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Replaced what & why ?
How was the testing done, to find a
problem, that needed parts ?
Right now you have NO AIR BAG-- it is turned off
You have to use a scan tool that works on a VW/Audi
& look at enhanced data (check for codes) then diagnose
them,obviously that wasn't done or a problem ever found
Posted on Nov 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Volkswagen Diesel
according to haynes beetle repair the code is turbocharger boost pressure control valve positive deviation. to trouble shoot
check the wiring, connecting pipes.using a hand held vacuum pump apply vacuum to the wastegate actuator,(with engine not running) check the actuator arm and lever for freedom of movement , disconnect the electrical connector from the boost pressure control valve. using an ohmmeter check the solenoid windings for an open circuit, the boost pressure control valve should measure about 25 to 35 ohms if excessive resistance or open circuit is indicated replace control valve.
a scan tool is required for a complete diagnosis of the system control circuits some may be rented from a local auto repair store hope this helps and norrows it down for ya
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
It is a pain in the ****. There is a handle under the hood, behind the headlight that slides to release the whole headlight lens. It sounds easy but the slide is usually got all kinds of dirt and rocks in it and won't slide.
Posted on May 06, 2009
Malfunction indicator light it is the symbol of your engine with a line of suffering and the word "CHECK" -- this could be something minor like needing a spark plug to be replaced (common problem) or to something more serious like engine electrical work needed. a flashing engine light is the more serious so you are not to worry.
keep this handy: http://www.newbeetle.org/forums/2-0-liter-gas/39141-where-can-i-find-warning-light-diagram.html
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
Have a dealer service the airbag system as they have a shelf life and most likely that is causing it to trigger (alot like service lights on newer cars).
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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