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Old February 19th, 2012, 21:01   #61
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Just read through this post I am having similar issues with my 09 Jetta TDI. I recently purchased the Vagcom and already fixed one issue on my 98 Golf VR6 now to fix my 09 TDI. Below is the faults from my vagcom reading. Here is a brief explanation of what I am seeing my CEL stays on and as long as I go I have no issues (already replaced the turbo boost position sensor). When the car drops down to approx 1200-1400 RPMs (like clock work) the glow plug light comes on and I get the Engine fault workshop on the display and I lose turbo. I can throw it in neutral turn the car off and back on and everything is good until RPMs drop again. First thing tomorrow I am going to try the vacuum test but thought I would see if anything new has come up since the last post in Oct.

Address 01: Engine (CBE) Labels: 03L-906-022-CBE.clb
Part No SW: 03L 997 016 P HW: 03L 906 022 J
Component: R4 2,0L EDC G000AG 8681
Revision: --H01--- Serial number: VWX7Z0H424M0Z8
Coding: 0050078
Shop #: WSC 20158 444 98171
VCID: 3F8770986E669DB

2 Faults Found:
009571 - Turbocharger Boost Control Position Sensor Circuit
P2563 - 000 - Implausible Signal - MIL ON
Freeze Frame:
Fault Status: 11100000
Fault Priority: 2
Fault Frequency: 14
Mileage: 148361 km
Time Indication: 0
Date: 2000.00.00
Time: 00:12:26

Freeze Frame:
RPM: 828 /min
Speed: 0.0 km/h
Voltage: 13.98 V
Temperature: 156.0C
Lambda: -30.0 %
Bin. Bits: 00001110
Voltage: 2.052 V

000175 - Actuator Module for Turbocharger 1
P00AF - 000 - Stuck - Intermittent - MIL ON
Freeze Frame:
Fault Status: 10100000
Fault Priority: 2
Fault Frequency: 13
Mileage: 148361 km
Time Indication: 0
Date: 2000.00.00
Time: 00:17:31

Freeze Frame:
RPM: 851 /min
Speed: 6.0 km/h
Load: 19.6 %
Load: 98.8 %
Lambda: 41.8 %
Absolute Pres.: 785.4 mbar
Temperature: 23.4C

Readiness: 1 2 0 0 0
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Old February 25th, 2012, 16:11   #62
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I am having same issues.. Only mine have progressed! I have no power.. How many miles are on your car? I have had mine in front of 4 different mechanics, and have not gotten the same diagnosis twice!! I am very frustrated, and pissed off! My good friend has the older (06 Passat, and has 275k and still going strong)..
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Old February 25th, 2012, 17:40   #63
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I fixed my issues with the car - sold it.

No more VW for me.
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Old March 5th, 2012, 12:44   #64
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Just wanted to let everyone know I have found the issue with my car. I want to say thanks to my VAGCOM and my mechanical abilities I learned at Harley Davidson School. Combining the two I was able to figure it out. If you own a VW you have to buy a VAGCOM. It has payed for its self already fixing my 09 TDI and my 98 GTI VR6. I have already saved my self more than a thousand dollars. OK so lets get to the cause of my issue.

After running the codes I researched the the codes on Ross-tech.com, my service manual and few forums. I started testing all the components in line with the turbo. I started with the Vacuum lines. I tested them all they were good. I pulled up the group in Vagcom and found that while applying vacuum to the turbo actuator all the readings were good the actuator moved and stopped when it should with no issues the voltage in group 120 was correct. But when the car was at idle the voltage was not reading right from the actuator. I double and triple checked the vacuum lines no luck so then I started throwing parts at it I tried the turbo post position sensor since it was one of my codes and then went on to the vacuum regulator (N75). I did not know how to Ohms test it nor the Turbo Actuator so I just decided to replace it. Still no luck. I pretty much gave up after this and thought I might as well just take it to a shop. If you know me I hate being stumped so I started thinking and using some common mechanical since I sat and thought about it. To make a long story short I decided to go pick up a inline vacuum tester to see what I was getting while the car was running. WOW why didn't I think of that before. Maybe because all the lines to the turbo were good who knows but after a little more research I found there is another line I didn't check going from the top of the vacuum pump to the back fire wall. It is a hard vacuum line that has a "S" curve in it. It runs right next to the brake reservoir. If I am not mistaken it is the vacuum line for the ABS brakes. Well after a little looking around I found a big whole in the vacuum line. The brake reservoir bracket rubbed right through it. So you will see a lot of people say check/test your vacuum line for wholes, cracks ....etc. Get a inline vacuum tester its only $25 at your local auto parts store. From what I read you should get about 22-25 in of vacuum at sea level. up where I am in the mountains I saw about 18+/- in of vacuum. If you have this then move on to the N75 regulator or the turbo actuator but you definitely need a VAGCOM. Make sure you order it from them directly or one of there dealers. There are a lot of fakes (or as the company calls them after you buy them and they dont work "REPLICAS.").

