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All Vehicles - Malfunction During Software Update with "$33$10" Displayed
If you encounter a malfunction message "$33$10" while performing a software update, try removing pin 6 from the Data Link Connector (DLC) and attempt the software update with the pin removed. Be sure to reinstall the pin before the vehicle leaves the shop.

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2006>Passat, 2008 Touareg U.S. Vehicles – Odometer Display
Nov 30, 2007 - UPDATED
The odometer display will change from miles to km/h readings when the vehicle is in motion, then go back to miles when at a stop. This function can be toggled on or offfor the Passat and Touareg (U.S. vehicles equipped with the premium cluster). With the car running, on the cluster, hold the 0.0 reset button down until the odometer display briefly switches from miles to km/h (approximately. 5 seconds). Once the car is in motion, the odometer will switch to km/h. To turn it off, hold the 0.0 button until the odometer switches briefly from miles to km/h and back to miles (approximately. 6 seconds). NOTE: the trip meter will reset briefly to 0 and then go back to its previous value. If the 0.0 button is not held long enough to set the km/h or to turn it off, the trip meter will reset back to 0.

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2008 Touareg – Service Interval
Currently Service Interval “adaptation” has to be carried out through Vehicle Self Diagnosis. Enter address “17” for the instrument cluster then go into “adaptation”. Channel 40 is for the number of miles and channel 41 is for the number of days.

TT 69-00-04
Minimum Requirement Tool, JC2000 Spacer Gage
Special tool JC2000 is required in order to correctly adjust the gap between the airbag spiral spring and the steering wheel. It consists of two gages, JC2000 A and B. Technical Bulletin Group 01 Number 00-02 addresses the correct procedure for the use of this special tool.

TT 69-01-03
All Models with Side Curtain Protection, Crash Sensor Location
The crash sensor for the side curtain protection airbags is located at the base of each C-pillar. To gain access, remove the seat bottom and the C-pillar trim.

TT 69-02-04
Air Bag Safety Procedures, DTCs in Fault Memory
When diagnosing air bag systems for faults, it is a good practice not to move anything in the vehicle and to keep everything as it was, like: seats, steering wheel, etc. [try to keep the customer seating position the same]. When diagnosing a DTC indicating a short to B+ or short to B -, the DTC should not be erased prior to the diagnosis and repair. This is to prevent the possibility of an unwanted airbag deployment by the diagnosis strategy of the module. When key is turned on, the module performs a two step self-diagnosis, so we recommend that you check everything with the VAS 5051 first and when ready to perform repairs disconnect the battery and do the repairs.

TT 69-06-35
1996 – 2007, All Models, Airbag Coding
Technical Bulletin 69 06 03 not only supplies an updated list of Airbag codes, but also supplies valuable information (including illustrations) for determining the color codes before and after replacing the airbag control module. Please read this TB carefully before calling the VW Dealer Technician Helpline.

TT 64-98-05
All Vehicles, One-Touch Up/Pinch Protection Reactivating
If you have a complaint that one of the front windows goes up and comes right down again, that window is either binding or the pinch protection is not set. To set the one-touch up/pinch protection, install key in drivers door and turn to the unlock position. Hold until all windows are down.

TT 64-06-93
All Touaregs, Convenience Open/Close Feature Inoperative
If you receive a complaint that the convenience close/open feature for the vehicle windows is inoperative, it is probably a normal condition. This function only works for a limited time after the car has been unlocked and locked using the key fob.

TT 64-07-38
All Models With Heated Mirror, Seats and Steering Wheel, Component Operation
Just a reminder that the operation of heated components will not be enabled if the outside temp is above 50 degrees F. The heated seat has the same limited operation, but on some models it can be overridden on position number 5, up to 70 degrees F.

TT 60-96-05
Vehicles With Sunroof
When the sunroof does not close with the door key function, disconnect and reconnect the battery to reset the control unit. If it still does not function correctly, then the electric window control units have to be synchronized. Roll down all windows, disconnect all window control units, reconnect the left front window control unit and raise the windows. Do the same with the right front, left rear and right rear windows. Lower all windows, remove key from ignition, close all windows and sunroof using the door key function

TT 57-06-83
2004-2007 Touareg, Remote Key
If the MFI display on a Touareg displays "Key not found", check and/or replace the remote battery in the key fob. There is nothing wrong with the key. Do not re-adapt the key set. If you have already tried adapting the keys, further diagnosis will be required. Call the Volkswagen Dealer Technician, Electrical Team (Prompt Number 2) for instructions on how to proceed.

TT 57-06-95
All Touaregs, Flashing Door LED
For complaints where the customer has unlocked the vehicle using a key in the driver door handle (instead of using the remote) and then opens the door to find the LED flashing, this is normal

TT 57-07-42
2008 Vehicles equipped with Keyless Entry
The instrument cluster will show a message stating multiple keys are in the vehicle if two or more keys are in the vehicle at one time. This is considered normal. At this time, no specific reference in the owner's manual states this. However, page 39 in the Controls & Equipment section, explains how the vehicle will lock if a key is left in the vehicle and whether or not the driver has a second key in his or her possession. It is not recommended to leave a key inside the vehicle.

