Question about Volkswagen Jetta Sport Wagon 2005-2010 2.5l, 1.9 Tdi, 2.0l Tur
The Consumption light is going from 20 to 200 never staying on one number,for more than a second or two.
So long as its not a "safety" issue, I recommend to ignore what the readout is saying. My auto tech teacher said that cars are now designed to exploit people's mechanical ignorance by having sensors and electronics send faulty readouts, prompting you to seek auto service, hopefully from the car dealership who supposedly are "factory" trained technicians. If the "check engine" light comes on, buy (or borrow) a "check engine" code reader to download the trouble code, then look up what the code number means over the internet. Bare in mind that when "check engine" light comes on, it means either the component needs to be replaced, or the component is OK but the sensor is defective, sending a fault code to the ECM when nothing is wrong with the component. At the dealerships, they replace the sensor to see if its still sending a fault code. If "yes," then they go ahead and replace the component. If "no," then that concludes its a faulty sensor and the component is OK.
Posted on Nov 29, 2013
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