Read this before ever changing clocks.

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Read this before ever changing clocks.

Post by deluxedetailnz » Sun May 02, 2021 1:37 am

Ok so I've made a mistake so people don't have to learn the hard way.

Before you remove your clocks makesure you scan and save the longcode from your abs module.

Long story short I read anything I could find and no one mentioned it.

Dosnt seem like it's common at all but it can happen.

Replaced my clocks and the abs module has forgotten its long code which is a nightmare to retrieve from my understanding.

Will keep this updated once I find the way to get it sorted, in the meantime, scan and save Image

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Re: Read this before ever changing clocks.

Post by caddychris2002 » Sun May 02, 2021 8:12 am

Fairly certain this can be rectified using ODIS

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Re: Read this before ever changing clocks.

Post by Giddy » Sun May 02, 2021 10:59 am

Does that mean, you have never ever saved an autoscan? If you was using VCDS it should have been saved automatically in a scans folder ;)
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Re: Read this before ever changing clocks.

Post by Doc » Sun May 02, 2021 11:54 am

It's not that difficult to calculate the ABS coding. Just need the right label file for VCDS.
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Re: Read this before ever changing clocks.

Post by NZDubNurd » Sun May 02, 2021 10:27 pm

It is VERY common. The VCDS forum is full of requests to calculate codings. Your guy has requested in there too.

Conversions make it very tricky!!!!!!

ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS Auto-scan BEFORE starting any work.

It can easily be rectified.... unless you have an R36 engine in your Caddy TSI... right deluxedetailnz??? :( :( :(

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