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Old April 9th, 2017, 10:14   #16
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Yes, that is normal when you disconnect the battery. Those codes have always cleared after driving a few hundred feet.
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Old April 9th, 2017, 10:31   #17
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Yes, that is normal when you disconnect the battery. Those codes have always cleared after driving a few hundred feet.
All right thanks for the feedback. I will take it for a drive and see if they clear out.
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Old April 10th, 2017, 17:29   #19
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Update

After driving 180 miles round trip to work and back I still have the ESP, ABS, & Airbag codes. I did notice that after letting the car idle for 5 minutes while I ran in the house the ABS light was flashing but went back to constantly on.

Does anybody have any ideas how to get these issues cleared without going to the stealership?
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Old April 11th, 2017, 05:45   #20
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I'd give it a couple of days... Then find someone with a vag-com cable, who can plug into your car and see what is cooking.

**edit** Maybe a bluetooth OBD2 reader could help you out, they are on Amazon for ~20 bucks. There in a free app called torque that can read/ clear your codes.

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I'd give it a couple of days... Then find someone with a vag-com cable, who can plug into your car and see what is cooking.

**edit** Maybe a bluetooth OBD2 reader could help you out, they are on Amazon for ~20 bucks. There in a free app called torque that can read/ clear your codes.
I have one and have tried clearing the codes with no luck. I'm thinking I might disconnect the battery and ground the positive cable to drain all power from the different modules and then try again.
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I have one and have tried clearing the codes with no luck. I'm thinking I might disconnect the battery and ground the positive cable to drain all power from the different modules and then try again.
Well this made no difference. Maybe this is the stars aligning to tell me to take the buy back!
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sardawg,

Take a look at this. http://forums.tdiclub.com/showpost.p...54&postcount=5. Maybe you'll get lucky and you have the same issue with the ABS connector.
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