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2001 BMW X5 4.4i 4.4L Master cylinder VIN: WBAFB33571
Hey Guys: Sorry for the late reply.. I was on a skiing trip. The fix after all the great suggestions was replacing the new master cylinder ( we did all the test by blocking hoses,, plugging the master, pressure bleeding several times ETC). The OE master was ...
1996 Volkswagen Jetta GL 2.0L spark VIN: 3VWRL81H9T
thanks for all the replies received,culprit was a faulty ecm which was thought to be in operating condition
1998 Volkswagen Passat GLS 1.8L No Start VIN: WVWMA63BXW
I didn't expect so many different answers on this problem because I've seen it happen on so many different Passats. But we have a fix. Three agreed cleaning the throttle housing is very important even as a routine maintance item. I've see dirty housings cause ...
2001 Volkswagen Beetle GL 2.0L MIL Lamp on VIN: 3VWBK21C71
thanks to all who replied.. the customer called and said he was having trouble every 10 minutes, and he had to cut the switch off and back on and it would be fixed for another 10 minutes, then wendesday, he said he heard a click, and the ck engine light and th... Trouble codes: 16610 (pedal sensor), 18554 (not sure of this code has something to do with the pedal), 16725 (cam positon sensor), 16705 (engine speed sensor).
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