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    Maybe this also give a try if 21 series base.

    213f401209270002840f02eb90200004300000

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    Thanks to all for your help.
    I will inform you about

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    Danillo78: Lots of folk throwing lots of coding strings at you, so I thought that I should too! Data comes from the auto-scan for my wife's Polo 6R

    Your part number: 6R0 907 379 AF
    My part number: 6R0 907 379 AS

    My Coding String: 23DD2885412400C8C41C146C825200800905
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    Guys, please do not randomly use coding values w/o any verification. These ESP systems will accept several incorrect values and not tell you that they are wrong, so just because it's accepted and no fault codes are stored doesn't mean it's a good value. There is only one value which is correct, the fact that you get two possible values from one source should already make you wonder. No hard feelings Jack/Niels, but there is a reason why we don't give these values out just yet...

    FWIW, Niels's values are closest I believe while whichever calculator Jack is using here - it's totally off base.
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    Okay cool
    What is totally off base Sebastian...........?

    Considering I have no Polo's here to play with............ I consider your additional smartass comment totally justified
    However, I have had good luck starting with a wrong base coding, that takes a few different codes as you aforementioned, and then tweaking as I go to select the errors out I observe.

    You have to have something in there that is accepted first based off the VIN, Engine data, and brake size,................ before you can make selection changes from a big FAT zero.

    Personally I like the idea of mandatory strongly warned auto saved auto-scans!
    A key called controller rescue config data folder based on VIN and IMMO ID for each file before you get started.
    Its very own folder dedicated to it to be saved or exported.

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    Dear guys
    This one is long coding accepted only:
    210228E3217200BA842914E984D800401300
    Now I have one problem only:
    Esp sensor unit calibration G419 and tpms doesn't work
    With wiki procedure doesn't possible.
    Some idea about?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danilo78 View Post
    Esp sensor unit calibration G419 and tpms doesn't work
    With wiki procedure doesn't possible.
    Please elaborate how/why it isn't possible.

    -Uwe-

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    I use this procedure:
    Code:
    ESP-Sensor Unit (G419)
    [Select]
    [03 - ABS Brakes]
    [Security Access - 16]
    Enter 40168
    [Do It!]
    [Basic Settings - 04]
    Group 069
    [Go!]
    Field 2 should show OK after a successful Calibration.
    [Done, Go Back]
    [Meas. Blocks - 08]
    Group 010 Field 1/2 (Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor (G251))
    Specification: ±1.25 m/s˛
    [Done, Go Back]
    
    [Fault Codes - 02]
    All fault codes should have disappeared.
    [Done, Go Back]
    [Close Controller, Go Back - 06]
    After security access, I go to basic settings and group 69 doesn't exist in my abs unit
    This is my problem
    Last edited by Danilo78; 10-02-2014 at 11:40 AM.

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    I guess that is for Audi A4 (8E).
    What are the error codes (new autoscan).
    Have you tried Basic settings MB 063 (instead of MB 069)?

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    Resolved
    I did try Audi TT procedure.
    Group was 63 for G419 calibration
    Now all units checked by autoscan are ok.
    Thank you very very much to all guys helped me.

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