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VW MKVI-A6 Golf family including Jetta SportWagen (~ 2010-2014) Discussions area for A6/MkVI (2010-2014) Golf and Golf Wagons (Jetta Sportwagon in the USA).

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Old March 30th, 2016, 15:44   #166
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I searched and found the link below with a a full scan from a different 2010 MKVI TDI. The car had the same numbers for the controller!

See post #46 at this link

from Post #46 at link
Address 65: Tire Pressure (J502) Labels: None
Part No SW: 1K0 937 087 G HW: 1K0 937 087 G
Component: RDK 103 0521
Coding: 018705
Shop #: WSC 01357 011 00200
No fault code found.
Ok, I managed to locate an original scan and my code was 018704. The long coding helper shows the last bit is 05 for Factory mode and 04 is a service mode. Setting it to 05 didn't work. Error remained. But when I set it to 04, it cleared. Fault went away without me even going in and doing it myself.

Thanks again for the help. It definitely pointed me in the right direction.
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Old April 1st, 2016, 11:44   #167
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^^That's great news! I'm so happy to hear it worked for you! That's what these forums are all about!
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Old April 14th, 2016, 20:01   #168
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DOn't know if anyone mentioned this because I'm too lazy to look, but I just picked up a 2012 tdi Sportswagen today and the low tire pressure light came on. Called dealer and he told me about the reset switch located in the upper left of the glove compartment. Press and hold for 5 seconds and it resets and recalibrates the TPMS.
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Old April 14th, 2016, 20:13   #169
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DOn't know if anyone mentioned this because I'm too lazy to look, but I just picked up a 2012 tdi Sportswagen today and the low tire pressure light came on. Called dealer and he told me about the reset switch located in the upper left of the glove compartment. Press and hold for 5 seconds and it resets and recalibrates the TPMS.
You need to do that AFTER you check all the tires.
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Old April 15th, 2016, 16:22   #170
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You need to do that AFTER you check all the tires.
Haha. I did that.

Light came back. Checked. All good. Reset.

Light came back. Checked. All good. Reset.

Light came back. ***?! Oh well. Kept driving.

Couple tanks of fuel later, noticed something like I had a bent rim.

Nope. Cords and belts separating.

It was just enough to upset tire rotation.

It looked a lot better with air pressure. Haha.





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Old April 15th, 2016, 18:10   #171
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Haha. I did that.

Light came back. Checked. All good. Reset.

Light came back. Checked. All good. Reset.

Light came back. ***?! Oh well. Kept driving.

Couple tanks of fuel later, noticed something like I had a bent rim.

Nope. Cords and belts separating.

It was just enough to upset tire rotation.

It looked a lot better with air pressure. Haha.




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Old December 6th, 2019, 14:13   #172
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Sure enough, in my car the setting had changed to 5.5 bar! Funny, or not so funny really, that the thing resets itself to such a high pressure. Hopefully it won't happen again for at least another 2-years. I guess I really do need my own VCDS for this VW.
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It's been a little over a year since the last time, but it happened again! Well, kind of. The TPMS came on again and when I checked my tires they were all exactly what I set them to not too long ago. They were holding pressure great!

So, since now I finally have my own VCDS, I went in to check things for myself. I figured it reset to 55 again. Nope! They were all still at 22, just like they were when my wonderful friend set them lower for me last year. I also couldn't clear the fault and the measuirng blocks didn't seem to work. I was confused, but kept poking around.

I found that the controller coding had actually reset to all zeros! I went into the long coding helper and found that the 3 different bits could be changed from no coding 00, to the proper coding of 01, 87, and 05, to end up with 018705 as in my original scan. That still didn't clear the issue, not immediately, but after I drove and restarted the car the fault finally disappeared!...
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It happened to me again! TPMS light on and all tires OK. This is the third time for me in 4 years. This time the controller had reset to 55 as explained in previous posts. Thanks to VCDS I'm fault free again!
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It just happened again, 4th time in 10-years of ownership! I had the flashing light and all tires were OK, then checked the settings and all were set at 55. I changed the setting back to 22 and all is good! 2.2 bar is ~ 32 psi. That's about where I like my tires. Funny, 5.5 bar is 80 psi!
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