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Trouble Codes I have the following codes: 19497 P3041 18032 P1624 01039 01304 P0761 can anyone please tell me which need to be fixed and what exact parts need to be fixed?

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  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2010

    so for number 1 and 3 do i need a new collant temp sensor and rewire it? 4 is just radio meaning the wiring behind the stereo or attena? number 5 and 4 what do i need to fix?

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2010

    so for number 1 & 3 all i need to do is replace the coolant temp sensor and wiring for it? opr one or the other? number 4 is the radio wiring to the stereo or attena? what do i need to do for 5 and 2? i have no idea

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1. VW VAG type 5 digit fault code 19497 = EOBD type P3041 fault code:
Fault location = CAN data bus, instrumentation - implausible Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) signal
Probable cause = Wiring, matching resistor in Engine Control Module (ECM)

2. VW VAG type 5 digit fault code 18032 = EOBD type P1624 fault code:
Fault location = Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) - request signal active
Probable cause = Trouble code(s) stored in other system(s)

3. VW VAG type 5 digit fault code 01039:
Fault location = Coolant Temperature Sensor (G2)
Probable cause = Open or Short to Plus, Short to Ground - Intermittent

4. VW VAG type 5 digit fault code 01304:
Fault location = Radio
Probable cause = No Communication

5. EOBD type P0761 fault code:
Fault location = Shift Solenoid C
Probable cause = Performance or Stuck OFF

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    For number 1 and 3 you need check up wiring, and if good then replace the Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor (G2).

    For number 2 only erase all faults from all ECU systems after damaged components replacement.

    For number 4 check up radio electrical cables and in most cases antena connexion (radio without communication).

    For number 5 check up supply wiring and Shift Solenoid (SS) C - performance or stuck of.



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