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  1. Hi,I have a problem on Lupo 1.0 AUC 37kW with fuel mixture. VCDS showing error:17560/P1152 - Long Term Fuel Trim Additive Air; Bank 1; Range 2: System too Lean17573/P1165 - Long Term Fuel Trim Additive Air; Bank 1; Range 1: System too RichAfter clearing these errors they comes back in few days. In a month comes on engine light too. Last time I cleared errors I looked on oxygen sensors learning values: -6% on idle and +24% on partial load. The strange thing is that readiness is absolutely OK. Any suggestions? I'm little bit helpless at this moment.What have been done:- new oxygen senzor- cleare
  2. Cheers Mates. I'm from Romania. Here the Lupo's aren't that popular, but the owners are very proud of this little car. A friend of mine from the vw lupo club romania fitted cruise control on his TDI 1.4 AMF. I was wondering if I could do the same on my little 1.0 AUC. It's fly by wire, and has a clutch switch also. I basically want to know the login code for the vagcom. I guess it's different from TDI's, isn't it? Please give me some good news.
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