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VW Passat Family (NMS and B7) TDIs (2012+) Discussion area for the 2012+ Passat TDI (North American and rest of world versions versions). The North American model was previously codenamed NMS (New Midsize Sedan) and the version the rest of the world gets is sometimes referred to as B7.

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Old January 29th, 2013, 17:14   #1
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Exclamation TURBO: Please report NMS turbo failures here. [not a discussion thread!]

Update: The Passat's turbo warranty has been extended to 10 years or 120,000 miles, whichever comes first.

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Unfortunately it seems that there have been numerous reported turbo failures on our NMS Passats that I have seen recently. Being the investigative type it would be interesting if people that have experienced failures could update the group on the facts surrounding the failure.
This thread is a data collection thread ONLY. General discussion and followup questions about turbo failures should happen in the discussion thread found here: http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=360617


username year mi on car trans OAT at failure state build date
  1. HellandJ = 2013, 6000 mi, DSG, below 0*, ND, UNK build
  2. WVU TDI (dads car) = 2013, 9500 mi, 6 Man, 35* at failure UNK, WV, 7/12
  3. 767Wrench = 2012, 22700 mi, 6 Man, 15* at failure, OH, 4/12
  4. MBmaring = 2012, 9900 mi, DSG, 15* at failure, MN, 7/12
  5. TI Master (dads car) =2013, 4K+/- mi, DSG, 50*, OK, 9/12
  6. Mikerad56 = 2013, 7500 mi, 6 Man, 15* at failure, OH, 9/12
  7. Rocket Racer = 2013, 7700, 6 Man, 50* at failure, OH, unk build
  8. 1alfie = 2012, 15,XXX, unk, unk, Canada, unk build
  9. 1Alfie = 2012, unk, unk, Canada, unk build
  10. HammerTDI = 2013, 14,500, 6 Man, 35*+/-, Ohio, 8/12
  11. kilroy = 2012, 10K+/-, Unk, 5*, PA, unk build
  12. paulk124 = 2013, 5500, 6 man, 25*ish, UT, 8/12
  13. bigman = Unk, 3000, unk, unk, unk
  14. AWD9590 = 2013, 7900, 6 man, 20*, NY, 9/12
  15. Rockwell = 2013, 18,900, DSG, 25*, NH, 7/12
  16. jetpuck = 2013, 4500, 6 Man, 25*, PA, 8/12
  17. MandeeC = 2013, 8789, DSG, 50*, WV, 6/12
  18. EloveVDub = 2013, 6400, Unk, Unk, UT, Unk
  19. AggieDave = 2012, 23,000, DSG, 60*, Tx, 3/12
  20. AIRFORCEtdi75 = 2012, 8500, DSG, 30*, NY, UNK
  21. newtran = 2012, 16,500, 6 Man, 28*, AK, unk
  22. newtran #2 = 2012, 18,000, 6 Man, 20*, AK, unk
  23. Axxkicker = 2013, 10,568, DSG, 30*, NJ, unk
  24. Milanfire22 = 2013, 5-7.5k, 6 Man, 32*, OH, 8/12
  25. bgglook = 2012, 10-15K, 6 Man, 30*, KS, 9/12
  26. X_Khan = 2012, 20-30K, DSG, 21*, UT, 2/12
  27. kruschpa = 2013, 10-15K, DSG, 23*, MN, 7/12
  28. scpd92 = 2013, 4900, 6 Man, 30*, NY, 10/12
  29. bboshart = 2013, 6000, 6 Man, 29*, Ontario, 11/12
  30. zuhalter 82 = 2013, 660, 6 Man, 86*, CA, unk
  31. Petar.raf = 2013, 10000, DSG, 65*, Canada, unk
  32. mike518_2002=38.6
  33. Peterwinkle= 2012, 37K, DSG, 80*, UT, 10/11
  34. ASCOTT = 2013, 6.6K, DSG, 80*, NJ, 12
  35. rmd0311= 2013, 40K, 6 M, 55*, NY, 8/12
  36. Tulipana = 2013, 23K, unk, unk, OK, 7/12