TT 55-07-81
2005-2008 Touareg - “Engine Hood Open” Warning Light
If the dash panel “Engine Hood Open” warning light illuminates, perform the hood latch adjustment procedure, closely following each step. In ElsaWeb, several steps are necessary to properly position the hood. Also, the hood switch wiring is in series with the radio anti-theft micro switch on non- navigation vehicles. Push in the radio to ensure it is locked into position tightly. Then check for the “Engine Hood Open” warning light.

TT 45-00-37
ABS Faults
When diagnosing ABS wheel speed sensor fault codes, or other complaints, be sure to check the tire circumference. There should be no more than +/- 7mm difference between all four tires. A difference in tire circumference could contribute to speed sensor faults.

TT 45-07-58
2004-2007 Touareg & 2004-2005 Phaeton, Active Wheel Speed Sensor Diagnosis
When testing the active wheel speed sensors, perform the following:
1.Disconnect the suspect wheel sensor and install the correct 2 pin test harness to the wiring
2.Connect the DSO to the test harness and turn the key on
3.Ensure battery voltage is at the connector
4.Set the DSO to .2V/Div, .2ms/Div scale and ac coupling
5.Spin the wheel and observe the DSO pattern: You should see one large (.6V) pulse and 7 smaller pulses (.2V).
This can be broken down into 8 separate bits starting with the large pulse:
o0: status of air gap
o1: status of offset control module
o2: status of external digital input
o3: status of rotation direction validity
o4: status of direction of rotation
o5: lowest order
o6: medium order
o7: highest order
o 8: parity bit


TT 43-06-114
2004-2007 Touareg, DTC 01772 (00
If you have a complaint of air suspension DTC 01772 (00, follow the directions in Technical Bulletin 43-05-02 step-by-step BEFORE contacting the Volkswagen Dealer Technician Helpline

TT 37-06-55
2004-2007 Touareg, Shift Lever Button Sticking
Potential symptoms of the shift lever button sticking:
  • It will not be possible to pull the key out of the ignition because it’s not contacting the micro switch.
  • If the shifter button is stuck all the way in, you can put the vehicle into park, but unless you apply your foot to the brake, it won’t shift out of park.
  • If the shifter button cannot be pushed all the way in, the shift lever won’t move through the gears.
If you receive a complaint that the button on the shift lever sticks, carefully remove the chrome disc from the right side of the shift lever using a small flat screwdriver. Before replacing check to see if the black cap is seated properly; if not, properly reposition and check to see if the button sticks. If it is seated properly and the button still sticks, refer to the Repair Manual and replace the shift lever handle assembly.

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2006-2007 Touareg with V10 Diesel, Glow Plug DTCs
If Glow Plug DTCs are present while performing a PDI, check the state of charge on BOTH of the batteries. If the auxiliary battery (in the rear) is low on charge, it can set Glow Plug DTCs because this is the battery that powers them up during start-up. See Technical Bulletin 27-07-02 for battery testing information.

TT 28-06-03
Vehicles with TDI Pumpe Duse Engine, Glow Plug Checking
Do NOT test the glow plugs on these engines by applying battery voltage to see if they glow. They will become damaged or non–functioning in a very short period of time. The correct checking procedure is in Service Net, under the tab in Additional Information

TT 28-02-13
Vehicles with TDI Engine, Glow Plug Relay Clicking On
Under certain conditions you may hear the Glow Plug Relay J52 clicking on and off after the engine is started. Once the engine is started, the after glow period could last up to 3 minutes or until the engine coolant reaches a temperature of 60 degrees Celsius and the engine RPMs are below 2500. Under these conditions you may hear the relay clicking on and off while shifting. This is because the RPMs are going above and below 2,500 rpm. Relay location is in the plenum near the wiper motor

TT 28-01-09
TDI Glow Plugs
Be aware that there are 2 suppliers for the TDI glow plugs-Bosch and Beru. When replacing the glow plugs make sure that you do not mix stock. The vehicle must have all the same supplier or DTC P0380 (Glow Plug Monitoring) may set.

TT 28-99-01
All TDI Diesels, Glow Plug Relay Test
Prior to replacing the glow plug relay (038 911 253) perform the following test. 1) Disconnect the coolant temp sensor. 2) Turn ignition on. 3) Wait 20 seconds for glow plugs light to go out. 4) Using the VAG 1551 read the fault code. If DTC 00522 appears, the glow plug relay is OK. If DTC 00522 and DTC 01050 appear, the glow plug relay is defective and needs to be replaced


TT 28-98-10
All Models TDI Diesels, Glow Plug Relay Part No.
The correct part number for the glow plug relay is 038 911 253 with production control number of 180.

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2008 Touareg - Service Reminder Settings – How to Adjust, Reset
If it is necessary to adjust/reset the service reminder intervals, the following procedures must be followed:
A) Reset the Instrument Cluster Malfunction Display Indicator (MFI) service reminder settings.
B) Adjust the service intervals.

