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2000 BMW 528i 2.8L Hesitation, Cuts out, Misfire VIN: WBADP6348Y
hey guys i need some help here Just a code definition would go a long ways here . I really would apreciate some help on this one , It belongs to a friend of mine , I just dont have the recorces to get started here , customer has been told that this is probibly... Trouble codes: 1397 (undocumented code)

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1996 Volkswagen Jetta GL 2.0L No Start VIN: 3VWRA81H4T
I don't really call this a fix but it runs great with no problems, and customer is happy. What I did was got a resister and at the computer where the black/red wire comes out to module and I could make car run with computer safe test light I plugged one end to...
2000 Volkswagen Jetta GLS 2.0L Hesitation VIN: 3VWSC29M6Y
WHen I tried the maf from the other jetta I had in the shop I didn't see immediate results. I decided to test drive the vehicle and thats when I saw the results. I cleared all codes and test drove it. There is a window for the ecm to update new info. Thanks to... Trouble codes: 16556 (system too rich), 17536 (long term fuel trim too lean).
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