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1995 Volkswagen Jetta GL 2.0L tcm VIN: 3VWRA81HXS
Hi VW guys,i have this Jetta III 2.0l with obd 2.cannot communicate with TCM.but ok with pcm.i checked all the voltages on the tcm,the first computer i found that the Tcm was bad because when i applied the brake pedal with the key off or on ,car not running th...
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1999 Volkswagen Jetta GL 2.0L no converter lockup VIN: 3VWSA29MOX
vehicle came in limp home mode. had output shaft sensor code-repaired wire from sensor to tcm and cleared codes. test drove and now have 1,2,3,4 shifting but no lockup. At 60 mph revs at 3000. will adaptive resets give me lockup, if so does anybody know what b...
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1997 BMW 318i 1.9L engine VIN: WEBACC032X
Quite a few of you responded that perhaps the motor was out of a stick and still had the pilot bearing in the Crank. you were correct. I sent personal e=mails to those individuals confirming and thanking them. Some had other suggestions that were plausible a...
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2000 Volkswagen Golf GTI GLX 2.8L camshaft/lifters VIN: WVWDE21J9Y
I am going to close this request before repairs are done because of the time it will take to get parts and get back to it. Anyway I have the info I need from the 5 replies, which all seem to agree that the transaxle needs to be removed to do timing chains and ...
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