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    Lost ABS coding on a 2012 VW Polo

    Hi guys, does anybody know how to get the correct coding for the ABS module once its been lost?

    The vehicle is a 2012 VW polo.

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    Where did you see it last?

    Seriously, how did it get "lost"?

    In order for anyone to have any real chance of helping you, they're going to need to see an Auto-Scan from this car. That will show the exact ABS module as well as other equipment. There's no guarantee that this will get you a correct coding, but without it, it's pretty much impossible.

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    If it's Bosch 8.2i system, I will be able to calculate it. Post scan first.

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    I can't add image here for some reason but here is the data from the scan:

    Address 03: ABS Brakes
    Control Module Part Number: 6R0 907 379 BE
    Component and/or Version: ESP8.2i front H05 0001
    Software Coding: 000000000000000000000000000000000000
    Work Shop Code: WSC 00788
    VCID: 0200FD2C99EA423179F-8057

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    ok....... Auto-scan does not look like that... but at least post VIN number (necessary for calculating)

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    I've got a copy of the auto scan but i can't upload images and its too much text to add.

    Vin number is: WVWZZZ6RZDY111344

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    Here is your coding:

    230224E3216E00B3842824E684D500401300

    Some bytes may vary, so in case this coding didn't work, let me know, there is more options available.

    BTW. Why you want to upload image??? Just copy and paste Auto-scan like that: http://forums.ross-tech.com/showthre...t-an-Auto-Scan Simple as that.

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    Thanks a lot! I'll try it and let you know

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    I get error 22 when I try that code 'conditions not correct or request sequence error'

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