ABS BOSCH 8.1
Vdiag No.: 18
VP001: Enter VIN.
This command permits manual entry of the vehicle's VIN into the computer.
Use this command each time the computer is replaced.
The VIN number (VF...) can be found on the manufacturer's plate on the door pillar and on the body panel
under the bonnet.
– connect the diagnostic tool,
– refer to the BOSCH 8.1 ABS fault finding,
– select parameter VP001,
– enter the VIN,
– clear the computer memory using command RZ001 Fault memory,
– exit fault finding mode,
– switch off the ignition,
– wait for the end of powerlatch,
– on the identification screen, using ID010 V.I.N. code, check that the code being entered has been
VP004: Vehicle parameters.
This command allows you to identify the vehicle on which the computer is installed.
Using PR063 Vehicle parameters, check that the parameters have been correctly recognised.
VP006: Enter last APV* operation date.
Whenever the ABS system is worked on in the shop, the date must be entered.
Select command VP006 on the diagnostic tool.
Enter the service date using the diagnostic tool keypad.
Using ID020 Read last After-Sales operation date, check that the date has been entered.
VP007: Tachometric index.
This command is used to program the computer memory with the index required to calculate vehicle speed
from the speed at which the tyres fitted on the vehicle turn.
Command VP007 is only used to stop the ABS warning light flashing after the computer has been
Using PR030 Tachometric index, check that the index has been entered correctly.
The vehicle speed information is not delivered to the other computers by the ABS computer.
The vehicle speed signal is delivered by a speed sensor located on the gearbox.
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