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Engine Control Module Relay

I have not been able to figure out which relay is which. Please help me identify these relays.
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Todd

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  • streak27 Jul 07, 2008

    One day the car would not start, no power to anything. The mech jumped the ignition, not it starts with the neccesary function, but no power windows, sunroof, or trunk release.

    Any help would be great.



    Thanks,

    Todd

  • bb309 Jul 15, 2008

    1999 passat: I pulled the driver side door panel to inspect the window glass. Iput everything back the way it was and now the ignition won't turn over. Replaced the battery. Checked all interior fuses. Is this some sort of anti-theft?

  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2008

    I have a vw passat 1.8T 2000, all windows not opening , central locking and fuel tank not functioning and interior lights not working.

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Hi Todd,
I could be dead wrong, but I don't think the ECM has a relay.

What is the problem?

Cheers, D.
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