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This scan is frightful
You might neeed to check this :
https://www.clubtouareg.com/forums/f...rd-264361.html

You have some big time wiring issue there.
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That is what they call a challenge LOL
Fortunately i also have a 1998 Chrysler Grand Voyager 2.4i to remain mobile!
(to go buy batteries f.e. haha)


2 remarks at this moment, since getting the engine to run again is top priority i think:
* I reclaced G28 sender, will be checking torque tomorrow, shoud be fastened at 10NM
* No wather in the car (no sunroof), but i do think there has been a major oil spilling in the car at one time ...

The strange thing is that the starting problem (which came up shortly after i got the car) progessively grew to a no-start ...

Perhaps it will be handy @ some time: this is how the car left the factory
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I think you should start by going over all the fuses and checking them one by one. Here is an easy way if you don't know this already:

And here is the Touareg electrical system ssp.

Something is wrong with the wiring since all your modules are unreachable.

http://www.volkspage.net/technik/ssp/ssp/SSP_298_d1.pdf



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The new battery is probably dead by now if you have a parasitic leak somewhere.


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The new battery is probably dead by now if you have a parasitic leak somewhere.

Did i tell you i really appreciate your help?


I checked battery voltage this morning and it was still at 12,5V (the old one, sitting in the garage, reads 12,9V ) so i do not suspect a parasitic leak, at least not a big one ...
As soon as it stops raining here i will start doing some more testing
I don't know what the normal current draw on this car is, but in full rest 75milliamp should be ok, no?
(i know from my other car that the LPG computer can be a rather big user ...)
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You're welcome

You most certainly have a wiring or fuse issue.

I know you changed the battery but you can try disconnecting the ground cable and letting all the component/capacitors to drain then connect the ground cable again. Let it sit for a few hours.

You can easily disconnect the ground wire without lifting the seat or opening the battery case. you have a ground bolt in front of the seat. Just lift the carpet and unscrew the bolt. I'll post a pic of the ground connection later.

But you definitely have a wiring/fuse issue.
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Yep, i know the bolt, checked it for tightness yesterday while changing the battery

In your opinion: the problem gradually becoming worse, almost with every start longer cranking till no-start, fits in this picture?
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What I see is all modules are offline and not communicating. You need to check power is getting to the easiest or most accessible module. Or just start with the fuse box. Do you happen to live in an area where a rodent can get to the wires and chew them. I've seen posts like these


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Good thinking
But i've never heard of rodent probs where i live
On the other hand there has been a cat sleeping under the bonnet.

I haven't been able to do much work today because of the rain ...
I will try to do as much checking and measuring as possible the next days in between rain and work and will report )
Today i have only started taking the windshield wipers and plenum chamber cover off for easy acces to the ECU so that i can also check the wires between ECU and whatever sender
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