stephen at kormilo.ca
Tue Apr 6 15:11:25 PDT 2010
I agree with the clear codes, drive & rescan suggestions. Fault codes
can remain stored for very long periods of time & may have nothing to do
with your current problems.
FWIW, I get the 'ZF output....' fault code occasionally on my 2002 A4.
It is, apparently, a well known 'phantom' bug in the radio firmware,
IIRC. Nothing to worry about.
Nanoose Bay, BC
2002 Audi A4 3.0QM - Silver
1998.5 Audi A4 2.8 - Silver
1985 Mazda Rx7 GSL-SE - Black
email: stephen at kormilo.ca
> Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2010 18:55:58 -0400
> From: Robert Myers <bob at chips-ur-s.com>
> Subject: '02TT revisited
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> I stand corrected, I was able to dismantle my VAG-COM cable and use
> one end of it to read codes from the TT.
> Didn't find any flashing lights or ringing bells or anything. Here's
> the entire list:
> Condition of car - parked with ignition turned ON but engine not running.
> Engine module:
> Vehicle speed sensor - implausible signal - intermittent (note
> engine was not running)
> Error in mapped cooling system (check temp sensor and thermostat) -
> Supply voltage terminal 30
> 53-10 voltage too low - intermittent
> Brake light switch - F
> implausible signal - intermittent
> And finally with no reason for doing this but I did anyway.
> Connection; radio ZF output to antenna amplifier
> 36-00 open circuit
> Does any of this mean anything to somebody?
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