Question about 2004 Volkswagen Jetta
We accelerate the car, but it wont advance, the shop said the code the computer gives is # 16618, i have try to buy the part but cant find where to, maybe you can help me, than you
I would say that your turbo is over boosting,variable vain turbos do have this problem with carbon build up,you can take of the variable vain actuator rod and try to work it,if it feels really notchy then you turbo is u/s and not the n75 valve,let me have more details of your car and i will be able to help,if you live in the uk near canterbury i will help you by looking at it
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