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VW PCV Test

This bulletin applies to 2008-2013 Volkswagen Passat sedans, with regard to crankcase breather diagnosis.  The technician may find rough running, engine noise and MIL on with DTCs P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P2279, P1297, P1093 or P2187 stored in the ECM.

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VW Cooling Fan Tips

This bulletin applies to all 2004 and newer Volkswagen vehicles with electronically controlled cooling fans. The pin-out for an electronically controlled cooling fan is as follows:

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Airbag Module Testing

Volkswagen notes that if an airbag module is replaced or if testing is planned, the module must be properly mounted or the case grounded if the connector is installed. 

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VW Test Not Complete?

This bulletin applies to 2010 Volkswagen Passat vehicles equipped with the ESP braking system.  In some cases, the ESP function test may not end on its own, creating a 01486 fault code in the ABS.

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Touareg No Crank

This TSB applies to 2010 Volkswagen Touareg models with a no-crank condition. When the vehicle is unlocked by using the key in the driver door handle and 15 seconds elapse without the ignition key being inserted into the ignition switch, the alarm will go off and the start signal will become prohibited.

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Jetta Combi-Valve Test

For concerns with the secondary air injection system on 2009 and later Volkswagen Jetta Sportwagens equipped with the 2.5L engine, make sure that the combi-valve has been tested thoroughly. The combi-valve can be tested using the output diagnosis in address 01 0 engine electronics (ECM).

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VW TPMS Reset

In order to reset the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) on the 2012 Volkswagen Tiguan, the reset selection must be made through the MFD (multi-function display) in the cluster. The “SET” button as used on other models with the indirect TPMS system has not been included for the Tiguan. The procedure is listed in the owner’s manual.

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Make the Test Stop

This bulletin applies to all Volkswagen vehicles equipped with ESP braking system, where fault code 014 (system function test activated) is found. In some cases, the ESP function test may not end on its own, creating a 01486 fault code in the ABS module.

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VW Click Click

This bulletin applies to Volkswagen vehicles equipped with the TDI 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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Code Before Test

A tip from Volkswagen: If any vehicle control module is replaced for any concern, it is recommended to code that module according to guided fault finding before testing if the repair was successful.

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