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    2012 T5 ABS coding.

    Good afternoon all.

    I've got a 2012 VW T5 and the ESP light came on about 3 weeks ago along with a fault code of 01435. The dreaded g201 sensor. So I sent the pump to a reputable repairer who sent it back saying it couldn't be repaired.
    So. I've got a second hand pump for it. Made sure the part numbers on the module matched and got it fitted this afternoon. However, after bleeding the brakes, the light is still on. It's now telling me that it needs coding.

    So, using VCDS, I can get into the coding section but it's asking me for the long code (30 digits and numbers). Where on earth could I possibly locate this code please?

    The part number of the module is 7E0 907 379 H.
    10.0929-0321.3
    10.0619-3778.1

    Any advice very much appreciated. Thanks

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    Connect your old one, only electricaly, and read out the old config.
    Or look into your last VCDS Autoscan, from there you can read the old config,too.

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    Also, please post an Auto-Scan for context.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnoermann View Post
    Connect your old one, only electricaly, and read out the old config.
    Or look into your last VCDS Autoscan, from there you can read the old config,too.
    This is my issue, I don't actually have the other vehicle, I bought the abs pump through ebay so I have no vehicle details.

    Will post up the scan later today.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midwalest5 View Post
    So I sent the pump to a reputable repairer who sent it back saying it couldn't be repaired.
    That ABS PUMP you need, connect it and read out the Coding.
    This coding needas to be puttet into the new Pump.
    That is it.
    Or you use the Coding that you will find in your VCDS Autoscan, which you did before the ABS Swap.
    Greetings
    Dennis

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