Question about 2006 Volkswagen Touran 1.9
Diagnostics on cars and vans today are done with a computer. Your problems with erratic heat sound computer chip related.
To know for sure, get your Touran diagnosed. You can take it to a maintenance garage or your local dealer. Some do it for free with no obligation to get it repaired there, other will do it free if you get it fixed there - others will charge you $50 to $100 with no obligation to get it repaired.
Once they plug in a lap top to your Touran, [any laptop with the diagnostic software (typical cost $75-$100) should work which you can pick up at most automotive parts stores], they can tell you what needs repairing. However, the big plus to getting the software is that you find out what else is starting to go bad. Also - its the gift to yourself keeps giving. You can later use the same setup to check for a host of other engine problems (ie - O2 sensor, timing, fouled ignition, etc.) whenever your Touran starts to act a little funny.
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
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