I have learned some much about my car and better understand a lot of it. Car runs great now. I still need either buy the original vacuum line or find something that will be more reliable since it is down by the engine it gets hot and a rubber vacuum line gets pretty mushy. Hope this helps someone.
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Old March 5th, 2012, 16:55   #65
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Congrats! Good detective work, if you drink go have a beer, as you certainly deserve it. If not, something else... Again, well done!
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Old March 7th, 2012, 05:57   #66
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Believe me it was a huge relief when I finally found the issue. I have been beating myself up for the few months. Knowing that I had the skills to figure it out just not the information. I give props to all the forums out there that I have read to research this issue. I had a few crown and cokes to celebrate.
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Old March 16th, 2012, 08:58   #67
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My 09 TDI JSW just got back from service and started doing the same thing.

Flashing glow plug light, limp mode, no torque, etc.

It JUST got out of an oil change, DSG service, Fuel filter change, and injector line vibe damper recall a couple of days ago.

Dealer now says it needs a turbo for $3200.

What are the chances? And more importantly, what options are there?

Thanks,

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Old March 16th, 2012, 09:12   #68
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My 09 TDI JSW just got back from service and started doing the same thing.

Flashing glow plug light, limp mode, no torque, etc.

It JUST got out of an oil change, DSG service, Fuel filter change, and injector line vibe damper recall a couple of days ago.

Dealer now says it needs a turbo for $3200.

What are the chances? And more importantly, what options are there?

Thanks,

Tim

How many miles I guessing 40K? It should be covered under power train warranty.If not covered I ***** up a storm.


How long ago was the service? Make sure they been using the right oil.It has to be (VW 507 approved).I have to look up the part number for the oil.
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Old March 16th, 2012, 10:20   #69
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It's got 97,xxx miles.

Dealer says it's not covered under warranty.

The service was 2 days before the problem started.

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Old March 24th, 2012, 13:33   #70
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09 tdi. 106,000 miles. Just got these two codes today.

P00AF - Actuator Module for Turbocharger 1: Stuck
P2563 - Turbocharger Boost Control Position Sensor Circuit: Implausible Signal

Cleared them.. Started car, glow plug indicator will start flashing in probably a minute. Car will make boost, and pulls good untill the glow plug light starts flashing again. Car runs, and sound normal...

Might be time to be done with vw...
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Old September 6th, 2012, 09:51   #71
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Default Intake Manifold Flap Position Sensor (Bank 1):

Does anyone have the pinout / expected voltage levels at the connector of the Intake Manifold Flap Position Sensor . I want to use by VC to run output test on this device. My bentley shows the connector and wires but nothing to describe functionality.

Mine just faied 99K miles , 09 TDI. I am getting sick with the thought of replacing the entire intake manifold to fix the V157 problem.
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Old May 23rd, 2013, 15:25   #72
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2009 2.0L TDI CR
122K miles

My turbo failed too!

No boost, turbo makes loud siren like sound when it spools up. Sounds like the bearing.

http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=385158
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Old September 1st, 2013, 06:41   #73
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^^^What does this have to do with a turbocharged TDI?
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Old September 1st, 2013, 13:50   #74
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I am leary on putting something back on that is going to fail again.

Are there aftermarket options for this engine yet?
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Old January 5th, 2017, 19:53   #75
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2009 2.0L TDI CR
122K miles
My turbo failed too!
No boost, turbo makes loud siren like sound when it spools up. Sounds like the bearing.
http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=385158

precisely what mine has done.. 160K miles and this is the second turbo that's gone to **** on me.. First one happened at 67K miles.. Unfortunately, I didn't have the extended warranty and paid $2500+ in 2011 to have it replaced..

Now in 2017 the same damn thing happened again just weeks before I'm supposed to turn it in for the BuyBack, and the damn turbo goes out.. and according to VW, the effin car has to be driveable before they can take it back.. I'm like ***?!? Why?? It's going to be crushed or sold in another country.. Let the buyer worry about fixed the damn blown turbo..
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