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Label file for 1.6l ARM engine

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Old 05-18-2015, 11:26 AM
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Default Label file for 1.6l ARM engine

Hi all,
I own a 2000 A4 B5 Avant with a 1.6l ARM petrol engine (100hp).
I'm having problems with the car stalling, so cleaned the Throttle body, but that didn't really change anything. It keeps stalling (after driving for 10+ minutes).

So after reading through these forums, I bought a cable (the blue kind) off Ebay and tried VCDS-lite, wanting to do a TBA.
Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but it seems that since the program can't find a label file for my engine, it can't do much.

The log shows:
"Address 01: Engine Labels: Redir Fail!
Controller: 3B0 907 557 N
Component: 1,6l R4/2V SIMOS HS D04
Coding: 07011
Shop #: WSC 06325
VCID: 341B9FD31723
1 Fault Found:
01087 - Basic Setting Not Performed
27-00 - Implausible Signal"

After clearing all error messages, it still says "redir fail". Does this prevent it from doing a TBA?
The closest lbl files I could find are "06B-907-557-ALT" and "06B-907-557-AJP" - would any of them be suitable for my engine? And if so, how would I tell VCDS to use one of those files?

cheers
 
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