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2005 VW touareg 2.5 TDI r5 approx 84,000 miles covered. 2-3 weeks ago the vehicle told me to stop driving due to low coolant. topped the header tank up immediately with a anti-freeze and water mix.

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If you have topped it up and is it still fine? If so then happy driving.

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It's the water pump. One of the most common problems with the VW/Audi's. It was never the head.

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Yes you could have a faulty oil cooler.But The oil in the coolent has nothing to do with the camshaft.There just trying to make a fast buck from you.Tell them just to change the oil cooler and nothing else.

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"MAS" sensor, thank you...when you unhooked it you "faulted" the ECM, returning to "limp back" mode...Injectors go wide open...fouling the MAS, and possibly others and the problem occurs again...and again...It runs OK when you're on the interstate because you have max air pressure in the plenum-tract. I'm afraid you'll continue this unless you spend the money to have it diagnosed. I do NOT recommend the dealer, maybe a local mechanic with diesel/import exp?
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P.S. I believe you have more than one filter...try running Premium Diesel if available in your area for a couple tanks.

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