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    Thread: i have searched and found nothing (g182) w/ vagcom

    1. 07-15-2007 05:04 PM #1
      how do i fix this code (g182)on vagcom
      input speed sensor circut malfunction / intermitent
      please help

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      07-15-2007 05:07 PM #2
      that doesnt look like a normal vagcom code

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      07-15-2007 05:18 PM #3
      Quote, originally posted by shawshank2 »
      that doesnt look like a normal vagcom code

      Correct, it's not.
      The G182 is the component, which is the Transmission Input Speed Sensor (G182).

      To the OP, we need the specific fault code to assist you in your efforts of fixing the problem.

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    4. 07-15-2007 05:35 PM #4
      17099 maby this is it

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      07-15-2007 07:28 PM #5
      Quote, originally posted by whodat200si »
      17099 maby this is it

      If that's the case:

      * VW DTC 17099 (P0715) - Transmission Input Speed Sensor (G182): Circuit Malfunction, Electrical Fault in Circuit

      So, the ISS is either faulty or there's an electrical wire cut on the sensor.

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