  37. marsholio= 2013, 39.5K, 6M, 55*, AR, 10/12, 0005/V120, unk
  38. countryboy1644= 12, 26K, DSG, unk, VA, ?/12
  39. countryboy1644= 12, 49K, DSG, 20*, VA, ?/12
  40. NSTDI=2013, 26.4K, 6M, 7*, Nova S, 7/12, 0005, unk
  41. Oilhammer= Shop repair, 2012, 100K, ?/12, unk, 0005, 0020
  42. Turbo_Diesel= 2013, 5K, 6M, 0*, WI, ?? 1st turbo
  43. Turbo_Diesel= 2013, 7.5K, 6M, ?*, WI, ?? 2nd turbo
  44. Turbo_Diesel= 2013, 10K, 6M, unk, WI, ?? 3rd turbo
  45. Turbo_Diesel= 2013, 7.8K, 6M, -10*, WI, 6/13 0020/0020
  46. bboshart= colleague, 2012, unk, unk, Ontario, unk
  47. dudg = 2013, unk, unk. unk, MN, unk
  48. passsattdi = 2012, 37K, DSG, 7*, NE, 2/12
  49. vtski = 2013, 17K, 6M, 7*, VT, unk
  50. wiseman89 = 2013, 22.5K, DSG, 12*, Canada, unk
  51. Rmohd = 2012, 12K, DSG, -7*, IL, 1/12
  52. 1998redwagon = 2013, 15K, 6M, -5, MN, 3/13
  53. copbait = 2013, 10.5K, DSG, 45*, TN, 11/12, unk, unk
  54. TDI258 = 2013, 19.3K, DSG, 28*, TX, 11/12, 0005/V500, unk
  55. nord = 2013, 15K, 6M, 18*, NY, 5/13
  56. AreaMan = 2013, 10.5K, 6M, 27*, OH, 2/13, 0005/V500, 0020
  57. dansluga = 2013, 20K, unk, 10*, IL, unk
  58. Av8r3400 = 2012, 23.5K, DSG, 4*, WI, 5/12, 0005, 0020
  59. Sardoc = 2013, 22K, unk, unk, MD, unk, unk
  60. Dead turbo il = 2013, 18.6K, DSG, 23*, IL, 3/13, 0020, 0020
  61. dee74 = 2012, 38.2K, DSG, 26*, unk, unk, unk
  62. mlcraig4267 = 2013, 34.5K, 6M, unk, MI, unk, unk,
  63. mafrif = 2013, 25K, 6M, 0*, MN, 0005/V500, unk
  64. hermittony = 2013, 52K, 6M, 10*, IN, 8/12, 0005/0020
  65. Turbo_Diesel = 2013, 9K (929), 6M, -5*, WI, 6/13, 0020, ??
  66. mlcraig4267 = 2013, 34.5K, ??, 15*, MI, 12/12, 0005/0020
  67. Ryanav = 2013, 8.6K, 6M, 25*, IA, 6/12, Probable 0020/0020
  68. tncrom = 2013, 14K, 6M, 0*, IA, 8/13, ??/??
  69. maryphotoNH = 2013, 25.5K, DSG, 15*, NH, ??, ??/??
  70. Rockwell (#2) = 2013, 60.5K, DSG, 25*, NH, 7/12, ??/??
  71. Hauger38 = 2012, 26K, DSG, 2*, CAN, Unk, unk/unk
  72. Bad Eric = 2012, 61K, DSG, 70*, FL, 11/11, 0005/0020
  73. newguy = 2013, 15.5K, 6M, 25*, MN, 8/12, unk/unk
  74. reduetdi = 2013, 9.5K, DSG, 35*, WA, 7/12, 0005/0005 1st
  75. reduetdi = 2013, 9.55K, DSG, 40*, WA, 7/12, 0005/0005 2nd
  76. kat1234 = 2013, 10K, unk, unk, OH, unk, unk/unk
  77. kat1234 = 2013, 30K, unk, unk, OH, unk, unk/unk
  78. strokendiesel002 = 2013, 37K, DSG, 30*, WI, unk/unk/unk
  79. Dubbayou = 2013, 5.5K, DSG, 20*, NH, unk/unk/unk
  80. Glacier Blue = 2013, 28K, DSG, 7*, PA, unk/unk/unk
  81. Passa_TDI_essel = 2013, 16K, DSG, 40*, NY, unk, unk/0020
  82. traveler103 = 2013, 15K, 6M, -10*, WI, unk, 0005/0020, 1st
  83. traveler103, 2013, 17.5K, 6M, 24*, WI, unk, 0020/unk, 2nd
  84. TypeRod, 2013, 17K, DSG, unk, VA, unk, unk/unk
  85. Herkguy, 2013, 34.5K, DSG, 21*, unk, MN, unk, 0005/unk
  86. thenixon, 2014, 10K, 6M, 20*, ME, 9/13, 0020/0020
  87. dgstrate, 2013, 22.5K, DSG, 20*, MI, unk, unk/unk
  88. usarmy132, 2012, 32K, DSG, 30*, IL, 4/12, unk, unk
  89. dereksreynolds, 2013, 30K, 6M, 35*, OH, unk, unk/0020
    BadNewsMike (friend, place held awaiting details)
Reported but unconfirmed NMS turbo failures. Search for more info using their username. I have PM'd them requesting info.

