If you are in DFW area I can take a look car and see what is going on.https://log.malonetuning.com/chart/...Dg8Kfw53Dp01XJMOlZcKmw711M1jDuwXDhX8kXBsBAAA=
i am having issues with my car. This log is with my rod adjusted longer than it should be. I will properly adjust it tomorrow and show new long. new maf, map, turbo, n75, n18 and n239 are deleted.
Thank you .Jetta_97 has helped me with my 2009 2.5L gas to 2.0 CR TDI swap on my 2009 jetta wagon
he knew exactly what he was doing and got it done fast and right the first time around....flawless!!
he was able to take my full FIS cluster from the 2.5L, take my donor half fis cluster from the 2.0 CR TDI and take all the immobilizer and programming and combine it into a FULL FIS diesel cluster i gave him. Along with programming the keys/ECU.
all i did was plugged it in and worked.
update: few months later!
everything still works exactly how it should. no codes and no problems!
I highly recommend his work to everyone and i will definitely be a returning customer of his with my other diesel swaps
After reading all the post here. I am hoping you can help me with my car problem.
2006 Jetta Tdi. I am having an issue with car starting and stopping within 2 seconds. Replaced Relay 460 and still same problem.
The instrument cluster does not move, no lights, all gauges do not move. The center screen that display door open, that still works. Got P1650 error on Vagcom. Is my cluster toast?
How much for repair? I am Running out of ideas.
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Check your Private message , I sent you one.
It is possible that cluster is bad .
Email reply back to you few days ago.Marin -
I'm emailing you this:
Saga of the 2014 JSW SEL TDI parking brake warning light and 5 minute LOUD warning chime (that resets every time I come to a complete stop, so no, I can't live with it) continues... Ok, after hours of analysis, ripping out the center console and front seat, VW of Palm Springs (great people and service, btw). Has ascertained that....
The problem is not the hand brake sensor, not the brake fluid sensor or the wiring... My instrument cluster must have a short or the board must be bad. Problem is, doesn't appear you can just disconnect the parking brake wire to the cluster because it's already getting the correct signal and still malfunctioning!
So, does anyone have a solution short of buying a new instrument cluster and re-coding it? (dealer did give a quote of $725 for parts & labor, but I don't want to spend that on a car w/143k miles on it, if I can avoid it). I'm stuck! Thanks...