Central Electronic fault (short to ground)

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  1. vwottawa

    vwottawa Member

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    I got the following fault about 400 km ago on my car.

    I cleared it and am assuming it is nothing to worry about since it is "intermittent". Please let me know if I should be worried about it.

    What confuses me is the date. It shows up as 2019.14.13. Is there somewhere in vcds or in the mfd that I can set the date, or would this be a s/w issue with vcds. Or is this some special VAG way to represent the date that I need to decode?

    1 Fault Found:
    03587 - Control Circuit for Starter Lock Lock
    007 - Short to Ground - Intermittent
    Freeze Frame:
    Fault Status: 00100111
    Fault Priority: 2
    Fault Frequency: 1
    Reset counter: 158
    Mileage: 23423 km
    Time Indication: 0
    Date: 2019.14.13
    Time: 09:48:04
     
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  2. xeno555

    xeno555 Well-Known Member

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    I think it is something that is made up (date) by the car. Because "2019.14.13" No matter what format, there is no such thing as month 13 or 14.

    I usually just save the info and not worry about it.
     
  3. Keithuk

    Keithuk Super Moderator

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    This is an old thread and I've never heard of 03587 - Control Circuit for Starter Lock Lock I've just see it in the Ross-Tech forum. I wonder why it says Control Circuit for Starter Lock Lock, 2 Locks I though it was a typo but Google shows the same.
     

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