I have a 2006 VW Passat L4-2.0L Turbo with 48,000 miles. I started engine for a few seconds and began to back out of the garage. The car went about 20 feet and died. There were several error codes but all different, fuel pressure, timimg, and some other one. I cleared the errors and tried to restart. The engine turns over but will not start and there are no error codes. I have a subscription to ALLDATA.diy.com but no troubleshooting guide. I am a good parts changer but have no expierence on this VW. Where do I start? Also the battery is fully charged, the fuel is 3/4 full, and all maintenance is up to date.
Country: United StatesMake: VolkswagenModel: Passat 2.0TYear: 2006Engine: L4-2.0L Turbo
I had several different error codes, I cleared to see if one would repeat. No codes repeated. I also tried disconnecting the battery for several minutes. Still no codes and car will not start.
Welcome to Just Answer!!!Do you have the fault #s ?
I dont remeber for sure there were several and I could not find any conection between them but I think it was P0321, P0236, P0089, and maybe a few more. I cleared the errors with my code reader to see if I could get any to repeat. The errors cleared but the car will not start and there are no error codes now. Also where is the accept button you wanted clicked?
Ok the 3 faults you have listed are not related to each other but 2 of the 3 can cause the vehicle not to start you have a fuel pressure sensor fault i recommend you remove the high pressure fuel pump and check the cam follower and the cam lobe where the follower for the high pressure runs off we have seen this issue where the follower is completely worn out and it causes the vehicle not too run or run rough there is a warranty extension trough vw up to 120,000 miles if this is the case . You also have a crank sensor fault this can cause the vehicle to also not start have this checked also . I hope this helps.Please dont forget to provide me positive feedback for my time and knowledge thank you
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