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Thread: B8.5 S4 seats in a B8 A4

This is one of the things I hate about OBD11, their structuring of DTC information. Let's use this youtube video as a guide.

He's run the scan and a list of modules with errors present is presented: https://youtu.be/LUR4mhPxkzw?t=21

The important catalog of information is:
01 Engine
09 Central Electrics
19 Gateway
the CAN bus address and the module name

Then he goes into 09 Central Electrics and goes into Faults and sees the errors. He expands the first one.

Left low beam headlamp bulb - what is having a problem
Electrical malfunction in circuit - what is the problem
00978 - the code, which is just numbers for "left low beam headlamp bulb"
Static - it's not an intermittent unconfirmed problem

So if that was to be posted, I'd expect to see:

09 Central Electrics
00978 - Left low beam headlamp bulb
Electrical malfunction in circuit - Static

This tells me what module was posting the issue, what device was having an issue, what the issue is, and what the status of the issue is.

Here we see the VCDS version of that error, though intermittent in this instance:

Address 09: Cent. Elect. Labels: 3C0-937-049-30-H.lbl
Part No SW: 3C0 937 049 AJ HW: 3C0 937 049 AJ
Component: Bordnetz-SG H54 2202
Revision: 00H54000 Serial number: 01000007680913
Coding: E78C8F0340041A00470000000F000000002A5D435C00010000 0000000000
Shop #: WSC 05124 000 00000
VCID: 71E32B5E112F
Part No: 3C1 955 419 A
Component: Wischer 210907 003 0205
Coding: 00046997
Shop #: WSC 05124
Part No: 1K0 955 559 AF
Component: RLS 181007 046 0204
Coding: 00208933
Shop #: WSC 05124
1 Fault Found:
00978 - Lamp for Low Beam; Left (M29)
010 - Open or Short to Plus - Intermittent
Freeze Frame:
Fault Status: 00101010
Fault Priority: 1
Fault Frequency: 8
Reset counter: 148
Mileage: 83111 km
Time Indication: 0
Date: 2011.11.06
Time: 17:45:00
Freeze Frame:
ON
Voltage: 14.40 V
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF

The specifics of the 010 subcode (open or short to plus) gives some actual direction vs. "there's something wrong". I don't know if you can drill into the error in OBD11 to get the specific subcode value and meaning. It could in fact be electrical malfunction is the text for the subcode in the OBD11 example. We don't have the subcode so we can't know.

So we really need to know that second line of text for each of the error codes, and some clarity to if the module referenced is the poster of the error or the problem piece. For example, "Brake Control Module". Is that the ABS brakes module at address 03 or the parking brake module at address 53? A reference to 00473: http://wiki.ross-tech.com/wiki/index.php/00473 You did not have this error prior?

01321 seems to also be a comms issue, http://wiki.ross-tech.com/wiki/index.php/01321 But the interpretation varies depending on the actual module presenting the error. Ie, is the entry from the Airbag control module at address 15, or is it from another module, saying it cannot talk to the airbag control module?

B1022 - this is a OBD-II code since it starts with a letter, rather than an Audi five-number code. http://wiki.ross-tech.com/wiki/index.php/B1022:
9445973 - Seat occupied recognition control module
B1022 55 [137] - Not configured

So the 55 subcode translates to not configured. Did the new passenger seat have the passenger detection plate installed? You might need to swap your old module to the new passenger seat:
https://forums.vwvortex.com/showthre...odule-Help-Pls

Notice in his scan log, the address 15 airbags control module J234 has a number of submodules, in particular:

Seat occupied recognition:
Subsystem 1 - Part No SW: 5C6 959 339 B HW: 5C6 959 339 B
Component: BF-Gewichtss. H10 0046
Serial number: 6940000Y120000K0YX0E
Coding: 303041

And see it has coding to it, as well as a serial number. (this is not from an A4, so don't use these values) You would need to compare the coding of your original module with the new module and see if they differ. You might also need to run some kind of basic setting or adaptation to tell the J234 "hey, got a different module now" for it to be happy.

The two comms issues are likely fallout from this. I have no idea why, but the comms between the airbag and EPB flags every time there's anything up with the ABS or Airbags.

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