My daughter-in-law and I had just stopped to get gas; she got out of car to check gas cap. The tank is supposed to hold about 17-18 litres. The turbocharger failed without warning. Drove a short trip until engine light turned off. The contact owns a 2012 Volkswagen Passat. It was indeed a very noticeable power improvement, a reduction in 0-60 time of over 1.
Replace the fuel cap before and last time replace the purge valve, but problem came back. I can't promise this will work though. Rather than offer to replace the affected parts with the updated part they redesigned before the entire engine is contaminated with metal filings they allow their customers to attemp to destroy their engines first. Hi, after reading a few threads on here, decided to top up the AdBlu myself. Then start the car to see if the light goes off. Have tried the turn on ignition for 30 secs, then off and back on, but cant seem to get rid of it - can anyone here help, or will I have to take into the Dealer for reset? The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and stated that the matter would be referred to the regional director. This will occur with no prior notice from the car.
I brought my car back to the shop and asked them to fill it after 2000 miles after the last oil change. Either way you don't need to go to the dealer for this fix, though so if it was supposed to be included with the service and wasn't done. So I program the Stage 1. This is sprayed into exhaust fumes and significantly reduces harmful elements. If you do not know how, please read the thread linked in Uwe's message. An Autoscan gives us details about the car which we can not divine through the ether of the interwebs without your help. Hold the button until the light goes out.
Many people are killed and injured after pulling over in an emergency situation. All auto stores and trick stops have the same stuff. Also, if you already did - you may still be eligible for damages. If your AdBlue tank is full, the Kruse bottle will no longer empty into it. You'd be missing out if you dump the car.
Living 2 hours from the closest dealer I chose to purchase 2. Thus making the emissions system not work properly. With the release of v3. Hold the button until the light goes out. I can't promise this will work though.
I have only been startled by such a performance difference 3 times in my life. Incorrect information provide in owner's manual regarding wheel bolt tightening torque values and specifications. Trust these people at Malone and EuroMotive. Countdown began indicating the car would not start again. Having done the correct thing immediately did not lessen the severity of the damage done to my car. Now the car will not start because of this false emission sensor reading.
What a waste of money. You can use any funnel, but what a lot of people do is buy one of the small bottles and cut the top off to use it as a makeshift fill adapter. Normally you can get 2. I have very low mileage and take good care of my car. Second time check engine light came on car began to stutter and less acceleration. The car did not start right up right away. At 127,115 miles the car would not start.
If you choose to remove the turbocharger before the catastrophic end occurs you will pay out of pocket. There are only three possible positions 33%, 77%, and 100%. Just remember that VagCom quite often leads you toward a problem but doesn't often provide a solution. At 111,166 miles, our 2012 Volkswagen Passat tdi began to run very rough and loud on trip. Unfortunately, this car doesn't seem to have any such fault codes. By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies. I will post my results then.
I haven't seen dealers normally fill the AdBlue tank unless you ask and pay for it. Make sure the trip meter on the speedometer is set to the odometer. Over 10k miles have passed without any further problems. Posting this up, hoping someone can help out, i have a 2012 passat the low adblue indicator is on and will not go off despite filling tank to the top. A scan showed it is the adblue heater.