VCDS help

cbrblade

Member
T6 Pro
Can anybody help with this


Address 08: Auto HVAC Labels: 7E5-907-047.clb
Control Module Part Number: 7E0 907 047 AK HW: 7E0 907 047 AK
Component and/or Version: Climatic-T5 H22 0708
Software Coding: 0000000003
Work Shop Code: WSC 02737 790 50316
ASAM Dataset: EV_ClimaticT5 A01003 (VN75)
ROD: EV_ClimaT5Basis.rod
VCID: 73B226223B371CC35E9-8026
2 Faults Found:

9473906 - Motor for Temperature Flap
B108F 54 [009] - Missing Calibration / Basic Setting
Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear
Freeze Frame:
Fault Status: 00000001
Fault Priority: 2
Fault Frequency: 1
Reset counter: 14
Mileage: 124413 km
Date: 2020.06.28
Time: 19:14:31

9475861 - Position Sensor for Temperature Flap Motor
B1097 15 [009] - Open or Short to Plus
Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear
Freeze Frame:
Fault Status: 00000001
Fault Priority: 2
Fault Frequency: 1
Reset counter: 14
Mileage: 124413 km
Date: 2020.06.28
Time: 19:14:31
 

Robert

Senior Member
VCDS User
VIP Member
T6 Legend
Is there any background story?
Did you try to preform basic calibration/settings in VCDS for this module?
 

cbrblade

Member
T6 Pro
Is there any background story?
Did you try to preform basic calibration/settings in VCDS for this module?
i got the van at begining of march,heater control didnt change temp only got warmish,aircon doesnt get cold
so had it regassed and checked for leaks
scanned it with a clone vcds(showed nothing)
got a new control panel & still same
bought a genuine vcds (should have done this in first place)
scanned and came back with these faults
calibrated flap which completed ok
 

sippe

Member
VCDS User
T6 Pro
Hey!

Just did some quick searching and found some threads:
Here the guy suggested he forgot to plug in a connector again. Might be a loose contact/not plugged in connector? (the open to short plus error)

In another thread (but in Dutch) someone said the fault with the calibration went away after playing around with some basic settings and switching contact off and on. Not immediately an idea but it might get you started?

As they are both relied to the flap motor I suppose there will be one solution for both, and that might be a bad contact (unplugged connector)...

If you start the car and switch on the airco, is the airco pump working? (driven by the motor belt)
 

cbrblade

Member
T6 Pro
Hey!

Just did some quick searching and found some threads:
Here the guy suggested he forgot to plug in a connector again. Might be a loose contact/not plugged in connector? (the open to short plus error)

In another thread (but in Dutch) someone said the fault with the calibration went away after playing around with some basic settings and switching contact off and on. Not immediately an idea but it might get you started?

As they are both relied to the flap motor I suppose there will be one solution for both, and that might be a bad contact (unplugged connector)...

If you start the car and switch on the airco, is the airco pump working? (driven by the motor belt)
Cheers mate ill give it another go at weekend
 
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