I've tried pulling up on the break and clutch, holding the set botton for 5+ secs, but nothing is working. The contact had not experienced a failure. I was experiencing electrical issues such as cruise control not working, wipers turning on for no reason. Three different trips today and no luck. The contact owns a 2012 Volkswagen Passat. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the dealer advised the contact that the failure was common, but there was nothing that could be done to fix the problem.
The air bags did not deploy. It was towed to the dealer for extensive repairs, taking three weeks. The contact owns a 2012 Volkswagen Passat. The car continued to operate normally for another 500 miles until I noticed the cruise control was out. Now on to the proposed fix.
I have a 5 speed manual. Any engine diagrams that show it perhaps? The contact believed that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. She applied pressure to the brakes and the vehicle accelerated. Vw refuses to fix my car under warranty. The vehicle was not repaired. Which way do you pry? Warning light came back on.
The consumer made the request due to the numerous mechanical problems such as a defective purge valve, right front head light, the vehicle overheated and started t o smoke due to a faulty water pump. You can skip to the end and leave a response. All items are in good condition and functioned properly when pulled from the vehicle. After accelerating up the on-ramp to highway speeds. The rear has air shocks. Thanks Wingnut for the pictorial. I was able to go approximately 10 mph and I was able to get my car out of traffic.
It seemed to be connected to the steering column since both of these features are connected to the steering column. Although it may have as you suggest failed completely because the cruise controller worked recently albeit after pulling the brake pedal up I agree that the preimse should be: The vacuum vent valve fitted by Volkswagen might need adjusting before Removing and sending the cruise controller away to be tested and if possible, rebuilt. At this point recall notices are like monthly statements. Have you resolved your problem? I have found that this problem is being more frequently reported on internet forums and many people are experiencing turbo failures at low miles. Someone suggested checking the brake light switch. Parked in a safe location and stopped car.
I finally was able to get back to the shop and ask about the part number. The car has also slowed itself, under the adaptive cruise control, in other situations where there was no vehicle in front of it. During the last portion of sustaining 70 mph I tried switching cruise control on and off several times but this had no effect. The consumer requested assistance of all the matters. We did have an appointment to get all recalls on this vehicle addressed and to get parts ordered. As such, the cruise control is incorporated into the engine management system and will not have a separate fuse. It will trigger a code that will help you determine where the problem is at in the system.
After contacting the dealer and the manufacturer on multiple occasions, the contact was informed that the parts needed to repair the vehicle were still not available and no estimated time for receiving the parts could be given. Bought a Sonata Limited with 5500 miles on it from local dealership. If this type of failure had occurred at highway speeds I may have been in danger or endangered other motorists. I stopped at a stop sign before making a right turn onto another road. This has happened atleast 10 times in the last 6 months and I have no way of knowing how and when it gets engaged. The acceleration slowed after about another 30 seconds or so to the point where the car was traveling at a sustained 70 mph without my foot on the accelerator or brake. What things can I check out? The letter states that metal fragments could pass through the airbag cushion material which may result in injury or death to vehicle occupants.
I have no idea which one, but it's at least a direction to go in. Now it is not working at all. Went to boneyard and bought a module but it didn't fix my issue. I have expressed my concerns to dealership and I was told as long as it does go over 11 rpms it should be okay. I'm concerned after reading about shrapnel and airbag deployment. I decided to do some research and Pepboys came to the rescue.