I waited for the weather to get nicer and removed and cleaned the flapper. The vehicle is going in for service to hopefully identify and fix this issue on June 3 2013. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who performed a diagnostic test which located the failure within the exhaust control module. The fuel rail, injectors, pump, tank, and all lines will need to be replaced as the result of the pump failure caused bits of metal flakes to circulate about the fuel system. This is a pattern failure for this vehicle. I was able to pull to the side of the road, then have it towed.
However, when I presented this tsb data, along with report of my symptoms to the dealer after they inspected the car and could not find anything they told me that they could not help me, since the vehicle is out of its warranty period. It never hurts to ask! Coasted to side of road cycle key off and on, back to normal. Complete shipping and return policy information can be found in our. Piping removed to allow some water to drain out. Bought special aftermarket part and correct problem 80900 mi Quinked hose at diesel temperature sensor. Condensation can also collect in the exhaust and rust the pivot points.
Incident has happened 6+ times in varying severity. Replaced all 4 glow plugs. Dealer said if one sensor went back, the other one would follow shortly, any truth? I would just change them both and be done with it. I downshifted into second, turned back on but when I gave it gas it sputtered. The cabin air filter also aids in defroster performance and helps to improve overall driving comfort by encouraging better airflow through the vehicle.
Thinks it might be electrical but the recall was for fuel injectors. The dealer replaced both sensors because it was impossible to replace just one. Replaced exhaust gas temperature sensor. If you sign up for notifications in My Garage, we will try to get these to do, but for various reasons some beyond our control cannot guarantee you will receive them. Nothing was corroded or diesel like black soot, very clean like a new car mine 2. The contact stated that the check engine warning light was illuminated.
After several attempts of 1 revolution at a time, car will start to turn more and more if a pause of 30 seconds between attempts is allowed. I don't see any performance hits, mileage is same. I believe this was more to do with a dealer ripoff by the service department. They needed to replace three rods in the engine that had been damaged by the ice from the intercooler. It explicitly is covered in California and New York, where I purchased my car. At the dealer february 2 knock sensors were ordered.
Car had to be towed into the shop. The dealer replaced the exhaust module under the warranty; however, the failure was not corrected. Code was P0087, fuel pump pressure failure. The dealership sent out a flatbed to tow the car back to there garage. Suspected issue is moisture from egr system goes into intake air, and is freezing in the inter cooler in freezing weather. Get your Jetta upgraded or back in pristine shape by shopping Advance Auto Parts.
I look it up and find this. I will need to drive a few days. This entire sequence which has happened at least 4 times in the last month, to varying degrees occurred in the December-January time frame, with the first incident occurring when temps were right around freezing, with precipitation rain-snow mix and high humidity. The contact stated that while driving 30 mph, the check engine warning light illuminated. The failure mileage was 30,000. The vehicle is always serviced by the dealership including all oil changes and is up to date on all pertinent maintenance.
These are the types of issues that make people conclude that car makers build in this kind of problem for profit. So anyway, I took it in and it was all covered under the extended warranty. Issue points to water building up in intercooler hoses. Used a ross-tech cable and software. The car lost power and wasn't running right. It has been inconsistent, sometimes not happening for weeks at a time, but in the last 5 days it has happened approximately 5 times.
It didn't cause me any driveability issues, and I was only out 2 hours on a Saturday morning. It is an extremely dangerous problem and should be taken care of asap! L issue occurs after driving in below freezing weather, and attempting to restart after weather has gone above freezing such as driving to work in freezing weather, temps warm up during the day, occurs on attempt to drive home. Dealer noted no fuel contamination. This car is a diesel tdi. Once stopped was able to get car to restart but was barely able to drive home periodically died and had to restart, wouldn't stay running or idle. I have replaced: -intake manifold -all fuel sensors -low pressure fuel pump -high pressure fuel pump -melted fuses with unknown cause -two batteries -other smaller items related to fuel system.