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Thread: 2015 Audi Q3 8U - Fault Code "0763 - Tire pressure warning'

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    OK. MartinsX may have more to add however the fact that the TPMS light isn't on makes me wonder if that's software bug -or- confusion that may be resolved with a battery disconnect.

    In the meanwhile, I would try Basic Settings operation: [*IDE05334*] Reset tire pressure monitoring display warnings

    If you receive an error (such as Security Access required) please see that above linked thread for SA codes if 40168 doesn't provide access to that Basic Setting group.

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    I have nothing more to add, agree with Dana.

    Just for fun: PSA group vehicles have completely different philosophy for diagnostics of car electronics at all. Modules may be full of fault codes (and they are, especially latest model years), but technician must pay no attention to them if there are no customer complaints, no warning lights/messages and everything works according user manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinsX View Post
    Just for fun: PSA group vehicles have completely different philosophy for diagnostics of car electronics at all. Modules may be full of fault codes (and they are, especially latest model years), but technician must pay no attention to them if there are no customer complaints, no warning lights/messages and everything works according user manual.
    What, you don't think VAG dealerships take the same approach?

    I tried to get this addressed while the vehicle was still under warranty:
    Code:
    Address 13: Auto Dist. Reg (J428)       Labels:| 4H0-907-561.clb
       Part No SW: 7P6 907 561 C    HW: 7P6 907 561 
       Component: ACC3          H21 0400  
       Serial number: 00000000000000
       Coding: 3701010101
       Shop #: WSC 31414 790 00001
       ASAM Dataset: EV_AdaptCruisContrVW526 002012
       ROD: EV_AdaptCruisContrVW526_002.rod
       VCID: 3C223BF556EA5407D61-8068
    
    3 Faults Found:
    11264 - Sensor for Automatic Distance Regulation 
              C110B 49 [008] - Internal electronic failure
              [FAULT_UAR_NVK8_31]
              Intermittent - Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear
                 Freeze Frame:
                        Fault Status: 00000001
                        Fault Priority: 7
                        Fault Frequency: 5
                        Reset counter: 194
                        Mileage: 76003 km
                        Date: 2019.01.12
                        Time: 11:04:46
    
                        Control Module temperature: 20 C
                        Voltage terminal 15: 12.932 V
                        Velocity_vehicle_reference: -0.02 m/s
                        Longitudinal_acceleration_vehicle_reference: -0.01 m/s
    The answer was: "As long as your ACC works, we're not touching it."

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    Haven't seen official information in VAG documentation that accepts or orders approach like this. But have seen it for PSA

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    Meanwhile 50 billion dollars later and a bunch of lost jobs widespread & with this mindset, go figure, takes the company to pole position!
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    Thank you all for still considering to my "issue"

    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    OK. MartinsX may have more to add however the fact that the TPMS light isn't on makes me wonder if that's software bug -or- confusion that may be resolved with a battery disconnect.

    In the meanwhile, I would try Basic Settings operation: [*IDE05334*] Reset tire pressure monitoring display warnings

    If you receive an error (such as Security Access required) please see that above linked thread for SA codes if 40168 doesn't provide access to that Basic Setting group.
    @ Dana :
    Can you explain me, how to do that. I don't see how, since erasing the defaults doesn't work.
    Thanks for your help.
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