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Wrong head i have a 2001 passat with a aug bottom end and someone installed a awm head without the vct solonoid now car runs ok but cid comes on with a p0010 i tried to install a 10 ohm resistor in the connector but that just delayed the code until car was driven just want to get a sticker help pls

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Just no idea here but to suggest you go to a scrapyard and find the appropiate part and somehow fit it ,even if the head is different for this you might be able to make it fit with a jiggerry .

Posted on Feb 07, 2014

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SOURCE: After Market radio install on a 2001 Passat

Metra makes a preamp harness that you can use if you have the partial Bose system. My A4 had that (where the front speakers were run off of the headunit with speaker-level feed, but the deck put a line level signal to a rear amp to power the speakers). This harness would let you use the aftermarket deck with your factory speakers, if you have the partial Bose system. Best bet is to do a Google search for "Metra 2001 Passat" or something like that and I'm sure it'll show up.

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SOURCE: VW jetta over heating after new thermostat installed

there could be an air gap in you coolant circuit, make sure you have purged the entire cooling system of air that might have been be trapped in the cooling circuit when you changed the T-stat.

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SOURCE: Where and how do you refill freon on a VW 2001 Jetta?

if the ac system was functioning under a vacuum (it should be), the can should have gotten cold, is there already pressure in the system before you tried ti fill? you have the correct connection if it had a blue cap. it sounds like a possable restricted oriface tube...the instructions will come with new part, USE CAUTION r-134 system repairs can be very dangerous, be sure to remove and store refrigerant before repair...good luck, marty

Posted on May 27, 2009

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