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    VCDS Advanced Measuring Blocks for Golf 6 CFFB

    Hello all. Iím trying to find the Ďsynchronous angleí on VCDS, Iím stumped because on my engine code CFFB, some people seem to be able to access it, some canít (dependant on Ecu Iíll assume)? Is their an alternative IDE (bleediní UDS protocol-horrible) I could check? Apologies for the inquisition, but I suspect my timing (crankshaft particularly) may be slightly out (rough idle when cold-minor). Iím hoping I can check my timing via VCDS, before paying the same amount in labour again for TB (Bah humbug). Much appreciated, Mike.

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    Any thoughts good people?
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    You sent me a PM about this problem a while back. I suggestion you make a new thread about it, so everyone can read it and post any comments.

    Obviously no one has made a comment, therefore not familiar with VCDS. Advanced Measuring Blocks just shows a collection of sensors you tick to look at. That shows the values from each sensor.

    Even though you can tick all components listed, it will say something like you have selected to many things remove some. Its a bleeding scroll box you can select as many as you want to as it will scroll up and down to see others.
    2010 Golf GTD (170) CBBB, 5 Door, Shadow Blue (P6/D5Q), Transmission Code: KXZ, Flat Tyre Indicator, Basic Protection Pack + VCDS.


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    Yep, I’ll do another thread in the Mk6 Golf section. Like I’d mentioned in the PM, I ****** hate UDS sometimes. As for the crank & cam sensors, unless I’m going blind or doolally, I cannae see them. Hence I’m (scratching my head, either way it’s going on ramp & in vain hope the timing won’t be out (will be in tolerance as the car starts-no cam/crank errors), I suspect it’ll just need slight adjustment, we will see...
    2010 Golf 2.0 TDI-CR CFFB

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    I wonder what maestro crasher would say?
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