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Thread: Adaptation Channel 2 is at 0 but still not SRI reset on dash.

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    Adaptation Channel 2 is at 0 but still not SRI reset on dash.

    2010 A4.

    Have reset it a few times in the past.

    Have run through all channels from 55 down to 40.

    Stays at zero through key cycles and restarting everything.

    Shouldn't it go back to 1 if it sees something that is not right?

    Scott

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    What does the dash say?

    Please go to [SRI Reset], let VCDS read all the channels, then click [Add to logfile] and post the resulting log here.

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    I'm on Hex Net, not sure how to do that without going through every channel and writing it down.

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    The dash says "Service!".

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    Quote Originally Posted by slevanto View Post
    I'm on Hex Net, not sure how to do that without going through every channel and writing it down.
    You mean VCDS-Mobile? If so, yes, you'll have to do it manually.

    Or just beg, borrow, or steal a PC and use VCDS.

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    The engineering problems are likely insurmountable. It would be like proposing to land a rocket booster section on a barge floating in the middle of the ocean.

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