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I had a miss fire on my v6 golf and the management light has come on, how do I reset it or do I have to take it to a garage
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Engine management fault
this is going to sound nuts but its true.if your brakelight switch is defective that light will flash.
see if you brake lights are working.if it is automatic trans you will notice the shifter will not always release when you depress brake pedal.
if its not brakelight switch get it autoscaned with a VAG.com
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
im willing to bet that you had a coil pack fail on you. they are one of the most common failures on the 1.8t engine. another thing i would check is for any boost hoses that may have popped off if you were accelerating quickly.
but before you go and buy a new coil pack. unplug your maf sensor and see if it runs any better than before. if the problem goes away when you unplug you maf then the mass air flow sensor is bad. but if its the same then you have a bad coil pack.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
Maybe fuse number 6 is blown (check lefthand side of steerning wheel where all teh fuses are located - you must open the door)
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
on the dash indicators you have 2 butons. one from mileage counter, and one in left for seting time.
To reset the servie interval switch the ignition off, press the button from milleage counter and keep it pressed while you turn to right the left button from time setting, while is displayed on the diplay:"service - - -"
This is all
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
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