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7E8 and 7E9 these are not codes what they are are system 7E8 is for the engine powertrain and 7E9 is for the transmission powertrain, go to the menu 7E8 if it list a DTC (diagnostic trouble code) select it, and it would read a P code such as P0XXX or P1XXX same
For 1998 VW Passat V6 the fuse box is located on the left side of dashboard behind a plastic cover (for left hand steering wheel vehicle). On inner face of the plastic cover you will find the fuse diagram. The cigarette lighter fuse for 1998 VW Passat V6 is placed in the fuse box / relay plate fascia 1, (driver's door open). See pictures below:
The A/C in my 2006 Passat 2.0 T is not working consistently. It seems to quit giving cold air when the outside temp is the hottest. It sometimes works fine until the engine is warmed up-then starts blowing hot air. Any Ideas?
I have a VW Passat estate 2008, the dashboard screen has now got the letters MFD Speed warning on it, it came on when I was in a queue of traffic doing about 15mph. Does anyone know what this means and what I can do about it?
I'd suggest you join VW Vortex forum and post your question under your VW model discussion forum. You have a higher rate of hitting it dead on for your car solutions and how fast you receive suggestions. Just hit the address abive to take you there. Any VW forum will work and not necessarily VW Vortex, I just happen to use them. Please rate any suggestions given in your search for a solution. Thank you.
Check the fluid level in the resevoir. If it is low then top it up. However, it went low for a reason - maybe it's just because your brake pads starting to wear out or you could possibly have a brake fluid leak.