A) Reset the Instrument Cluster MFI service reminder settings.
1. Bring the vehicle to a full stop. Leave the ignition “ON”.
2. On the Multifunction steering wheel, press the change menu buttons to locate the “Settings” main menu.
3. Select “Service Interval”
4. Locate “Service reset”
5. Select “OK”. This will reset
the service reminder for the
next service.
6. The “Service Info” selection
will show miles and days left
until the next service is due.

NOTE: After resetting the service reminder, dashes will be displayed in “Service in” miles and days values.
The vehicle must be driven approximately 100 miles before the correct values will be displayed.

B) Adjusting Service Intervals
1. Perform Procedure A.
2. Using vehicle self diagnosis, set adaptation channel 40 to the mileage recorded since the last service.
Note; the value entered is multiplied by 100 (i.e. if a vehicle has 3710 miles since the last service,
enter a value of 37 or drop the last 2 digits).
3. Set adaptation channel 50 to the desired miles between service intervals (This value is also multiplied by 100 –
enter a value of 50 for 5,000 mile service intervals or 100 for 10,000 mile service intervals).
4. Set adaptation channel 41 to the amount of days since the last service.
5. Set adaptation channel 51 to the desired days between service intervals (example 150 days or 300 days).

Note
adaptation channel 40 = Miles since last service
adaptation channel 41 = Days since last service
adaptation channel 50 = Miles between services
adaptation channel 51 = Days between services


TT 10-07-71
All Vehicles - Engine Noise Diagnosis Tips
When attempting to diagnose unusual engine noises, it is critical to obtain important information from the customer who drives the vehicle and, when necessary road test the vehicle with the customer.
This required information includes, but is not limited to the following:
  • What does the noise sound like?
  • When did the noise first occur?
  • How often does the noise occur?
  • Does the noise occur when starting the vehicle?
  • Does the noise occur at idle?
  • Does the noise occur while driving?
  • At what speed(s) does the noise occur?
  • At what engine RPM does the noise occur?
  • Does the noise vary with engine RPMs?
  • At what outside temperature does the noise occur?
  • At what vehicle temperature does the noise occur?
This is a condensed list that will help guide you to a general area in which to begin your diagnosis. A valuable tool for diagnosing noise is a set of chassis ears. As always, after diagnosis, if there are no conclusive results, please call the Volkswagen Technicians Helpline.

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All Vehicles with 3.6L Engine - Engine/Oil Pump Replacement Tip
When replacing the engine or oil pump and the replacement part has been sitting awhile, the oil pump may have lost its prime. If this is the case, it is advised to start the vehicle and accelerate between 1200-1400 RPMs. The
oil pressure should come up within 2-3 seconds


TT 91-07-107
2008 Touareg with Non-Navigation Radios - No Sound From Radio in Satellite Mode
If a 2008 Touareg without navigation has no sound from the radio when switched to the satellite mode, check the vehicle sound system for the installation of an Ipod adapter. Currently, there are no compatible Ipod adapters for this system. It should be removed until an update is released.

TT 96-07-53
2004-2007 Touareg - “Key Symbol” Displayed After Access/Start Module Replacement
The “key symbol” may display in the dash after the replacement of the access/start module. If this was not part of the original customer concern, then check the part number of the installed replacement module. If the part number suffix is an “AX”, the recommendation is to order through the normal parts channels the module part number with a “BX” suffix.


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File Type: pdf TT96-08-01 T2 Immobilizer Definitions.pdf (173.0 KB, 369 views)

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2004 - 2007 Touareg - After Repair, Headlamp Flickers at Times
If, after a repair where a headlamp was removed or replaced, one of the headlamps flicker at times on first start up, check the body mounted connector to ensure it is fully seated into the headlamp housing.

TT 69-08-01
All Models - Air Bag Module Replacement/Testing
If replacing or testing an air bag module, it is recommended to have the module properly mounted or the case grounded if the connector is installed. The module grounds through the case body and without this connection it may not communicate with the scan tool or have other undesirable results.

TT 96-08-02
All Models - Capacitive Discharge Recommendation
During a repair, if requested to perform a capacitive discharge on a vehicle, it is advised to have the ignition in the OFF position and the key removed. The only exception to leave the key ON would be if there have been any repairs to the air bag system.

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TT 20-06-88
2007 Touareg with New V-10 (engine code BWF), Fuel Pressure Switch Location
The F1 fuel pressure switch is now located under the EGR cooler on the passenger side of the engine.

TT 20-01-30
Smoke Checking Intake Manifold Systems
When checking the intake manifold for leaks using the VAG 1687 pressure tester, some leaks may be difficult to pinpoint. Adapter number KLI 9210/50 is available from Equipment Solutions, which will allow you to pump smoke into the intake using the KLI9210 EVAP tester.

TT 21-02-21
All Turbo Vehicles, Checking for Intake Leaks
In the event you have a Turbo vehicle with a suspected intake leak, pressurize the system with special tool VAS 1687 and VAS 1687/1. Be sure to block crankcase ventilation so oil is not forced into the intake system. Care should be used not to over pressurize the system .The correct pressure should not exceed ½ bar. Over pressurizing the system could result in damage. Once vehicle is under pressure use soapy water to locate the leak.

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