*ajanikula
*Iviurtimus
*PassatDriver
*lundervold
*Oasiscrazey

Turbo's reported replaced by CarbonVW, tech at VW shop = 6
It would be nice if people that havent had failures would avoid crapping up the thread so we can determine if there is any common denominator in these known turbo failures and possibly help someone avoid a similar occurance.

If you have had a failure, please post the following.
  • Miles on car at failure:
  • Build date:
  • Corrective actions from dealership:
  • Outside air temps at failure:
  • Failure warning signs, if any:
  • Warning lights on dash/MFI:
  • Problems since replacement:
  • Repair time:
  • Any dealer divulged info on other incidents involving other failures:
  • Did the dealership perform all maintenance and on schedule:
  • If not dealership, what oil was used/miles on oil:
  • Are you the original owner of the car:
  • Did you baby your car or not:
  • Do you interrupt DPF regenerations:
  • How long is your daily commute:
  • Transmission (DSG/auto or manual):
  • Failed turbo part number (if known):
  • Replacement turbo part number (if known):
    Did you have the Jan 2015 23N5 software update:
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Old January 29th, 2013, 17:37   #2
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I think it would also be helpful to know if the car was babied or driven hard.
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Old January 29th, 2013, 18:37   #3
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I think it would also be helpful to know if the car was babied or driven hard.
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wouldn't oil type and if bought new or used be useful too?
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Old January 29th, 2013, 19:09   #4
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phlfly: No second hand reports. They can't be trusted.
http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...-Turbo-Failure

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Old January 29th, 2013, 20:01   #5
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In an attempt to keep this thread on topic and keep the signal up and the noise down, I'm going to periodically remove casual conversation - there is already another thread going with plenty of that.

This thread will be modeled after the HPFP failure report thread found here http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=299854
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Old January 30th, 2013, 09:07   #6
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I wonder if the new more effiecnt oil pump is to blame? Just tossing out an arm chair guess.

Also it'd be nice to list DSG vs Manual, the lower RPMs of the DSG might keep the oil pressure up.
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Also it'd be nice to list DSG vs Manual, the lower RPMs of the DSG might keep the oil pressure up.
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I'd really like to see pics or at least a detailed description of some of these failed turbos. Is it a bearing issue? Stressed/weak shaft? Compressor or turbine wheel coming apart? Random with no rhyme or reason?

