Hello, I have a 2008 VW Jetta 2.0L Turbo, Canada. My dashboard light came on for the ABS and Traction Control, I put in my OBD reader and got error code 00283 for faulty speed sensor for front left driver. Since then I have proceeded to purchase a new sensor and replaced the old one (with great difficulty as it was all rusted in place). When I run the OBD I still get the same error, I then clear, and when I run the test the error does not reappear. However, as soon as I start driving the ABS and Traction Control light come on again. When I monitor all 4 sensors while driving I get the same reading for speed. Has anyone experienced this before? Do I need to change any codes because I have changed from the original sensor? Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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Aug 22, 2019 23:05:56 GMT
Cktoo: @thirsty. Was just wondering if the new hardware was available for Android. Guess I was thinking the Nextgen hardware came in 2 variations...1 for Android and 1 for iOS. Sounds like it’s 1 hardware dongle that handles both OS’s....hence nothing availabl
Aug 22, 2019 23:56:41 GMT
Cktoo: @thirsty. Thought there were 2 separate Nextgen dongles...1 for Android and 1 for iOS. Want the new hardware for Android, so guess I wait too.
Aug 22, 2019 23:59:12 GMT
r1ckb: Anyone know the log-in codes for the newer A3 when long coding the VIM?
Aug 23, 2019 4:52:18 GMT
Thirsty (Germany): @cktoo then you'll maybe have to wait long. Who knows when they find a new supplier that fits the quality standards I'm using the firstgen and i'm very satisfied.
Aug 23, 2019 7:01:50 GMT
Thirsty (Germany): @r1ckb i would create a thread for this question (if there's not already a thread). You won't get the best help here in the shoutbox
Aug 23, 2019 7:03:05 GMT
r1ckb: @thirsty, i appreciate it
Aug 23, 2019 14:06:13 GMT