Recently, I noticed that after 1 hour of course without interruption at speed90-120 km/h, the exit of oil from the breather of the my jeep (engine R 21 of 8 cv). On the other hand, in the centre town and even ifI remain in circulation exceeding 1 hour, there is no trace of oil? ¶why and how to make to resolve this problem? ¶it is grave to circulate with this situation? ¶
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First thing is the that the coolant temperature sensor is quite different to the temperature sender that is monitored on your dash board. Assuming everything is working fine the thermostat may be stuck open. This would cause coolant to be circulated without restriction and so remaining cooler than usual even when the engine is at running temperature.
The tire pressure
monitor system can be reset two ways. With the ignition position at ON,
pull the interior lamps control to the ON and OFF settings three times.
It can also be reset through the radio using the
1. Turn the ignition to ACC or ON and turn the radio off.
2. Press and hold the TUNE DlSP button on the radio for at least five
seconds until SETTINGS is displayed.
3. Press the SEEK SCAN up or down arrow to scroll through the main
4. Scroll until TIRE MON appears on the display.
5. Press the 1 PREV or 2 NEXT button to enter the submenu. RESET will
6. Press the TUNE DlSP button to reset. A chime will be heard to
verify the new setting and DONE will be displayed for one second.
7. Once the monitor has been reset, scroll until EXIT appears on the
8. Press the TUNE DlSP button to exit programming. A chime
will be heard to verify exit.
The system completes the calibration process during
driving. The system normally takes 15 to 20 minutes of driving
in each of three speed ranges to
"learn" tire pressures. The speed
ranges are 15 to 40 mph (25 to 65 km/h), 40 to 65 mph (65 to 105 km/h)
and above 65 mph (105 km/h). When learning is
complete, the system will
alert you after two to eight minutes if a tire is 12 psi (83 kPa)
different from the other three tires. Detection thresholds may be
higher and detection times may
be longer on rough roads, curves and at high speeds. The system is not
capable of detection at speeds greater than 70 mph (110 km/h).
typically, this sounds like a wheel bearing. To test, the noise can often be altered by accellerating /decelerating, and more evident by turning the vehicle.
The truning process is to put load on one side, then the other. if the right side has a damaged bearing, for example, the noise would be noticibly altered (less in this case) when turning to the right. Load would be slightly less. Testing speed in the area of 25 to 35 mph.
Try driving it with the MAF unplugged and see how it runs. As for the Jetta, VW has release a service bulletin on the oil in intake problem. But I can't remember every thing in the bulletin. I'll have to look it up.
Not normal, clean burning engine, mine has 220,000 kms's. Are you using a full synthetic oil? Tried it a couple times and it took 1 litre between oil changes. I use semi synthetic oil, no issues. How long has it been burning this amount of oil? Get to your dealer and have him fix your engine.
Every 5,000 km.for engine oil and filter Every 40,000 km automatic transmission, if manual needs 100,000 km Brakes you must to inspect every 10,000 km Coolant replace 80,000km Suspension and others parts of the cars needs visual inspection once in a while