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    Thread: 00513 00515 Trouble Codes.

    1. 11-12-2007 12:13 PM #1
      I have read some similar post with these same trouble codes but no resolution. I know it's impossible to diagnose online but I would just like some suggestions on where to start.

      Car is a 1995 VW golf 2.0L

      It's bogging/missing a little not much though but I do have the engine light and those are the trouble codes.

      Thanks in advanced.


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      11-12-2007 03:44 PM #2
      do a nice tuneup, plugs, wires, cap, rotor, ign. coil, clean your throttle body and maf.....only use this stuff to clean your maf....if none of the above work then come back to us...


    3. 11-15-2007 07:52 PM #3
      Ok I tried the MAF once and it didn't work. I'm going to order all that stuff I was meaning to anways. Any suggestion on which plugs to buy? Engine is stock BTW

    4. 11-17-2007 02:28 PM #4
      Ok I tried the MAF once and it didn't work. I'm going to order all that stuff I was meaning to anways. Any suggestion on which plugs to buy? Engine is stock BTW

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      11-17-2007 04:33 PM #5
      http://i200.photobucket.com/al...2.jpg

      good stuff! i use it to clean off my injector tips also when i do tune ups

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    6. 12-13-2007 06:52 PM #6
      Ok update:

      Did a full tune up on it including all of the above. I had the engine code cleared by the scanner but it came back on in less then a day. What are your suggestions now?


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      12-13-2007 11:29 PM #7
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    8. 12-15-2007 01:45 PM #8
      What's a Hall sensor?

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      12-15-2007 03:05 PM #9
      check this thread... http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=3570296 and this one if you haven't already. http://wiki.ross-tech.com/index.php/Main_Page


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      12-15-2007 03:56 PM #10
      Was the car scanned with it running or off?
      Are you due for a timing belt change or has it been done recently?

    11. 12-15-2007 07:07 PM #11
      I don't know if it has been done. Or if it needs to be done. It was scanned both on and off and still receive the same codes.

    12. 12-16-2007 10:33 PM #12
      Could the timing be off? Is changing the timing back an easy task?

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      12-16-2007 10:36 PM #13
      Could be. Check the marks.

    14. 12-17-2007 12:36 PM #14
      I'm gonna read some DIY

    15. 12-18-2007 06:49 PM #15
      Okay. So now I believe my timing on my cams are off. How would I realign the timing. I read the whole DIY on replacing the timing belt but I still don't' know what to do to recheck the timing and adjust. If someone could please clarify

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      12-18-2007 08:16 PM #16
      you have to remove the belt, realign the marks and reinstall the belt. the dizzy(driven by the IM shaft) is not correctly aligned to the crank. Its looking at the window in the dizzy compared to the teeth on the crank. The dizzy tells the ECU where the cam is at (for TDC). The mkIV's have a sensor on the cam sprocket, which you do not. So, line up the crank, cam and IM shaft marks to their respective reference marks and put the belt on. Then check the alignment to see if it is correct. It might take a couple of tries, but it is very doable.


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    17. 12-18-2007 08:22 PM #17
      As easy as that?

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      12-18-2007 08:30 PM #18
      yup.
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      12-18-2007 08:44 PM #19
      There has to be a reason your timing is suddenly off. Is the belt OK? Missing any teeth? If the belt looks good, consider a problem on the back side of the crank gear.

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      12-18-2007 08:55 PM #20
      YES!! If once you get the v-belt and serp belt off, and you can wiggle or rotate the pulley w/o moving the crank, the crank sprocket is damaged. And will need to be replaced.
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