[BiturboS4] VAG Com Codes: Has Anyone Else Gotten Similar DTCs? If So - What Were Your Next Steps?

Ti Kan ti at amb.org
Sun Nov 16 21:48:45 EST 2003

j y writes:
> I received the following codes when I did a VAG on my S4 today. Has anyone =
> gotten similar DTCs. If so, what were your next steps. I'm mostly concerned=
>  about the oxygen sensor - has anyone them go bad on their S4? I have 58k m=
> i on the odometer. I'm also gonna post a similar msg (to this one) on AudiW=
> orld's B5-S4 msg bd.

A better place for this sort of questions may be the vag-com mailing
list: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/vag-com

I haven't experienced any of these on my S4 except for the alarm trigger
codes, but in your case the DTCs are all quite self-explanatory.

>    Component:  Radio              D00
> 1 Fault Found:
> 65535 - Internal Control Module Memory Error

Does your radio work?  Try clearing the DTC and see if the fault recurs.

>    Component: CV-Pump             D11
> 4 Faults Found:
> 01367 - Central Locking Pump Run Time Exceeded (Likely Leak)

As it says... maybe there is a leak in the vacuum lines of the
central locking system.  The pump had to run for a longer time
than it should in order for all the doors to become locked or

> 01370 - Alarm triggered by Interior Monitoring
> 01368 - Alarm triggered by Luggage Compartment Switch

This are alarm trigger history DTCs.  OK to just clear them (assuming
they are false alarms, of course).

> 00955 - Key 1
>             09-00 - Adaptation Limit Surpassed

You probably haven't used one of your keys in a long time.  May need
to re-do an adaptation on that key to make the car recognize it

>    Component: 2.7l V6/5VT     G   0003
> 17521 - Oxygen (Lambda) Sensor: B1 S1: Internal Resistance too High
>             P1113 - 35-10 - - - Intermittent

The ECU detected an intermittent fault with the O2 sensor (bank 1 sensor 1).
Try clearing the DTC and see if the fault comes back.  If it does, then
it's time to replace the sensor.  O2 sensors are considered "consumables"
but their life span depends on operating conditions.  If there had been
fuel contamination (such as using leaded fuel or improper fuel additives,
or if there had been an over-rich condition or ignition problem causing
unburnt fuel to enter the exhaust) then it could dramatically shorten the
life of the sensor(s).  58k miles is a bit on the low side, but not too

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