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    1. Member MBounds@SOWO's Avatar
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      06-05-2009 09:45 PM #1
      Long story short I had trouble installing new rear brake pads. Now I have a flashing parking brake light that beeps at me. Here is the scan:

      Friday,05,June,2009,19:32:19:35305
      VCDS Version: Release 805.4
      Data version: 20090602


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      Address 53: Parking Brake
      Control Module Part Number: 3C0 907 801 B
      Component and/or Version: EPB VC8HC001 013 0001
      Software Coding: 0000013
      Work Shop Code: WSC 131071
      1 Fault Found:

      02433 - Supply Voltage for Right Parking Brake Motor (V283)
      012 - Electrical Fault in Circuit - MIL ON
      Freeze Frame:
      Fault Status: 11101100
      Fault Priority: 1
      Fault Frequency: 1
      Reset counter: 222
      Mileage: 88008 km
      Time Indication: 0
      Date: 2009.06.03
      Time: 19:16:42

      Freeze Frame:
      Voltage: 13.56 V
      Count: 87


    2. 06-06-2009 02:09 AM #2
      I know this sounds dumb but check you fuse. It's #5 on the drivers side.

    3. Member MBounds@SOWO's Avatar
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      06-06-2009 10:34 AM #3
      Quote, originally posted by colbyjoe »
      I know this sounds dumb but check you fuse. It's #5 on the drivers side.

      I will check that tonight. That would be AWESOME if it was something that simple.

    4. Member type17volkswagen's Avatar
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      06-06-2009 04:52 PM #4
      This may (or may not) help. It's from a TSB found in the B6 forum.

      http://geocities.com/nfe100/Te...e.pdf

      Good luck...


    5. Member MBounds@SOWO's Avatar
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      06-07-2009 08:39 PM #5
      Alright guys I didn't see any blown fuses and the TSB didn't work. Here are the new codes. I am going nuts trying to figure this out and don't want to take it the dealer to get raped.

      Friday,05,June,2009,19:32:19:35305
      VCDS Version: Release 805.4
      Data version: 20090602

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


      Address 53: Parking Brake
      Control Module Part Number: 3C0 907 801 B
      Component and/or Version: EPB VC8HC001 013 0001
      Software Coding: 0000013
      Work Shop Code: WSC 131071
      1 Fault Found:

      02433 - Supply Voltage for Right Parking Brake Motor (V283)
      012 - Electrical Fault in Circuit - MIL ON
      Freeze Frame:
      Fault Status: 11101100
      Fault Priority: 1
      Fault Frequency: 1
      Reset counter: 222
      Mileage: 88008 km
      Time Indication: 0
      Date: 2009.06.03
      Time: 19:16:42

      Freeze Frame:
      Voltage: 13.56 V
      Count: 87

      Sunday,07,June,2009,18:34:07:35305
      VCDS Version: Release 805.4
      Data version: 20090602

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


      Address 53: Parking Brake
      Control Module Part Number: 3C0 907 801 B
      Component and/or Version: EPB VC8HC001 013 0001
      Software Coding: 0000013
      Work Shop Code: WSC 131071
      2 Faults Found:

      01315 - Transmission Control Module
      013 - Check DTC Memory - MIL ON
      Freeze Frame:
      Fault Status: 11101101
      Fault Priority: 3
      Fault Frequency: 1
      Reset counter: 223
      Mileage: 88016 km
      Time Indication: 0
      Date: 2009.06.05
      Time: 02:00:53

      Freeze Frame:
      Voltage: 10.77 V
      Count: 224

      02433 - Supply Voltage for Right Parking Brake Motor (V283)
      012 - Electrical Fault in Circuit - MIL ON
      Freeze Frame:
      Fault Status: 11101100
      Fault Priority: 1
      Fault Frequency: 4
      Reset counter: 222
      Mileage: 88008 km
      Time Indication: 0
      Date: 2009.06.03
      Time: 19:16:42

      Freeze Frame:
      Voltage: 13.56 V
      Count: 87


    6. Member type17volkswagen's Avatar
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      06-07-2009 10:10 PM #6
      OK, found you a better one - the DTC and your controller part number both are shown in this TSB. I think this is your answer - but probably not what you wanted to hear as it involves the dealer. Maybe you're still under warranty...

      http://www.geocities.com/nfe100/Technical_Bulletins/2007.05.15_update_program_Elc_park_brake.pdf


    7. Member MBounds@SOWO's Avatar
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      06-07-2009 11:21 PM #7
      Never had a TSB done before. If I am out of warranty will I be charged for this service?

    8. 06-08-2009 12:19 AM #8
      The procedure is a update for the Parking brake module.
      TSB stands for Technical Service Bulletin and there are a LOT of them.

      Since the vehicle is out of warranty, then yes you should be charged for it.
      If you are within 12,000 miles and 1 year from the expiration of the W2 / bumper to bumper warranty, then go to the dealer you bought it from and ask for Goodwill.

      Most dealers will work with you and honor the Goodwill. If you go to a dealer you did not purchase the vehicle from and never get any service from, they may not.


    9. Member MBounds@SOWO's Avatar
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      06-08-2009 09:46 AM #9
      Quote, originally posted by dana vw tech »
      The procedure is a update for the Parking brake module.
      TSB stands for Technical Service Bulletin and there are a LOT of them.

      Since the vehicle is out of warranty, then yes you should be charged for it.
      If you are within 12,000 miles and 1 year from the expiration of the W2 / bumper to bumper warranty, then go to the dealer you bought it from and ask for Goodwill.

      Most dealers will work with you and honor the Goodwill. If you go to a dealer you did not purchase the vehicle from and never get any service from, they may not.

      Working with a friend of mine at the dealership to try and get "goodwill". Thank you for the help.


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