Audi A4 Owners & Service Manuals

Audi A4: Battery Tester -VAS6161-

General Description:

  WARNING

Risk of injury. Follow all warning messages and safety precautions. Refer to → Chapter "Warnings and Safety Precautions".

It is not necessary to disconnect or remove the Battery -A- when using the Battery Tester -VAS6161-.

The Battery Tester -VAS6161- does not load the Battery -A-. It is working according to the principle of dynamic conductivity.

The Battery Tester -VAS6161- stores all battery types.

The data can be stored on an SD memory card.

The Battery Tester -VAS6161- can be updated via an interface or a SD card, so that all battery data from Volkswagen is always current.

The integrated infrared sensor (measuring the battery temperature) increases the quality of the measurements.

As an option, there is a scanner available, which can be used to read the bar code on the Battery -A-.

W00-10793

  Note

Observe the Battery Tester -VAS6161- Operating Instructions.

  • Battery Tester -VAS6161- device description. Refer to → Chapter "Battery Tester -VAS6161- Device Description".
  • Battery test. Refer to → Chapter "Battery Test, Performing using Battery Tester -VAS6161-".
  • Maintenance test, performing. Refer to → Chapter "Maintenance Test, Performing".
  • Service test, performing. Refer to → Chapter "Service Test, Performing".
  • Warranty test, performing. Refer to → Chapter "Warranty Test, Performing".
  • Printed test results explanations. Refer to → Chapter "Explanation of Test Results".
  • Test result evaluation. Refer to → Chapter "Test Result Evaluation".

Battery Tester -VAS6161- Device Description

Battery Tester -VAS6161-

Battery Tester -VAS6161- Device Description

1 - Internal printer

2 - Operating lever for the paper tray

3 - Paper slot

4 - Main menu display

5 - Display with on/off-button

6 - Connection for the battery tester cable

7 - Slot for the SD memory card

8 - Infrared temperature sensor

9 - PC file transmitter

Battery Test, Performing using Battery Tester -VAS6161-

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Battery Tester -VAS6161-

  WARNING

Risk of injury. Follow all warning messages and safety precautions. Refer to → Chapter "Warnings and Safety Precautions".

Procedure

  WARNING

Do not check or charge a Battery -A- when the visual indicator has "no color or is bright yellow". Jump starting must not be used!

There is a risk of explosion during testing, charging or jump starting.

These Batteries -A- must be replaced.

  Note

The Battery -A- temperature must be at least 10 ºC (50 ºF).

- Turn off the ignition and all electrical consumers and remove the ignition key.

- Check the visual indicator on Batteries -A- with visual indicator. Refer to → Chapter "Battery, Checking, Vehicles with Battery Monitoring Control Module J367 or Energy Management Control Module J644 and Data Bus On Board Diagnostic Interface J533".

- Switch on the Battery Tester -VAS6161-. Refer to → Chapter "Battery Tester -VAS6161- Device Description".

- Connect the red terminal (+) to the positive terminal of the Battery -A-.

- Connect the black terminal (-) to the negative terminal for the Battery -A-.

  Note

Make sure the test terminals make good contact!

- Select one of the following:

  • Maintenance test (only on new vehicles before becoming inventory). Refer to → Chapter "Maintenance Test, Performing".
  • Service test. Refer to → Chapter "Service Test, Performing".
  • Warranty test. Refer to → Chapter "Warranty Test, Performing".

  Note

  • The test is over after approximately 10 seconds.
  • The results of the test are output through the printer.
  • The Battery Tester -VAS6161- does not have to cool down before taking the next measurement.

- Switch off the Battery Tester -VAS6161-. Refer to → Chapter "Battery Tester -VAS6161- Device Description".

- Remove the test terminals.

Maintenance Test, Performing

  WARNING

Do not check or charge a Battery -A- when the visual indicator has "no color or is bright yellow". Jump starting must not be used!

There is a risk of explosion during testing, charging or jump starting.

These Batteries -A- must be replaced.

Procedure

- Select "Maintenance Test".

- Connect the scanner.

  Note

If there is no scanner, manually enter the VIN on the printed test results.

- Scan the VIN.

- Select "at the battery pole" or "at the battery jump start terminal".

- Section vehicle model.

- Scan the barcode or manually select the "type and manufacturer" in the menu.

- Determine the temperature above the Battery -A-. Hold the infrared sensor approximately 5 cm above the battery pole until the temperature is stable.

- Start the test.

- Print out the test notes.

Service Test, Performing

  WARNING

Do not check or charge a Battery -A- when the visual indicator has "no color or is bright yellow". Jump starting must not be used!

There is a risk of explosion during testing, charging or jump starting.

These Batteries -A- must be replaced.

Procedure

- Select "Service Test".

- Select "at the battery pole" or "at the battery jump start terminal".

- Section vehicle model.

- Determine the temperature above the Battery -A-. Hold the infrared sensor approximately 5 cm above the battery pole until the temperature is stable.

- Select battery type (Normal, AGM, 2*6 V or Gel).

- Select Norm (CCA, JIS, DIN, SAE, IEC or EN).

- Start the test.

- Print out the test notes.

Warranty Test, Performing

  WARNING

Do not check or charge a Battery -A- when the visual indicator has "no color or is bright yellow". Jump starting must not be used!

There is a risk of explosion during testing, charging or jump starting.

These Batteries -A- must be replaced.

Procedure

- Select "Warranty Test".

- Select "inside the vehicle" or "outside of the vehicle".

- Select "at the battery pole" or "at the battery jump start terminal".

- Section vehicle model.

- Determine the temperature above the Battery -A-. Hold the infrared sensor approximately 5 cm above the battery pole until the temperature is stable.

- Select battery type (Normal, AGM, 2*6 V or Gel).

- Select battery capacity.

- Start the test.

- Print out the test notes.

Explanation of Test Results

N27-10799

1 - Type of test

2 - Test result

3 - Measured voltage

4 - Battery -A- measured cold start value

5 - Battery -A- cold start value set on the Battery Tester -VAS6161-

6 - Temperature measured above the Battery -A-

7 - Battery -A- component location

8 - Battery terminal clamp position set on the Battery Tester -VAS6161-

9 - Selected battery type

  Note

The printed test results are required for warranty claims.

Test Result Evaluation

Evaluating the Battery Test Results for the Warranty and Service Tests

Evaluating the Battery Test Results for the Warranty and Service Tests

Evaluating the Battery Test Results for the Maintenance test

Evaluating the Battery Test Results for the Maintenance test

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