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VW MKVI-A6 Golf family including Jetta SportWagen (~ 2010-2014) Discussions area for A6/MkVI (2010-2014) Golf and Golf Wagons (Jetta Sportwagon in the USA).

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Old October 24th, 2017, 06:02   #271
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Talking Just Installed CP3...Nice!

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I had VL Performance in Appleton WI do the work and the pump is a beast. I've burned about 1 full tank of diesel with the new pump and I'm getting better fuel mileage than I ever have before, which is weird as the temps here have dropped into the 40's/50's which usually decreases efficiency.

The tune seems a bit stronger as well (Malone stage 2). Just a little more pull through the gears.

Feels good knowing my car is prepped for the long haul after deciding to skip the buyback
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Old October 24th, 2017, 06:43   #272
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That's wonderful!
Congrats and many happy miles ahead.
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Old October 26th, 2017, 06:30   #273
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Good news for people with the CP3 that want the fix. I got the fix yesterday and the dealer didn't say anything about the CP3 pump and not having an auxiliary pump. The adviser said they looked hard to find anything wrong with my car, but they couldn't find anything and said my car was in great shape. They were also amazed how clean my car was, considering it has over 153,000 miles. I'm a neat nut.

Of course that doesn't settle worries about warranty after the fact, but at least I'll have my check for the fix.
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Old October 27th, 2017, 11:39   #274
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Coty from VL Performance is the guy who flashed my Malone stage 3 in. Glad to hear it's working well!


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Add me to the list!
I had VL Performance in Appleton WI do the work and the pump is a beast. I've burned about 1 full tank of diesel with the new pump and I'm getting better fuel mileage than I ever have before, which is weird as the temps here have dropped into the 40's/50's which usually decreases efficiency.
The tune seems a bit stronger as well (Malone stage 2). Just a little more pull through the gears.
Feels good knowing my car is prepped for the long haul after deciding to skip the buyback
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Old February 14th, 2018, 17:37   #275
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For the record, it wasn't actually fixed. Ran through a lot of troubleshooting after this post and the problem kept coming back. Turns out the engine electrical harness was wedged behind the throttle body, worn through, and shorting out. Replaced the harness and zero problems for over 2,000 miles now.
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FIXED! Andrew was immensely helpful!

Short version, the aux pump from the old HPFP shorted out, which blew the fuse controlling the lifter pump. Eventually fuel stopped getting to the engine, and she starved. Pulled the aux pump, cleared the air out of the fuel lines, and she runs like a charm!

Long version is posted at http://myturbodiesel.com/threads/tro...-system.30965/
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Old February 14th, 2018, 18:07   #276
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Glad you got everything sorted out! I bet you were a little mad when you discovered the harness short. Reminds me of a few times when I was trying to track down the cause of "intermittent" fault, lol.
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Old May 21st, 2018, 12:36   #277
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Hello. After installing the CP3, a rumble appeared in the area of the fuel hoses in the range of 1200-1900 rpm. Passat 2.0 CBAB The additional pump has been removed.
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Old May 21st, 2018, 17:38   #278
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Rumble? does it drive smooth? best to data log rail request vs actual to see if there's any oscillations.
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Old May 22nd, 2018, 13:06   #279
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There are no errors. works smoothly. Rides well. noise from the hose fuel filter pump, pump-fuel filter.
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Old May 24th, 2018, 01:53   #280
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I can't help with the rumble, but I wanted to let everyone know that I didn't have an issue with a warranty repair after the fix even though I have a CP3 pump. I got the P2015 code and VW provided a new manifold under the extended warranty after the fix.

Another note, my dealer didn't think the manifold was covered under the extended warranty, but they called VW and were told that yes it was! My dealer said they have over 200 pages of information about the warranty and sometimes it's hard to figure out what's covered. I guess it's best to always ask your dealer to check with VW if you think you have a repair that should be covered by the warranty!
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Old June 21st, 2018, 19:58   #281
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Who is doing the CP3/HPFP fix? I'll be doing more research here but would appreciate the quick info. Is it various mechanics around the USA doing it? I'm in the Southeast but would drive a ways to get the job done. How much does it cost to have done? Are there TDIclub sources where quality referrals are made? Or, what shops are doing the best jobs?

I haven't had the NOX fix done yet on my 2011 Golf TDI, 6 speed manual, (presently 90k miles) but am thinking about doing the Gen 1 fix, getting the money and doing the HPFP upgrade with some of the money.
Am I correct in assuming for the 2011 Golf TDI the only fix available is the Gen 1? I need to do some homework on the VW website, I know.
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Old June 21st, 2018, 21:30   #282
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So, as stated above I'm considering the 2micron CP3 kit. After its done is diesel additive still a necessity?
I'm a pretty sedate driver. Very much more interested in MPG. I'm happy with present level of torque/power. On the various Malone retunings - if a CP3 kit is installed are the Malone retunes necessary? Better MPG always welcome though.
Other than the potential CP3 improvement I prefer the car say as stock as possible.

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So, as stated above I'm considering the 2micron CP3 kit. After its done is diesel additive still a necessity?
I'm a pretty sedate driver. Very much more interested in MPG. I'm happy with present level of torque/power. On the various Malone retunings - if a CP3 kit is installed are the Malone retunes necessary? Better MPG always welcome though.
Other than the potential CP3 improvement I prefer the car say as stock as possible.
You don't need to use an additive with the CP3, it's even questionable with your current stock CP4.1. Most people use it for piece of mind. The CP3 is very robust, I still have never heard of a failure on one. Install it, and drive worry free...at least on the HPFP side.

Also, no tuning is required with the pump. But, once you do tune the car, you will no why you did
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