Anyone in the future who has a turbo failure, please do your best to obtain detailed information and pictures.
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My dad's 2013 Passat TDI (an automatic) had a failed turbo about 10 days ago. They called him today, apparently per the dealer there is a new VW part number for the turbo and its on backorder (for no telling how long). I am guessing they've figured out that there is an issue with these turbos, and have a new part in place, but they'll be hard to come by for a while.

To answer some of the questions in the thread, the failure occurred with just over 4k miles. He does tend to drive it fast on the expressway, and most of his miles are highway miles, about 30-50 miles from the sticks into town, almost all on a major expressway with speed limits up to 75 (and him going faster).

It failed while he was driving on the expressway at full speed, sudden loss of power, he was lucky to get off the highway with no accident. He drives very well for an old guy

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Miles on car at failure: 22700

Corrective actions from dealership: contacted VW and supposedly ordered a turbo. No word in 7 days now. The car is put back together sitting in the lot. They only disassembled the inlet side and saw the compressor wheel with bent blades from striking the turbo housing and one blade missing and a part of another. They had a low quality picture they showed me on a shop computer.

Outside air temps at failure:12 degrees Fahrenheit cold soaked.

Failure warning signs, if any: startup was normal, idled for 2 mins and a short idle of 1 min or so to the main road. started accelerating slowly thru 2nd gear when the car lost power and started a loud squealing sound that increased with request for power. Next morning there was grinding coming from the turbocharger.

Warning lights on dash/MFI: No warnings night of failure with a duration of 2 miles driving. Next morning afrer startup the glow plug light flashed constantly.

Problems since replacement: N/A

Repair time: No update on repair time. Car has been down 7 days

Any dealer divulged info on other incidents involving other failures: Dealer told me the day I took mine in that another passat TDI was also there for a turbo bit these were the first hes seen. Unknown mileage on other car.

Did the dealership perform all maintenance and on schedule: First oil change at 5k rotella t6 then dealer performed 10 service at 11k.

If not dealership, what oil was used/miles on oil: changed with rotella T6 every 6k except the 10k service.

Are you the original owner of the car: yes june 2012

Did you baby your car or not: First 10k was easy to moderate acceleration with 72 mph 200 mile each way weekly commute and 25 mile hwy each way nightly commute. After 10k warmup and cooldown are easy driving same as under 10k but relatively hard driving of 75 to 80mph sustained with burst higher during commutes with numerous full throttle accelerations to speed. Almost zero city driving time.

Do you interrupt DPF regenerators: Yes for first 3 months in the summer time until I learned of turbo failures and how to know a regen was occurring.

How long is your daily commute: approximately 200 miles nonstop twice a week and 25 miles hwy nightly each way.

Transmission: 6spd manual. Never taken past 4k during full throttle accel.
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If there is a new part number for the turbo as mentioned in an earlier post, then may I suggest that the build date of the car be posted with the failure data.
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If there is a new part number for the turbo as mentioned in an earlier post, then may I suggest that the build date of the car be posted with the failure data.
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  • Miles on car at failure: 9,900
  • Build date:7/11/12
  • Corrective actions from dealership:Replaced Turbo
  • Outside air temps at failure:15F
  • Failure warning signs, if any:Glow plug light flashing no power
  • Warning lights on dash/MFI:Glow plug light flashing
  • Problems since replacement:No haven't driven it much since been real cold here and she has been driving the f150 30 below f last night
  • Repair time:3 weeks
  • Any dealer divulged info on other incidents involving other failures: no
  • Did the dealership perform all maintenance and on schedule: Yes
  • If not dealership, what oil was used/miles on oil:I hope they used the right oil they never give me any detailed work orders
  • Are you the original owner of the car:Yes
  • Did you baby your car or not:Not really but didn't floor it either
  • Do you interrupt DPF regenerators:Could have interrupted them wife drove the car and didn't even know what a Regen was or noticed a Regen have a scan gauge now ready to install when it warms up then will have to train her how to monitor it and how to leave it idle till regen is finished and turbo has cooled down
  • How long is your daily commute:27 miles and some 4 mile trips
  • Transmission:DSG
I got Repair order finally a month later no charge for anything I will paste the comments


