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What does "sailboat" looking symbol mean when flashing red?

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SOURCE: Flashing symbol on dashboard

HI, THAT LAMP SHOWS YOU HAVE A FAULTY GLOWPLUG,BUT CAR WILL START OK WITH THREE WORKING,THANKS.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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Fog lights fuse is #36, which is a 15A (blue) fuse that fits in the bottom "group" of fuses, center row, 2nd from bottom

Posted on May 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Red light flashing that looks like music note in water... HELP

check your anitfreeze level. Is your heat guage high or close to the red line? Also have you checked your oil? To check antifreeze, remove cab when car is COLD make sure the coolant level is up to the top of the radiator. To check oil find the oil dipstick. (probably yellow) wipe clean once, reinstert fully, pull out again. check to make sure it is surely above the ADD mark. If it is at this mark, add 1 quart of oil.
If antifreeze is low, buy a jug of 50/50 antifreeze and get a funel and pour until radiator is full. Slowly pully it in little bits at a time, than slowly squueze and release raidator hose to burb the air bubbles out of the radiator hose.

If your temp guage is going up, than your came may need antifreeze. If it has fluid, than you may need to have thermostat replaced.

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: volkswagen beetle coolant light goes red, blinks

ck your coolant level when the car is cold. Fill the res. until right betwen the 'min' and 'max' lines

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

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SOURCE: what does the code po606 mean on a 2001 volkswagen

ECM/PCM Processor malfunction. The 2 corrective actions are either "Check terminal resistance for CAN-Bus" or the bad one, "Replace Motronic Engine Control Module."

As for the first one, if you remove the center dash panel, then, assuming you have Torx scredrivers, remove the panel in front of the speedometer, plus the cover under there, you can make sure that the cables are securely attached. Hopefully that will fix it. If not, you will need to get a new computer for the car. You could try the online vendors, but might have to go to the dealership to get everything matched up correctly. The replacing part is easy, just a few screws holding the unit in place.

Posted on Mar 01, 2010

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I've had this happen and the red symbol usually blinks when there's a problem. Usually means coolant needs to be added. Just remember that the ONLY coolant to use in this particular vehicle is the G12 coolant period! (well maybe G13 but very important to have the correct one) Could mean your engine.

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