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2001 passat 130...turbo cuts out on reaching 20000 rvs in 3rd...stay under same ...turbo fine. Re starting...turbo is fine until reaching 2000 revs....cuts out..have replaced air flow meter...no change...also turbo boost valve...no change....can you help?

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Remove and clean the EGR Valve.Make sure you are getting the right vacum to the turbo

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2001 Volkswagen passat 1.8l turbo the o ring on sensor was broke so water kept leaking out got that fixed but now the car will not keep no water in the coolant resovoir tank


Is your car overheating ? Might not be related at all. Run your Passat until it reaches operating temperature and check to see if the fans behind your radiator turn on. The temperature sensor might be bad, when you replaced the O ring, did you also replace the sensor ?

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I have a problem with a fan running after I turn off my 2000 Passat Turbo. One mechanic suggested it was a turbo blower. The problem is that the fan runs the battery dead overnight. Any suggestions?


I know that on the earlier model VW's there was an underhood thermostatic switch for the electric fans. This switch would keep the fans running until the underhood temperature reached a desired level. If this switch were to go bad, it would most definitely cause the problem that you are describing.

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Hi there well done for a great job right my vw sharan 2001 tdi curently is not heating and the water from the engine is not hot when you touch on the pipes they are just warm however the heater gage...


First time you might check the thermostat operating.


Heed of antifreeze coolant temperature!!!


The thermostat location for 2001 VW Sharan 1.9 TDI is on back of the alternator at the bottom side of the bracket.

IMPORTANT NOTE: It is NOT necessary to replace the alternator if you want to change the thermostat !!!

Thermostat checking:
1. Cold engine. Start up the engine and watch of the water temp indicator. After first value 60 Celsius Degree you still warm up the engine until the lifter (pointer) reach 80 C deg. (second mark after 60 C deg.). At this time you let engine running at idle speed and check with your hand the thermostat plastic housing and hose temperature in bottom left side of the engine. Heed of alternator driving belt and ventilator fan !!!
2. If the thermostat is good the hose must be cold until the water temp indicator reach almost 90 C deg.
3. The thermostat opening temperature is 87 C deg.
4. If the hose is already warm the thermostat is out of order.

Thermostat location, Part number: 044121113, in german - "Kuehlregle" (Price around $25):
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Important note: Always replace the thermostat seal, position 7 in the above picture.


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mass meter is going out and the flashes mean the car is misfirng probably the coils

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Turbo lag and lack of power


Hi,
This is the second Vw I have responded to in a fortnight.
Your lack of power I presume always happens when the glow plug light illuminates?
This is because it is causing over combustion to vaporised diesel, I would be looking in the Glow plug timer and relay, as for Turbo lag, I run a E34 6 cyl Bmw Diesel and the Turbo only kicks in around 2,500ish so maybe yours is a little tired or in need of a check up?
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2001 tdi 130 passat lacks power


Get the fuel pump checked. Crack each injector in turn and see if there is any fuel getting thrugh, When you set up the timing you may of thrown out the timing of the fuel pump.

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