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Old August 21st, 2019, 19:44   #76
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I need to replace the condenser on my 2009 Jetta. What type of seal is there on the connection plate? I can't seem to find it in the online parts books.
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Old October 7th, 2019, 11:31   #77
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Okay I have searched through countless threads between here and Audizine forums regarding my issue. I have a 2009 JSW.

I am getting the 00819 G65 Short to ground code.

My old senor has been replaced with this part FCP EURO - G65 Sensor - Rein

In VCDS I am getting a dash (-) where refrigerant pressure should be reading. My old sensor read 0.0 bar and I was getting the same 00819 code. I believe that sensor failed and all the refrigerant leaked through the connector which is why I replaced the sensor.

I can try clearing the code and it instantly comes back, after three or so tries to clear it It will stay cleared until I restart the car.

I have looked for wire loom issues, and I am about to check continuity to make sure there isn't some wire break in the harness.

ALso after replacement of my old switch I had the system evacuated and recharged at a shop for $80 so I know the system is sealed and charged.

I probably should have read reviews on this part since it does say in the reviews that one person received a dead unit on arrival.

Anyone else try this part and get similar results? More likely wiring issue or more likely defective unit?
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