You may need to adapt the throttle body if the battery was disconnected, it can affect the shifting too.
I thought about that too but I did double check that01336 - Data Bus for Comfort System: Faulty
01315 - Transmission Control Module: No Communications
00592 - Seat Belt Switch; Passenger (E25): Resistance too High
01218 - Side Airbag Igniter; Front Passenger Side (N200): Resistance too High
Could you have missed any connectors when you put the seat back in ?
Definitely in the plans... like I mentioned; there’s about 110 connections to check in there. There’s probably other functions that’ll come to life when I’m done under theredo yourself and all the contributors a huge favor, unplugging one connector at a time ! , check and clean the rest of them while you are there.....and great work by the way, a Sherlock Holmes of the RCMP ! I have to double check some issues and go into that area, so am going to use these posts as a reference..... thanks
With VCDS: Throttle Body Alignment (TBA) - Ross-Tech WikiI guess I can google that, but how does one do that?
The OPs low voltage code was caused by a corroded connector on the RHS "A" panel.Question:
I am still trying to find the source of the low voltage code.
Pulled the TCM harness apart. Cleaned the pins.
Is there a ground/earth point in the car that I should check and clean?
I vaguely remember Chief saying something in the A pillar. I am not sure.
I am inclining toward replacing the whole wiring with junk yard one by removing the carpet .