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VW TDI Tip

Provided here is a tip from Volkswagen regarding all models equipped with the TDI engine that exhibits a low-power complaint.

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Strange VW Message

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.

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Noisy VW TDI Glow Plug

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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Liqui Moly Offers Oil for Volkswagen

Liqui Moly is launching a motor oil which fulfills the latest Volkswagen requirements: Top Tec 6200.

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It’s Just ECO

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.

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VW Clutch Issue

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.

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Rein Thermostats Are Available for Volkswagen Applications

CRP Automotive offers OE-quality, direct-fit Rein Automotive thermostat assemblies for popular Volkswagen applications.

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Oops. Loose Bolts

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

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Hot VW Glow Plug

This bulletin applies to 2012 Volkswagen Passat Sedan, Jetta and Golf diesel-equipped  models where the technician finds DTCs P0671, P0672, P0673 and/or P0674 stored in the ECM fault memory, along with the MIL on.

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Don’t Smoke the Turbo

This bulletin applies to all Volkswagen vehicles that are equipped with a turbocharger suspected with a boost leak.

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