Pressing F6 from main menu, you will get more detailed information regarding separate engine hubs, and it will allow to check their functionality.
All activation blocks are divided in two groups. Let’s start with first group, pressing F1, and choose sub-menu.
F6/F1/F1. Electrical cooling fan. Required power of fan and also temperature of coolant can be seen.
F6/F1/F2. VANOS. There you can see both actual and required positions for both camshafts, also manual correction of positions of camshafts can be done.
F6/F1/F3. Menu of fuel tank vent valve.
F6/F1/F4. Management of additional heating of thermostat. More about thermal management read here.
F6/F1/F5. Power demand of fuel pump.
F6/F1/F6. Menu for Lambda probe heating. Unfortunately, Nernst cell resistances and voltages can not be seen in the same menu.
F6/F1/F7. Manual management of engine’s cooling “blinds”.
F6/F1/F8. Management of water pump.
F6/F1/F9. Manual management of AC compressor relay.
F6/F1/Shift + F1. Management of electrical fan of DME control unit.
F6/F1/Shift + F2. Management of exhaust system valve.
F6/F1/Shift + F3. Activation of fuel tank leakage system elements (for USA models).
F6/F1/Shift + F4. Menu for DISA valve – status, counter of working times (events) and manual management.
F6/F1/Shift + F5. Menu for manual management of MIL/EML signal lights.
F6/F1/Shift + F6. Menu of power supply voltage control.
F6/F1/Shift + F7. Menu for status of control relay.
F6/F1/Shift + F8. Menu for manual management and status of crankcase anti-dampness system.
F6/F1/Shift + F9. Menu for manual management, position and voltage of throttle sensors.
F6/F2/F1. Menu for manual management of generator.
F6/F6/F2. Menu of oil pressure control (requested/measured values). More about oil pressure management read here.
F6/F2/F3. Menu for status and management of oil pressure adjustment valve.
F6/F2/F6. Menu for manual management of high-pressure pump pressure and injection mode.
F6/F2/F7. Menu for exhaust gas re-circulation valve management.
F7 is reserved for data readings of memory cells. Unfortunately, this section can be interesting only for software developers.
To be continued.