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I have a short electrical circuit problem in my 2005 Touareg. Is there a history on shorted out electrical circuits?

My battery is new and was fully charged, but over four days without using my car the battery was dead. Is there a short circuit history of 2005 Touareg?

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I have had a similar problem on other V.Ws it turned out to be a fault in alternator diode pack causing the battery to loose it`s charge.. try that..

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The most important thing to do after battery replacement is to perform a coding. I need your vehicle identification number to check the coding for your battery management control. Sometimes happens there is something wrong with generator. You can check what is actual voltage when you connect standard multimeter (set on DC voltage at scale 0-20 V) at battery connectors. First check the voltage when engine is at idle and all is switched off, then switch lights, climate control fan .etc, The voltage should be from 13,6 -14,5. If you see 12 V and less it means there is no battery charging. And there are two ways. First you have to check if there is proper coding at battery management and then check generator. If your battery charging is fine, and you have problems with starting engine after a few weeks, you have to check first current consumption when car is closed after 1 minute, and then after one hour. Some cars like vw and bmw have inteligent battery clamp which is checking starting condisions all the time. The current consumption should be form 200 mV to 300 mV. If you have more there might be a problem with some engine component , some switch (door switch , door lamp, trunk light ...) I can help you but i need more information, about the things i wrote.

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P1215Injector Circuit Cylinder 3 Short To Positive
P1216Injector Circuit Cylinder 4 Short To Positive
P1217Injector Circuit Cylinder 5 Short To Positive
P1218Injector Circuit Cylinder 6 Short To Positive
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P1226Injector Circuit Cylinder 2 Short To Ground
P1227Injector Circuit Cylinder 3 Short To Ground
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P1229Injector Circuit Cylinder 5 Short To Ground
P1230Injector Circuit Cylinder 6 Short To Ground
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P1329Cyl. 5 Knock Control Limit Attained
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