad harsh - perhaps better to say "a bumbling buffoon", which is even worse) - I'm not sure that a question which has...
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    Dave: That's because the objective of a...

    Dave: That's because the objective of a politician in an interview is very different to the objective of the interviewer - as I suspect you already know!!;)

    I've always ignored politician...
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    hro0250: yes, I see the EU features in your link...

    hro0250: yes, I see the EU features in your link -but I was never suggesting that this wasn't an EU module. I was just surprised at your mention of it; my original (incorrect) assumption was that a...
  13. Tony: I had suspected that you might be a bright...

    Tony: I had suspected that you might be a bright boy (meaning that your IQ is on the RHS of the normal distribution bell-curve) - if you have understood my instructions, it confirms my suspicion!!;)...
  14. Tony: I've divided my very impromptu instructions...

    Tony: I've divided my very impromptu instructions for the ECU part into two bits; a set of pictures (referenced by numbers 1-4) and some words that relate to numbered pictures.

    The words are as...
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    ^^^Uwe: thanks. Sounds like the kernel for a...

    ^^^Uwe: thanks. Sounds like the kernel for a decision has been planted in your psyche; it's germinated and now seeks nurturing and growth before a possible confirmation?

    Don
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    ^^^ Uwe: you can (and should) be forgiven for...

    ^^^ Uwe: you can (and should) be forgiven for reading my assertion whilst wearing your capitalist hat (i.e. assuming that I was referring to a fiscal reward). Not so!! The handsome payment that I...
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    Uwe: I don't pretend to understand the...

    Uwe: I don't pretend to understand the tribulations, or the cost of forums from the host's perspective, but I've been visiting various other examples for many years now.

    Without intending any...
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    ^^^^^hmm.......... interesting, but the curious...

    ^^^^^hmm.......... interesting, but the curious dynamic in the graph begs the question - why?

    Has the virus now mutated to make it less deadly ( but more virulent), have medical practices become...
  19. ^^^^ Tony: apropose of the DTC in the ECU on your...

    ^^^^ Tony: apropose of the DTC in the ECU on your auto-scan, I note that the long-code string is like this:
    Byte Hex Binary
    0 01 00000001
    1 19 00011001
    2 00 00000000
    3 32 00110010...
  20. Jaxx:hi and welcome. I note that you have...

    Jaxx:hi and welcome.

    I note that you have posted in the new user part of the forum (rather than pre-sales support). This implies that you have actually purchased a VCDS cable.

    Before receiving...
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    hro0250: Yes, good suggestion - try the low...

    hro0250: Yes, good suggestion - try the low hanging fruit first!!

    No. I don't have any suggestions. However, if you look carefully at my spreadsheet and if you ignore the obvious differences that...
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    ^^^ wingman: interesting DTCs in the hex5F module...

    ^^^ wingman: interesting DTCs in the hex5F module in your scan - not so much because of the faults described, but more because of the faults not described!!

    On my A3 (which is also RHD) - the...
  23. Thread: If I dig a hole

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    ^^^michel: don't bother - like those in...

    ^^^michel: don't bother - like those in Australia, the Polos in New Zealand are all factory seconds (i.e. rejects); the Polos that we get down here are the cars where the production-line computers...
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    hro0250: hmm...... this situation is likely a...

    hro0250: hmm...... this situation is likely a result of a deficiency in my understanding of the modules in your instance, coupled with a dearth in the exact details of the modules that were used in...
  25. Thread: If I dig a hole

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    https://chucksblog.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451be8f69...

    https://chucksblog.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451be8f69e201b7c7604753970b-800wi
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