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  1. tyboutit@hotmail.com
    03-28-2014 11:30 PM - permalink
    tyboutit@hotmail.com
    2001 jetta 1.8t with epc light and P0412 code. Any help
  2. Cnolan117
    01-24-2014 08:00 PM - permalink
    Cnolan117
    Bought my 2007 Passat new back in 07 and have had very few problems. Last week I put the key fob in to start and silence(the engine didnt even try to turn over), but I tried it again immediately and it started. A few days later after about 5 tries the car started( same issue). Went out to the car a little while ago and the car wont start. Dash Lights come on, battery is good, yellow steering wheel light illuminates and flashes. Anyones help is greatly appreciated!
  3. MaxySam
    11-04-2013 11:00 AM - permalink
    MaxySam
    I am new to this listserv and need guidance as to where to find threads linked to the purchase of a 2014 automatic Passat TDI SEL. Thanks in advance for your guidance.
  4. Ledge
    10-07-2013 09:16 PM - permalink
    Ledge
    HELP!!! I had a full service today with my car(VW Polo 1.2 SE 64 2005 model) and the engine have code fault P0301, P0303, P1397, P1635. The mechanic guy said it's the cylinder 1 & 3, and that the radiator's leaking and needs "total replacement" and the other codes as I searched online said the speed or sensor control limit reached and CAN data bus, AC no signal. He's quoting me 310. Was it necessary to replace the radiator instead of sealing it?

    Just had a full service and mechanics eng. advice to replace the radiator immediately, otherwise I should top up the coolant more often until I had it fixed. I noticed some leakage on the road where my car is parked too just after the driving it the night after the full service done. :( :confused:
  5. Bleilerjeremy
    07-20-2013 11:04 PM - permalink
    Bleilerjeremy
    Sry to bother u but was hoping u could help me or might know someone who can give me an answer starts with a 1994 jetta 2.0 engine blew I had a 1.8 16v so I converted it over to the 2.0 fuel injection n sensors now I dont hv any spark out of the coil I hv fuel but no spark didn't change distributor bc sure u know the 1.8 16v distributor is on side of head n runs off the cam now will the hall sensor b dif that it don't work?? Well sry again I bothered u but I could use some help thank u
  6. Samerhh
    06-23-2013 01:03 PM - permalink
    Samerhh
    Hey db, im new to this site and i couldnt figure out how to post a thread, but u got a question, i bought rims for my 2001 golf and the size of the rims are 225/45/18 what would i need to get the rims to fit on my car, Thanks alot
  7. jnaplessiano
    05-07-2013 07:44 PM - permalink
    jnaplessiano
    db, I have a 1997 Jetta GT 2.0, installed stainless exhaust, header etc., did away with cat; air pump; EGR. Motor is tweaked, Wiseco, Manly, etc., still getting trouble codes. Bank 1 and 2 oxygen sensors hooked up. K&N filter (cone style). Codes: PO172; PO411; PO442; P1476 and P1452 (only because air pump relay disconnected when I hooked up computer). How can I bypass some of the sensors? Exactly. And should I send the ECM out to be tweked by the big dogs? Thanks db.
  8. Chaz8118
    04-14-2013 06:32 PM - permalink
    Chaz8118
    Well after spending 30 mins trying to figure it out I figured I'd ask someone, how exactly do you post a question cause I most certainly can not figure it out.
  9. Vr6_Dub
    03-17-2013 07:56 PM - permalink
    Vr6_Dub
    what's up guys, i have a 2003 golf Vr6! I was recently hit, and was wondering if any of you have or know anyone that has the bumper and clips that hold it in place for sale? Or have any tips on a cheaper fix, i have the plate that the clips slide into i just dont have the clips...can you buy them seperatly or do you have to buy everything together... any information will help, just looking to get my baby back to 100% my car is a dark grey almost metallic ish..
  10. TIMz
    03-17-2013 04:29 AM - permalink
    TIMz
    Hey mate do you think you can take a read of my posts. I really need help as i have just bought a new engine for my car but i want to have it remapped before i put the new engine in whilst i rebuild some parts but will having the car remapped with the old engine in affect the the ECU when i put the new engine in? Please I need help as my partner is losing faith in my project. Cheers

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