Question about 1999 Volkswagen Passat
The turbo was damage i redy fixed and now the chek engine ligth its on and i get probles with the emisssion test the computer show p1613 problem
SOURCE: emissions test
Well, depending on the year of your car and the state in which you reside, the procedure might be to use an interface called the OBD-II system (AKA On-Board Diagnostics II) to test your emissions. The OBD-II is accessed from a little port near the hood release lever and can communicate with a diagnostics computer through a cord that mechanics use. The OBD-II inside of your car is a computer that monitors your car's functions and equipment. The speedometer failure will likely register on the OBD-II interface when a mechanic goes to check your emissions data that your car collects while you drive it.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
SOURCE: what does it takes for
It needs a "drive cycle". Start & run it, highway speeds, and then pull over & idle several times, then do city traffic "stop & go" driving, and then sustained highway speeds again. This completes the readiness thest and satisfys all of the monitors.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
could be a bad o2 sensor, you'd just have to look at the pid data on a scan tool to know for sure. odds are good though its a bad catalytic converter. they all have an 8 year/80,000 mile warranty on them but if its out of warranty they can be quite pricey
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
P0440- EVAP Emission Control Sys Malfunction
Something unspecified is wrong with the evaporative emission system. Check vac lines. Could be a loose electrical connection. This code has a very vague description.
P0302- Cyl 2 misfire
Has the car had a tune up in the past few years? Check plugs and wires, test for spark. Maybe a compression test. This issue may cause the next code.
P0172- Fuel trim Bank 1 , too rich
I would clear up the misfire first, then this code might go away.
P1613- MIL Call-up circuit open/Short to B+
Check the wiring under & behind the dash and instrument cluster. There apparently is a wiring issue, or the dash itself is shorted
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
sounds like the turbo variable vane is clogged up with carbon, check the vaccum line going to the tubo and try to manually move the linkages on the turbo if they dont move you may need a replacment turbo
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
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