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Thread: 01312 data bus error

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    will the error disappear as it updates? , I do not think so

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    I have a feeling something will disappear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patryk11113 View Post
    Please help me solve the problem
    Getting help in this forum requires the use of a legitimate VCDS system.

    They are available directly from us:
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    ... Or from any of our authorized resellers:
    http://www.ross-tech.com/distributors.php#uk

    Let us know if/when you get one and we'll adjust your forum status.

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    the scan was done by a mechanic, I do not know if he has an original program or not, I received such a scan

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    I guess you should find an more honest mechanic then.

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    I have the same problem with 8k0907063 DG

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    This thread is in the section for people who use pirate versions of the vcds system. If you have a genuine vcds cable and software then you could start a new thread in the New Users section and include an autoscan.

    Edit: I can see now that you're a verified user so perhaps there's a better section for your new thread, again include an autoscan.
    Last edited by Viking; 06-19-2019 at 10:40 AM.

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    Same problem here after a complete xenon retrofit on a B8.5 2013 Avant. I changed the BCM1 with the DH one, OEM xenon headlights, and installed the auto-level sensor in the rear left of the car as specified in Etka. After the retrofit, the xenon lamps are working correctly but everytime I start the engine, I receive the error “ Headlight range control defective” with no specific error in VCDS on the 09 Central Electric, just the “01312- Powertrain data bus”. I think it has something to do with the codings. I noticed that the headlights does not perform the self-test (up and down max limits) when I start the engine as it supposed to do, they only do this test when I try to reset the 01312 error. The error appears again instantly after reset.

    Please help!

    I will return with a full scan in a few hours.

    Thank you in advance,

    Razvan

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    Hello Razvan,

    This thread is in the Hall of Shame for the reasons Viking mentioned above. For that reason assistance will not be provided here. Please see this thread to determine what's necessary to get registered for support and become a Verified VCDS User in our forum:

    https://forums.ross-tech.com/showthr...o-get-Verified

    After doing so you can create a new thread in the Retrofits section with the before and after BCM1 replacement Auto-Scans.

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