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Code numbers are originally supplied in the vehicle literature pack. The literature pack is intended to be kept in the car and the code numbers put is safe keeping away from the vehicle.
If you bought the car new the and didn't get the code or the literature pack the supplier didn't do the job very well and should provide the code free of charge.
If you bought the car secondhand from a dealer and paid top price for it you were overcharged if any of the original equipment including all the keys and the complete literature pack was missing.
If you bought the car privately then it would be worth contacting the previous owner and asking for the missing item(s). The supplying dealer might have kept a record of the code.
If a dealer has to apply to the manufacturer for a radio code they usually charge quite a bit of cash for the service.
There are specialists around who can obtain code numbers, recode or decode radios but these people also charge about half the dealer price.
There are internet sites offering a find your code service for a very low price but the radio will need removing from the car in order to note the serial and model number of the unit.
dear . you need to replace cable between steering and steering col um . around cable can be fix after you check the turn to right and left should be same .check all fuse . ( this cable cut out and connect to ground now
could be turbo ,but the problem is its a common rail fuel injection system and this throws up another problem and that is its VW which from 2005 uses encrypted software so it is difficult to find the fault .change the fuel filter and see what happens if problem persists then its either a bosch diesel specialist or the dealer .sorry for no qiuck fix