I did translate prior to trying it. Per aku-aku, I was looking for “adapt flap end stops” and the german translation “end stops learn” seemed to fit. This car has always been serviced by VW at the dealership. This is the first time I have touched the car due what this repair would cost at the dealership. The cost of a genuine VW new Climatronic unit on line is $450 and that is discounted. I’m sure the dealer would have charged quite a bit more, not to mention the diagnostic and installation cost.I suspect you think a diagnostics tool will just solve all your problems?
The Climatronic unit that I just installed matches both the year and part number exactly. I have worked on vehicles for over 50 years, learning how to diagnose issues long before there was ever OBD2 diagnostic equipment. With all of the computer controlled components in todays vehicles, you can’t diagnose anything without them. Diagnostic equipment has never told you exactly which part to replace, only where to look. I’m In the process of learning a new diagnostic tool, in which is not intuitive and comes with nothing but a quick start manual. There are plenty of youtube videos or internet articles that give reviews or how to initially setup the app and a quick look at what is available within the app. There are few that are specific to the second generation OBDEleven using an iPhone that actually teach you how to use it. I know with this tool, I could easily mess up allot more then my original issue so that is why I am proceeding cautiously.
I joined this forum to get help with my specific issue from experienced VW experts and enthusiasts, and maybe even learn along the way but certainly not to be belittled.