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Old January 27th, 2017, 13:01   #31
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If i activate a service regeneration(with vcds interface) the engine is working normaly not limp mode (warning light are still on) .
How can i reset tis errors and after that to try again a service regeneration .
It is posible that this isues be caused by egr ???
i use a vcds interface to scan for error codes and here is a part of log file
FOR Engine
ddress 01: Engine (J623-CAYC) Labels: 03L-906-023-CAY.clb
Part No SW: 03L 906 023 LP HW: 03L 906 023 JH
Component: 1,6l R4 CR td H43 8810
Revision: --H43--- Serial number:
Coding: 00114016032400080000
Shop #: WSC 30924 001 1048576
ASAM Dataset: EV_ECM16TDI02103L906023LP 003005
ROD: EV_ECM16TDI02103L906023LP.rod
VCID: 7F0A9BD3E6EEDBC624-802A


1 Fault Found:
16848 - Diesel Particulate Filter
P2458 00 [175] - Regeneration Duration
MIL ON - Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear
Freeze Frame:
Fault Status: 00000001
Fault Priority: 2
Fault Frequency: 1
Mileage: 175084 km
Date: 2017.01.26
Time: 09:50:19


Readiness: 0000 0000


And here some mesurments of EGR

016 Actuator for high pressure EGR; status-LF_STATE_EGRV_DISP[0] 6
073 EGR Vacuum Regulator Solenoid Valve; activation-ANG_SP_EGRV[0] 0.000 %
074 EGR valve; offset closed-V_EGRV_BOL[0] 0.928 V
075 EGR valve; offset open-V_EGRV_TOL[0] 3.999 V
129 Exhaust flap; actual value-ANG_EGRV[0] 0.000 %
130 Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) cooler pump; specified value-PWM_EGRCP[0] 95.001 %
156 High press EGR actuator; actual unconditioned volt val-V_EGRV[0] 0.928 V
160 High pressure EGR actuator; activation-PWM_HBR_EGRV[0] -15.436 %
384 EGR_control_deviation_lower_limit-EGR_DIF_MIN_DIAG 0.000 %
385 EGR_control_deviation_upper_limit-EGR_DIF_MAX_DIAG 0.000 %
386 EGR_deviation-EGR_DIF 0.000 %
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Old January 30th, 2017, 04:09   #32
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I did a few things. Drl down to 35 percent. Was going to disable, but carrying kids I kept them on, and they are killed while blinker active.
Running your DRL's at 35% will burn out your bulbs a lot quicker.

They do nothing for safety and are not mandated in any of the 50 states. If I want the lights on the front of the car on, I reach down to the switch and turn them on. My Euro-Switch has 3 positions all lights off, parking lights on and all lights on.
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Old February 1st, 2017, 15:04   #33
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DRLs make your car easier to see by pedestrians. I've replaced my headlights once since 1999.
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Old February 4th, 2017, 22:14   #34
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Running your DRL's at 35% will burn out your bulbs a lot quicker.

They do nothing for safety and are not mandated in any of the 50 states. If I want the lights on the front of the car on, I reach down to the switch and turn them on. My Euro-Switch has 3 positions all lights off, parking lights on and all lights on.
I actually went to 15,% since then.

Factory was 98%.

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Old February 5th, 2017, 06:20   #35
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They do nothing for safety and are not mandated in any of the 50 states. If I want the lights on the front of the car on, I reach down to the switch and turn them on. My Euro-Switch has 3 positions all lights off, parking lights on and all lights on.
You'd get a ticket if you were visiting here and had your lights turned off.
http://novascotia.ca/tran/roadsafety/daytimelights.asp
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You'd get a ticket if you were visiting here and had your lights turned off.
http://novascotia.ca/tran/roadsafety/daytimelights.asp
This is why when I installed my Euro switch on my MkIV, I did not
delete the DRLs. I frequent the 1000 Islands.

Switch off, DRLs are stock, ie., on, and Canadian legal.
Position 2; Parking/City Light setting, my blue LED front parking bulbs come on, AND the rear lights,
(I actually think this is a safer setting than the headlights alone), no headlights.
Position 3; headlights and parking lights on.

My feeling is the blue light parkers are very noticeable, being associated with "police activity". Legal, at least here in PA.
I want to be seen!

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