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    Quote Originally Posted by Smac770 View Post
    Is there no way to dump the list of available measuring values and locations to a text file so it can be reviewed while not in the car with the ignition on?
    Yes, with a current interface you can make maps using Controller Channel Map function found in Applications.

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    Sorry, another wonder about Adv Meas Values. For a UDS engine module, do the descriptions presented come from the engine module, or from Ross-Tech? Ie, if I find a description confusing, are we all in the same boat of "who knows what the Audi eng was thinking", or would it be a question to Ross-Tech about why they used the text presented?
    The descriptions come from VAG and/or their control module suppliers.

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    Ross Tech has included several helpful profiles as well.

    Enjoy.
    Please could someone help locate these files?
    The only ones available are those I've written.
    Last edited by Uwe; 12-07-2018 at 10:16 AM. Reason: Fixed QUOTE tags

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    Those are located in C:\Ross-Tech\VCDS\Scaling by default. If you have VCDS installed in another location you'd need to check that folder.

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    Thank you for your advice.
    Found files in C:\Ross-Tech\VCDS\Scaling; files do not appear to be available as suggested at the end of Jef's thread #1.
    Assume First number = Group and Second number = Block Number ... certainly much easier than my method of entering each location.
    Also enables interpretation and relationship to Advance Measuring Values examples available on YouTube.
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    Brian.

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