PARTS: 0.00 LABOR: 0.00 OTHER: 0.00 TOTAL LINE A: 0.00

9926 793 TU TEST DROVE VEHICLE AND VERIFIED CUSTOMERS CONCERN.
PERFORMED GUIDED FAULT FINDINGS FOUND TURBO CHARGER UNDER BOOST FAULTS
STORED IN SYSTEM. PERFORMED RELATED TEST PLANS. FOUND VEHICLE NOT
BOOSTING. INSPECTED FOR VACUUM SUPPLY TO TURBO FOUND OK. CHECKED TURBO
BOOST SENSOR FOUND OK. INSPECTED INTAKE AND EXHAUST FOR RESTRICTIONS;
NONE FOUND. REMOVED CATALYTIC CONVERTER WITH PARTICULATE FILTER.
INSPECTED TURBO FOUND EXHAUST SIDE OF TURBO SEIZED. REMOVED TURBO
CHARGER ASSEMBLY. REPLACED TURBO CHARGER ASSEMBLY WITH NEW SEALS AND
GASKETS. INSPECTED OIL FEED AND SUPPLY LINES FOR RESTRICTIONS; NONE
FOUND. ASSEMBLED VEHICLE AND CLEARED FAULTS. TEST DROVE AGAIN TO VERIFY
REPAIR.
************************************************** **
B CUSTOMER STATES GLO PLUG LIGHT IS FLASHING.
SS SEE LINE A
3 CV 0.00 0.00

PARTS: 0.00 LABOR: 0.00 OTHER: 0.00 TOTAL LINE

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My 2013 Passat TDI suffered a turbo failure nearly 2 weeks ago. It's still sitting at the dealership leaving me to drive a Nissan gasser. I'm not a fan. The new turbo is expected to arrive 2/8 from Germany so hopefully by the weekend I have my car back. I'll answer the following questions for everyone.
Miles on car at failure: 7500
Build date:??. I purchased it in October
Corrective actions from dealership:Nothing yet
Outside air temps at failure: 15 degrees F(I noticed another TDI suffered a turbo failure at cold temp). I was just leaving work when it happened not even 5 minutes into my commute. I always wait to crank the engine until the glow plug light is off, let it run for a minute or 2 while i get seatbelt on and music selected, and keep RPM's low until engine is at temperature.
Failure warning signs, if any:Loss of power
Warning lights on dash/MFI: Glow plug light flashing, check engine light on
Problems since replacement: Hasn't been replaced yet
Repair time: Going on 2 weeks and still no repair
Any dealer divulged info on other incidents involving other failures: None
Did the dealership perform all maintenance and on schedule: Will find out any other work performed when I pick up. Hoping to get the stereo upgrade to fix the mono bluetooth condition.
If not dealership, what oil was used/miles on oil:...
Are you the original owner of the car: Yes
Did you baby your car or not: Yes. I want it to last a couple hundred thousand miles
Do you interrupt DPF regenerators: I try not to. I got to work once while it was in regen and drove around the block
How long is your daily commute: 45 minutes/45 miles
Transmission: 6M
I have even contacted VW customer relations to express my concern about the car that I have had for 3 months is already in the shop for a significant failure.
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My dad's 2013 Passat TDI (an automatic) had a failed turbo about 10 days ago. They called him today, apparently per the dealer there is a new VW part number for the turbo and its on backorder (for no telling how long). I am guessing they've figured out that there is an issue with these turbos, and have a new part in place, but they'll be hard to come by for a while.

To answer some of the questions in the thread, the failure occurred with just over 4k miles. He does tend to drive it fast on the expressway, and most of his miles are highway miles, about 30-50 miles from the sticks into town, almost all on a major expressway with speed limits up to 75 (and him going faster).

It failed while he was driving on the expressway at full speed, sudden loss of power, he was lucky to get off the highway with no accident. He drives very well for an old guy
Could you possibly get a little more info from your dad and answer all the questions in the original post? Thanks
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