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I just did an autoscan on my car but the results seem fairly small, is it missing things? What I'm trying to determine is any engine faults, mainly because the engine shakes, which also makes the gear stick shake, when it's cold. I thought it was the engine mount which appears to have bits of rubber coming off, but my mechanic thinks it's misfiring so wanted fault codes, this is the result of the scan, is it missing things?

Chassis Type: 1J - VW G/J/B Mk4

Scan: 01,02,03,08,15,17,19,22,35,46,56

Address 03 -------------------------------------------------------

Controller: 1C0 907 379 C

Component: ABS FRONT MK60 0103

Coding: 0001025

Shop #: WSC 00046

No fault code found.

Skipping Address 15-Airbags

Address 17 -------------------------------------------------------

Controller: 1J0 920 925 A

Component: KOMBI+WEGFAHRS. BOO V01

Coding: 01413

Shop #: WSC 00073

Ident.-Nr. WEGFAHRS.:VWZ6Z0Y2054392

No fault code found.

Address 19 -------------------------------------------------------

Controller: 6N0 909 901

Component: Gateway K<->CAN 0001

Coding: 00006

Shop #: WSC 00046

No fault code found.

Address 46 -------------------------------------------------------

Controller: 1J0 959 799 AH

Component: 4U Zentral-SG Komf. 0001

Coding: 04096

Shop #: WSC 00046

2 Faults Found:

01135 - Interior Monitoring Sensors

36-10 - Open Circuit - Intermittent

00943 - Heated Exterior Mirror: Driver Side (Z4)

35-00 - -

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ebay cable, I tried going into the engine part specifically to check for fault codes there and it was having a problem with the cable. I presume that means the ebay special doesn't actually work properly? If so, where can I get one that does?
 

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That would be good, I would rather not spend £30 though, I just want to know what cable I need (or even better, how to get the one I've got to work so I don't have to spend anymore money). I'm not really sure why the one I have isn't fully working...
 

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It's almost certainly not fully working because it was made in China by slave labour at a cost of about 3p.If you want to save money on your car maintenance,it's worth spending out now on of those all-in-one units as linked to above.
 

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Those first three links are way too expensive, I just want to get fault codes and spending over £200 to do that isn't necessary. I think I might just get a specific fault code reader rather then a lead, at least that way I know it will work. The preference was to spend about £10-20 on a cable that works though, but since I can't seem to find out why I can't get codes from the one I'm using or find out which one I should get, I think a fault code device for around £30 is probably the way to go
 
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