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Code P1269. Will having green coolant in a 2001 New Beetle cause a code P1269? It hase a 1.8 turbo engine.

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  • jg1523 Apr 23, 2009

    I'm sorry, I gave the wrong code number. The code I'm getting is a manufacturer specific code for the coolant temp sensor.

  • jg1523 Apr 24, 2009

    The coolant temp sensor was replaced about 2 weeks ago when the car came in with the same code I'm getting now.

  • T cobb May 01, 2009

    mine is a 2003 volkswagon and the cooling temp. sensor keeps coming on and the check engine light would come on also. Just paid to have thermostat replaced. 3 days later....light came back on. It makes me sick. What could be wrong???? My car is not overheating or running hot. We've always had that checked when it came on.

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P1269 Immobiliser Code not programmed... Are you using a copy of the original key? you might have to buy anoter ecu.

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  • captain anonymous Apr 23, 2009

    Im finding alot of people with the same coolant problem as you.

    did you check and see if the coolant temp sensor was black? or it could be your thermostat.

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We have a 2001 vw beetle. the check engine light came on. the code is P1296. But the coolant level is where it belongs. next place to look please


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16502/P0118/000280 From Ross-Tech Wiki Jump to: navigation, search Contents [hide] if (window.showTocToggle) { var tocShowText = "show"; var tocHideText = "hide"; showTocToggle(); } 16502/P0118/000280 - Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor (G62): Signal too High Possible Symptoms
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