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I know but i am a member long before forums in dutch where available.
The point is the fault codes are identical in any language, so that is not hard to understand. i don't expect a reply in Dutch LOL.
So you think we have the time to research each code in English? I, for one, have a full time job and have no time to start checking each code on your list by looking for the english version of that code.

You are the one looking for help, so try to help us to better help you.

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Sorry but i think you misunderstood me! I am not asking to search the code in English. Read the first post.
I have the description of those code, i just don't know what they mean. And it is about the first post only.
The other codes are there only as an add on and i have a description of all of them and understand them
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And pardon me sir, i don't want to take your time???

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900C ABS Control Module: Emergency opening received; Test Complete - Stored

900C ABS Control Module: Emergency opening detected; Test Complete - Stored

900F ABS Control Module: Emergency opening canceled; Test Complete - Stored
These are not actually fault codes, they are test codes. At some stage a test has been initiated by Xentry on the ABS system and the test was successful.

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Thanks for the reply, but are 100% sure? I understand them as by a crash the ESP module initiated the opening of the doors for example? No?
These codes i have twice @140.000 km and @164.000 km.
Strange, in the report they are noted as faulycodes?

You know what those frequency's mean? the fault frequency is perhaps the amount of time these faults where present but the other freq. ??
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Thanks for the reply, but are 100% sure? I understand them as by a crash the ESP module initiated the opening of the doors for example? No?
These codes i have twice @140.000 km and @164.000 km.
Strange, in the report they are noted as faulycodes?

You know what those frequency's mean? the fault frequency is perhaps the amount of time these faults where present but the other freq. ??
Look at the wording, Test Complete, a test is all it is and nothing more, it most certainly is not a fault.

I can only guess that the modules are programed to run tests at set mileage related intervals to ensure certain items of the safety program are indeed operational. But I cannot confirm this.

It runs in three stages, recieved, detected and cancelled so it is a test only.

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If it said;

900C ABS Control Module: Emergency opening detected and stored

Then this would not be a test.

The word cancelled means end of test, this would not happen in a real event.

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Cool

Last night i was searching a Volkswagen forum, cause i read somewhere on had only a faultcode 900D on his Crafter which in fact is a sprinter, i did not yet found it.
I am sorry Eric but i am not yet convinced that it is a test. i wonder why xentry will show the results of the test in a faultcode environment. those code's are really under the tab "STORINGSCODES" which literally means malfunction codes.
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