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Vw golf gt 2007 error code: "8803 turbo/supercharger boost system" and 5699 "please check Dtc memory of electric load controller"

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SOURCE: VW Golf GT GTi 2L start problem

worn coil pack?
its a problem with some golfs
type worn coil pack golf tdi on google and you should see everything on it. i think theres an uprated set out now don't quote me on it tho!

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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SOURCE: alarm system in my 95 vw golf

if i remember right these golfs were immobilised by a transponder which is built into your original key and the circuits that are immobillised are the starter motor wire which can be bypassed and the other one is to the fuel pump relay but the loom goes straight to underneath the back seat , so you need to get a live to the fuel pump by some means !

your best bet is dropping the drivers side fuse box which is held by about four screws and then there is a plastic latch at each side that you just flick up by hand and then the fuse box can be lifted off its brackets in an upwards motion !

just pray that its not a factory immobilliser which is fitted because you will see where the immobilliser cuts are all made at the back of the fusebox which will make it so much easier to solder the original coloured wires together to get the car started .

and yep i have worked on this car many times and ripped my hair out over the original transpoder immobilliser bypass lol !

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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The radio is in Lock-Out mode. You only get two attempts to enter the code, then it enters Lock-Out mode.
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SOURCE: serious electrical problems wiv vw golf mk4 gti turbo yr 2000

I had a VW rabbit that developed mad electrical problems. It started when one day the headlights remained on and would not shut off. It turned out that a $2.00 gasket for the antenna wire had failed. This allowed road water from the wheel well to leak onto the fuse box. In time the fuse panel corroded and shorted out. I had to replace the fuse box twice and use rubber epoxy to seal the leak.
Check all fuses and electrical wiring for signs of shorts or corrosion.

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: vw golf tdi turbo problems

check the turbo hoses, they are renound for dry cracking, very hard to see at first glance

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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