Temp related low boost
matt_20v at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 20 10:53:08 EDT 2005
Yep, best as I've been able to determine the 3B ECU
only supports block 0 (er, 000 sorry). The later AAN
has more data, and can reset instrument cluster
service reminders etc.
--- SuffolkD at aol.com wrote:
> Notice in the "group" field of this linked photo
> that the fields of data the 200 20V 3b put out (10
> readings) are on "GROUP"
> 000 not 0....
> the photo shows my first attempt in reading these
> blocks. hence the 001 ,
> 002, 004 "looking" for datd fields......... The
> Bentley shows what each value
> range is in the tables section of the back of the
> book Vol1 AFAIK. Page D2 -
> 440 -1 thru 450-4
> -Scott by BOSTON
> > From: Matt twentyV <>
> > Tom, the ECU temperature sensor is mounted on the
> > of the head under the throttle body. Nothing I've
> > read suggests the ECU uses this data to reduce
> > but who knows.
> > If you have a VAGCOM on a laptop or ProDiag the
> > temperature is available in the Block 0 data, you
> > could try monitoring it while driving and hit the
> > boost condition.
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