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2002 Jetta 2.0L, dealer replaced coolant flange and both inner CV boots. No mil light on prior. 150 miles post repairs I get P0722 & P0730. Car has 189,000. Revs higher than normal to shift from f

2002 Jetta 2.0L, dealer replaced coolant flange and both inner CV boots. No mil light on prior. 150 miles post repairs I get P0722 & P0730. Car has 189,000. Revs higher than normal to shift from first to second, revs high 5k but will not go higher then second. Found air pump hose that comes out of air cleaner box disconnected. Reconnected, cleared codes, no change.

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Check wiring at coolant sensor and at connectors to transmission for moisture.

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SOURCE: 2001 Jetta won't shift into high gear/

In 2001 the "Check Engine" light might give information about what's going on with the transmission. You may want to have it checked by a shop before the transmission decides to die. It might be a simple fix.

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SOURCE: speedometer not working, high revs & won't shift out of low gear

Your issue is a bad "speed sensor". Your speedometer is controlled by a sensor in your transmission, and when it quits working your speedometer will not work, it can cause very irregular shift patterns and slipping. Replacing your speed sensor should resolve your issues.

I hope this helps you, and I wish you luck on your repair.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2002 Ford Taurus will shutter and die when

the idle air control valve is responsible for engine idle.
this is a common failure on ford's. but I don't think yours is bad because it does idle high befor it dies.
you stated you had codes p0171 and p0174 these are lean codes for bank one and two, you said you found a vacuum leak and repaired it, the vacuum leak was mostly likely the cause of the lean codes, however the pcm has calibrated the fueling stategy for this lean mixture, what you need to do is erase the KAM "keep alive memory" this is done by unhooking the negative battery cable for 60 seconds, this is the only way to erase the KAM the $6000.00 machine I use wont even do it.

once the KAM is clean the computer will go into a relearn state and all operating values will be adjusted for the vehicles current condition, during this relearn session the vehicle may have some driveability issues (low or high idle, stalling, poor fuel economy) the relearn should complete within 10 minutes of idling and then 10 minutes of driving.

good luck and keep me updated

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I am looking for a thorough scheduled maintenance table for my 2002 jeep grand cherokee that is easy to follow. Where do I find that?


Replacements:
If you have not done something in a while, or can't remember when it was done: go ahead and do it now to keep your vehicle on schedule.
Every 250 miles: (Every Week)
Check Automatic Transmission Fluid Level.
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Check Engine Oil Level.
Check Engine Level + Reservoir
Check Horn Function.
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Check Power Steering Fluid Level
Check Tire and Air Pressure Levels (Don't Forget the Spare)
Check Windshied Fluid Level
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Every 7,500 miles: (Every 6-months)
Rotate the Tires.
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Check the Condition of All VacuumHoses & Connections.
Check Wiper Blades. Replace if needed.
Check for "play" in Steering Linkages and Balljoints.
Every 9,000 miles: (Every 9-months)
Check the Brakes: Pads, Rotors, Calipers and Hoses.
Lubricate the Tie Rod Ends and Ball Joints.
Check the Drive Axles, CV Joint Boots: Inner and Outer.
Check Suspension: Coils, Struts and Shocks.
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Check Fuel System Hoses & Lines and Connections.
Check Drivebelts/Serpentine Belts.
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Flush Coolant System.
Check and Replace PVC Valve.
Replace Spark Plugs.
Replace Ignition Wires
Check Distributor/Electronic Ignition Coil.
Check Operation of ALL Seatbelts.
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Replace Serpentine/Drive Belts.

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Preventative maintnance


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If you have not done something in a while, or can't remember when it was done: go ahead and do it now to keep your vehicle on schedule.
Every 250 miles: (Every Week)
Check Automatic Transmission Fluid Level.
Check Battery Electrolyte Level, Post and Connections
Check Brake Fluid Level.
Check Engine Oil Level.
Check Engine Level + Reservoir
Check Horn Function.
Check Operation(s) of ALL Lights.
Check Power Steering Fluid Level
Check Tires and Air Pressure Levels (Don't Forget the Spare)
Check Windshied Fluid Level
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Check the Exhaust System.
Check the Condition of All Vacuum Hoses & Connections.
Check Wiper Blades. Replace if needed.
Check for "play" in Steering Linkages and Balljoints.
Every 9,000 miles: (Every 9-months)
Check the Brakes: Pads, Rotors, Calipers and Hoses.
Lubricate the Tie Rod Ends and Ball Joints.
Check the Drive Axles, CV Joint Boots: Inner and Outer.
Check Suspension: Coils, Struts and Shocks.
Every 15,000 miles: (Every Year)
Replace Air Filter
Change Automatic Fluid and Filter.
Check Fuel System Hoses & Lines and Connections.
Check Drivebelts/Surpentine Belts.
Every 30,000 miles: (Every 2-Years)
Drain and Replace the Engine Coolant Fluid
Flush Coolant System.
Check and Replace PVC Valve.
Replace Spark Plugs.
Replace Ignition Wires
Check Distributor/Electronic Ignition Coil.
Check Operation of ALL Seatbelts.
Check EVAP Emission System Hoses and Connections
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Replace Fuel Filter.

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Red light on, car has 164000 miles what maintenance is required


Not knowing what you have done and when below are the normal intervals for Checks and Replacements:
If you have not done something in a while, or can't remember when it was done: go ahead and do it now to keep your vehicle on schedule.

Every 250 miles: (Every Week)
Check Automatic Transmission Fluid Level.
Check Battery Electrolyte Level, Post and Cable Connections
Check Brake Fluid Level.
Check Engine Oil Level.
Check Engine Coolant Level + Reservoir
Check Horn Function.
Check Operation(s) of ALL Lights.
Check Power Steering Fluid Level
Check Tires and Air Pressure Levels (Don't Forget the Spare)
Check Windshied Fluid Level
Every 3,000 miles: (Every 3 to 4 Months)
Change Oil and Filter.
Every 7,500 miles: (Every 6-months)
Rotate the Tires.
Check and Clean Battery
Check Cooling Hoses & Connections for Leaks & Damage,
Check the Exhaust System.
Check the Condition of All Vacuum Hoses & Connections.
Check Wiper Blades. Replace if needed.
Check for "play" in Steering Linkages and Balljoints.
Every 9,000 miles: (Every 9-months)
Check the Brakes: Pads, Rotors, Calipers and Hoses.
Lubricate the Tie Rod Ends and Ball Joints.
Check the Drive Axles, CV Joint Boots: Inner and Outer.
Check Suspension: Coils, Struts and Shocks.
Every 15,000 miles: (Every Year)
Replace Air Filter
Change Automatic Fluid and Filter.
Check Fuel System Hoses & Lines and Connections.
Check Drivebelts/Surpentine Belts.
Every 30,000 miles: (Every 2-Years)
Drain and Replace the Engine Coolant Fluid
Flush Coolant System.
Check and Replace PVC Valve.
Replace Spark Plugs.
Replace Ignition Wires.
Check Distributor/Electronic Ignition Coil.
Check Operation of ALL Seatbelts.
Check EVAP Emission System Hoses and Connections
Every 60,000 miles:
Replace Fuel Filter.

Let me know if this helped, or if you have any additional information or questions. Contact me at FixYa.com!

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