Question about 2001 Volkswagen Passat
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Check engine light go on
It sounds like you have been driving the vehicle with the check engine light on for quite a while. All of these codes did not set all at once. You are going to have to do some serious diagnostics to find out the cause of each of those codes. They have to be addressed one at a time until all of the faults are fixed, all of the OBD Readiness Monitors have completed, and no codes are present. It's going to take a while, so get ready to spend the big bucks! You will be lucky if you do not end up with a catalyst efficiency code (P0420 or P0430) before it is all over with. (Continuing to operate the vehicle with the check engine light on can completely destroy the catalytic converters.)
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