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    Which measuring block to monitor VNT actuator position, 2006 Jetta TDI?

    Want to verify that the G500 position sensor is putting out a signal. Turbo rebuilder said one of the pins seemed lose.

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    Not seeing anything documented for that sensor in your ECU.

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    Well that's odd. Pretty sure it would throw a code if disconnected.

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    Just because disconnecting something might throw a code doesn't mean the value from that thing is available via measuring blocks.

    Also, don't take my statement as definitive. I looked through the label file for your BEW engine and didn't see anything. I could have missed something. It's also possible that what you're looking for is in there somewhere but was never documented.

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    This is a BRM engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atikovi View Post
    This is a BRM engine.
    So it's not the same car you posted about over here?
    https://forums.ross-tech.com/showthread.php?18566

    Because the (obviously FOD!) software in that ECU corresponds to a BEW label file.

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    Yes same car. From what I have read the 06 Jetta TDI is a BRM engine.

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    I don't suppose you have a scan of this car from when it had stock software in it?

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    It is not MBV, you need to go in Basic settings 011 and when test starts look difference between lower and higher numbers , It can not be more then 120. Best is around 90-100.
    I usually record this with Phone then look very careful numbers.

    Once you do this , post it here and I will tell you what is your problem in second post .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uwe View Post
    So it's not the same car you posted about over here?
    https://forums.ross-tech.com/showthread.php?18566

    Because the (obviously FOD!) software in that ECU corresponds to a BEW label file.

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    Uwe is it BRM engine , I just looked at that post.
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