This bulletin applies to 2013 Volkswagen Passat sedan models. It may be noted during a Guided Functions or Vehicle Self Diagnosis scan that address word 04 for the steering angle sensor displays active. A direct communication to the steering angle sensor is not possible through this view.
This bulletin applies to 2013 Volkswagen Routan and all other models equipped with a TDI engine. If you receive a complaint of low power with a TDI engine, check the mass airflow sensor reading in measuring block, group 00, field 10.
This bulletin applies to 2011 VW Routan vehicles where a knocking/rattling noise appears to be coming from the transmission. Apparently some vehicles may have been assembled with insufficiently tightened crankshaft-to-transmission torque converter drive plate fasteners.
Provided here is a tip from Volkswagen regarding all models equipped with the TDI engine that exhibits a low-power complaint.
According to Volkswagen, if you encounter a malfunction message “$33$10” while performing a software update, try removing pin 6 from the Data Link Connector (DLC) and attempt the software update with the pin removed.
This bulletin applies to all Volkswagen vehicles equipped with a TDI diesel engine. Under certain conditions, you may hear the glow plug relay J52 clicking on and off after the engine is started.
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Owners of a 2011-2012 Volkswagen Tiguan may experience a harsh shift on acceleration while the “ECO” mode is switched on. Before diagnosis or any repair attempt, it should first be established whether the concern is also present when the ECO mode is switched off.
This bulletin applies to 2009 and later Volkswagen Routan vehicles. If a transmission diagnosis points to a low clutch concern, monitor the main pressure (under data display) during reverse. If there is pressure loss in the low clutch, it will show when in reverse because reverse is essentially maximum output pressure.
Some 2011 Volkswagen Routan vehicles may have loose crankshaft-to-transmission torque converter drive plate fasteners. The customer may complain about a knocking/rattling noise