No error codes were found. The current carries the flame well. Is this what happened to my car? The manufacturer stated that the module could not be included in the recall. I was also very happy with the car we bought. If none, then roll the dice. After doing research online, I have found that this issue is endemic among 2009 vws, particularly Gtis and there are known instances of crashes as a result of brake failure.
I also consulted my local vw mechanic and he concurred my symptoms were 'early onset' failure and anecdotally he said the 2009 vw Gti control modules have a reputation of early failure. Pulled out the laptop, and scanned it for codes and got this below. I have a new mechanic who is great I hope he can really find my issue and replace the other three fuel injectors. Vw has also had bosch improve or fix this issue on later Gti models. I really don't know any more after spending so much on getting it fixed, but the problem persists. Fold the rear seats down and you can stuff a 7 foot Christmas tree in the car. Emily answered 6 years ago i was driving my 2003 vw new super beatle gls turbo today my oil light flashed checked my oil full levels then i later read in my owners manual that do not drive your vw if your oil is full and light flashes seek nearest vw dealership.
Mon commentaire est une préoccupation. I ran diagnostics and all 4 abs sensors failed. If you perform the right procedure the code will disappear and the lights will turn off. Our agreement was that we would be responsible for 50% of costs. Read bout the timing in your vw model. This is a highly dangerous malfunction that will eventually lead to someone being killed because of it.
Everything else seems to be working fine. I'm not impressed with what I'm reading online regarding the sheer volume of others experiencing complete abs failure. Someone is going to get killed if vw doesn't recall the malfunctioning control module. The vehicle was repaired, but the failure recurred. It does not show any information about any other devices. If you don't understand what I'm talking about then you need to find a good diagnostic mechanic.
This seems to be a common problem of 09 Gtis and needs to be recalled!. Can anyone give me a direct genius answer to what the exact problem is?? Took my car to the dealer when it was under warranty for them to look at and all they could say was is that they could not duplicate the problem. Dealer fixed this saying it was a wiring issue by cleaning the module and re-attaching it in the spring for free. Norway has weather similar to us here in Canada and it could be the case. Pinging is currently not allowed.
The failure recurred several other times. I was hoping to at least get the error codes read out with this cheap one. I've only owned volkswagons because I love the way they drive but I just can't count on them and don't have the money for the maintenance issues. I checked the hose for any leaks or cracks and found the vacuum plastic hose cracked. The vehicle was taken to the dealer, but the manufacturer denied the recall repair.
My vw case manager said my claim was denied, no real reason. Think it's worth just getting a new battery anyway to see? Pop the hood and look to see if there was anything that I could see. When I reported the second incident to the dealer, they reported that the abs module is failing and that lack of repair could cause the brakes to lock or otherwise fail in the case of a sharp or severe stop. This is specially true when one is trying to pass another vehicle. Havent bothered talking to vw yet. It spiraled from the day that light came on. The abs light, traction, power steering, epc lights all flash.
What could the problem be? I turn the car off, and try to turn it back over, and it just cranks and cranks and cranks. The vehicle was not repaired. My car was not listed in this recall- but I believe it should be, and I should be compensated for my repair costs. The failure mileage was 96,000. After doing some front end work it is very possible that your light will be on and you will have a code 01486. Not sure that'd cause the behavior where I can't shift out of P when it happens either, but could definitely be something worth looking into.
I took it to a vw dealer and once the plug in their laptop and clear the faults car starts and epc off and all no more faults. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the abs module failed and needed to be replaced. Still haven't found the cause of that. I have no place to begin trying to figure out what to do. The failure mileage was approximately 80,000. My salesperson asked me to wait for the mgr to check it, which I saw then he disappeared. Jamieleexx answered 2 years ago I have a 2012 Passat and I'm running into the same problems.
I get back in the drive way and turn off the car. I am making an appointment to have the abs issue repaired under the recall, but volkswagon is taking no responsibility for the transmission failure. I asked the dealer to look at this issue but they told me they dont see anything 2018, December. Also, while making a turn at various speeds, the instrument panel and the fuel gauge randomly failed. Unfortunately, that model is the up! I get in the car, back it out into the street, and turn it around so I can back it into my drive way. During the event, the brakes completely lock up, leaving the driver with no control in what must be an situation if you were braking hard to begin with. ?? Now it is out of warranty and the issue is constant to the point where I do not drive the car due to the speedometer and steering being affected by this issue.