That's not true. I'm the original owner and I purchased it in CA. They limited sales in CA to 1000-2000 cars per year, but they certainly sold them here originally. My parents also bought a TDI in 2013 and 2016 here. I'm so desperate, I'm considering having my car towed to a stealership. It's officially inoperable as of this afternoon.California has always been spotty since they didn't originally sell them there. But by now there must be a few folks know what they're doing. Try contacting people on the regional forum.
TDIs were sold until 2003. New 2004 TDIs could not be sold in California, but previous-registered TDIs with more than 7500 miles could be imported.That's not true. I'm the original owner and I purchased it in CA. They limited sales in CA to 1000-2000 cars per year, but they certainly sold them here originally. My parents also bought a TDI in 2013 and 2016 here. I'm so desperate, I'm considering having my car towed to a stealership. It's officially inoperable as of this afternoon.
Wrong place to be posting thisHello guys, I’m very new to the Volkswagen family and to this forum. I drove a 2005 TDI Jetta and fell in love with it. So consequently I got one for myself which was a 04 TDI Jetta. My car has no boost in first gear up to 2000 revs then it has more than enough. Once in 3rd gear and up it has little boost. Fuel filter has been changed, MAF sensor has been changed. Also timing was off so that was adjusted as well. I am not an expert but I am getting familiar with this car through YouTube lol. Does Anyone else have any ideas on what else it might be? Maybe the boost sensor? Any info will help! Thanks!
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