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Thread: B9 S5 pre sense malfuntion. Front camera Initial calibration missing

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    B9 S5 pre sense malfuntion. Front camera Initial calibration missing

    I had the windshield replaced last winter but did not unplug the camera. Just recently we get a malfunction every time we turn the car on This is the only error I am getting. I have checked all the connections and mounting of the camera. If there any way I can "reload" an initial calibration? Where did the calibration go? This is driving me nuts trying to figure it out.

    Address A5: Frt Sens. Drv. Assist (R242) Labels:* Redir Fail!
    Part No SW: 8W6 907 217 A HW: 8W6 907 217 A
    Component: BVS H16 0050
    Coding: 0404090300000204012023A2AD0000FC00F0C020C000
    Shop #: WSC 06335 790 00001
    ASAM Dataset: EV_BVSMLBevKOSTAAU736 002026
    ROD: EV_BVSMLBevKOSTAAU736_AU49.rod
    VCID: 40D9BEB02A06E7378A9-8014

    1 Fault Found:
    0660 - No Basic Setting
    B2010 00 [009] - -
    [Initial_calibration_missing]
    Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear
    Freeze Frame:
    Fault Status: 00000001
    Fault Priority: 4
    Fault Frequency: 1
    Reset counter: 110
    Mileage: 30654 km
    Date: 2019.08.15
    Time: 16:14:44

    Control Module temperature: 75 C
    Voltage terminal 15: 13.20 V

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    Hello,

    The Official Factory Repair Information, under the "Driver Assistance Systems Front Camera Calibrating" section, explains the use of the Special tools (VAS6430+) with an alignment rack (Audi test plan/software loaded in the alignment computer) is used for the proper calibration the R242 and its components. This is done on for safety and liability reasons.

    It is not recommend to perform these calibrations without the special tools, training and test plans due to potential errors that could be made. The precision that is required for this calibration is necessary for the safety, not only the occupants of this vehicle but others on the road.

    To answer the other question, the controller was most likely designed to drop/erase the 'last calibration values' for the reason that if any component is replaced, the calibration could be out of specifications. Once again, the manufacture is doing this for safety and liability reasons.

    Hope this helps,

    drpeter

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