Question about 2001 Volkswagen Passat
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Depending upon the actual sounds your hearing the windo could have come off its track, or the linkage between the window motor and the window hardware has become disengaged. In either event you will need to remove the interior door panel in order to observe the proble, and then determine whether you will be able to repair the problem. The access holes are small, and the metal edges are sometime rather sharp. Other than that the job may not be all that difficult if you are mechanically inclined. Dealer cost could be in the $300 range, mor if a new window motor is required.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
remove the battery for half an hour, then reconnect it and the ecu should reset. After turning on ignition wait till all clicking and whirring stops before starting it, and check you havent dislodged the airflow meter connector on the airfilter when you did the o2 sensor, as this, or an intake air leak, is more likely to cause a stumble than the o2 sensor.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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