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full scan I have done with vcds Thursday,08,August,2013,20:26:41:58797

VCDS Version: Release 11.11.5

Data version: 20121222

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Chassis Type: 8E - Audi A4 B6/B7

Scan: 01 02 03 08 09 0F 11 15 16 17 18 36 37 45 46 55 56 57 65 67

69 75 76 77

VIN: WAUZZZ8E82A046414 Mileage: 214760km/133445miles

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Address 01: Engine Labels: 038-906-019-AVF.lbl

Part No: 038 906 019 FP

Component: 1,9l R4 EDC 0000SG 1467

Coding: 00002

Shop #: WSC 63351

VCID: 6AD1A95D169A44489F8

WAUZZZ8E82A046414 AUZ6Z0A0119039

2 Faults Found:

16955 - Brake Switch (F)

P0571 - 35-10 - Implausible Signal - Intermittent

17994 - Engine Mount Solenoid Valves (N144/N145)

P1586 - 35-10 - Short to Plus - Intermittent

Readiness: 0 0 X X X

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Address 03: ABS Brakes Labels: 8E0-614-517.lbl

Part No: 8E0 614 517

Component: ABS/ESP front 1326

Coding: 04255

Shop #: WSC 06435

VCID: E5CB5A617F84EB3032A

3 Faults Found:

00526 - Brake Light Switch-F

36-00 - Open Circuit

01486 - System Function Test Activated

35-10 - - - Intermittent

00778 - Steering Angle Sensor (G85)

37-00 - Faulty

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Address 08: Auto HVAC Labels: 8E0-820-043.lbl

Part No: 8E0 820 043

Component: A4 Klimaautomat 0711

Coding: 00000

Shop #: WSC 63351

VCID: DEB9758D5AD2B8E8F30

No fault code found.

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Address 09: Cent. Elect. Labels: 8E0-907-279-8E2.lbl

Part No: 8E0 907 279

Component: int. Lastmodul RDW 0510

Coding: 00001

Shop #: WSC 63351

VCID: EFE73849AD782160486

No fault code found.

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Address 15: Airbags Labels: 8E0-959-655-84.lbl

Part No: 8E0 959 655

Component: Airbag 8.4E 3001

Coding: 0010602

Shop #: WSC 63351 000 00000

VCID: F4ED3725945E02B8B54

No fault code found.

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Address 16: Steering wheel Labels: 8E0-953-549.lbl

Part No: 8E0 953 549 F

Component: Lenksáulenmodul 0304

Coding: 00001

Shop #: WSC 63351

VCID: 36694D2D12A2D0A8CB0

No fault code found.

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Address 17: Instruments Labels: 8E0-920-9xx-8E2.lbl

Part No: 8E0 920 950 F

Component: KOMBI+WEGFAHRS. RB4 D21

Coding: 00400

Shop #: WSC 01234

VCID: 2C5D6F45DCEE9A78AD4

WAUZZZ8E82A046414 AUZ6Z0A0119039

No fault code found.

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Address 45: Inter. Monitor Labels: 8E0-951-177.lbl

Part No: 8E0 951 177

Component: Innenraumueberw. 0504

Coding: 00001

Shop #: WSC 00000

VCID: EBDF2C599960DD4064E

1 Fault Found:

01463 - Alarm triggered by Sensor for anti-theft alarm System

43-00 - Closed

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Address 46: Central Conv. Labels:

VCID: 55ABEAA1ACE4FBB022A

Note: Excessive Comm Errors

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Address 56: Radio Labels: 8E0-035-1xx-56.lbl

Part No: 8E0 035 186

Component: concert II GRO 0004

Coding: 00001

Shop #: WSC 63351

VCID: E4CD476574BE9238254

1 Fault Found:

00852 - Loudspeaker(s); Front

36-00 - Open Circuit

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changed break switch about 2 weeks ago break lights work ok

Then clear the fault codes and do a re-scan - if the brake light switch is OK the fault codes will disappear.

If the brake fault codes come back then you still have a problem there...

BTW "brakes" are what stop cars, "breaks" is what happens to your car if your brakes don't work...

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cleared the code still get the error brake light error the switch is a 4pin that I changed their is another switch a 2pin one should I change that one to.

Sounds like it to me - until you get the brake fault codes to clear you won't be able to do the G85 reset procedure.

Other thought - do you have "normal" brake lights or LED ones? If you have LED ones they could be the cause of the problem, try putting normal bulbs back and see what that does.

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yeah I have led lights in.

I thought you might... have you fitted resistors in parallel with them? If not then, try temporarily swapping them back to "normal" bulbs and see if the fault codes will clear and you can do the G85 reset.

I'm thinking that with LEDs bulbs and no resistors the ABS ECU is thinking that both bulbs are blown, and producing the fault codes.

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sorted it was the bloody leds that were causing me all these problem all this time.

I thought it would be as soon as you said you had LED brake bulbs. The LED bulbs don't conduct when the ABS tries to sense if the bulbs are present, and if the bulbs aren't present then the ABS "throws a wobbler".

when u say resistors in parallel with leds where do I get these from m8??

Somewhere that sells the LED bulbs should sell them, or an electronics shop like Maplin, what you need is a resistor that simulates the same load as the normal brake bulbs. They're 21W each side, and the easiest way is to fit a 20W resistor of 6.8 ohms in parallel with each bulb (they will get hot as they'll be dissipating 21W of heat).

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I thought it would be as soon as you said you had LED brake bulbs. The LED bulbs don't conduct when the ABS tries to sense if the bulbs are present, and if the bulbs aren't present then the ABS "throws a wobbler".

Somewhere that sells the LED bulbs should sell them, or an electronics shop like Maplin, what you need is a resistor that simulates the same load as the normal brake bulbs. They're 21W each side, and the easiest way is to fit a 20W resistor of 6.8 ohms in parallel with each bulb (they will get hot as they'll be dissipating 21W of heat).

think I will stick with normal bulbs..

thanks for your help Dave much appreciated...

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