Question about 2006 Volkswagen Phaeton
I to own a Phaeton. I have a bad Spare that is causing issues. You may want to check the spare pressure. Since you mention VAGCOM, I have that as well and there is a procedure on VWVORTEX that shows you how to disable the TPMS. I will never trust the dealership again, they are a for profit entity.
Posted on Jan 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cars says TPMS fault. Checked
Don't know about your car but on mine that little light is actually a thermometer. When it gets cold it comes on and stays on until it gets warmer outside. Seems to like about 30 degrees as a reference point. Myself I think that tire pressure sensor is an unproven technology with too many faults to be put into cars as yet.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
SOURCE: 2000 1.8T passat. Check engine
Bruce I would talk to the dealer about this only because they just worked on your car. Ask for the manager and explain that you brought the car in to fix the problem and it was not fixed. Let him know that you feel the mechanic was unable to trouble shoot and fix the problem and you feel he replaced the hose blindly without knowing the whole problem. Offer to pay for the part at discounted price because you would have had to if he had finished trouble shooting the problem but you will not pay for the labor because you had to bring the car back with the same issue.
Yes you can replace the valve yourself at home with a little time. The best thing here for you if you don't feel like dealing with the dealership is to a repair manual, do some reading and ask yourself if that is something you won't to tackle.
DO NOT wait if you go to the dealer the longer you wait the easier it will be for them to tell you no. but stick to your guns, if they value your money they WILL work with.
If you do want to fix this at home please let me know and i'll be happy to help you out more
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
SOURCE: engine check light on while driving, already replace new fuel filter with regulator, clear fault using vw diagnosis tool, after driving several days, the fault occured again with the fault code p0441>
Your EVAP purge valve may be faulty. Also, check the vaccum lines attached to the valve for any signs of wear and tear. Should be located next to the coolant tank.
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
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