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    Thread: 1994 Jetta not shifting correctly and has a 00652 Gear monitering Vag code

    1. Junior Member
      Join Date
      Mar 10th, 2002
      Dayton, Ohio
      2006 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0T
      06-02-2003 12:42 PM #1
      Does anyone know what the code means?
      00652-Gear monitoring
      27-10 - Implausible Signal - Intermittant

      The doesnt always shift correctly and it shifts very late. Sometimes it neutrals out when going through the gears.

    2. 06-03-2003 03:27 PM #2
      I got the same darm problem on my 99 Jetta GL (111000 miles).
      I pulled the same VAG Code in addition to a 27-00 (implausible Signal)
      I'm biting the bullet and taking it into the "Stealership" to see what those crooks dig up.

    3. Junior Member
      Join Date
      Mar 10th, 2002
      Dayton, Ohio
      2006 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0T
      06-03-2003 07:05 PM #3
      I think mine might have a bad range sensor. When you find out what the problem is with yours please let me know.

    4. 06-04-2003 09:18 AM #4
      Will do.
      Any idea what that range sensor costed? - and where its located?
      I have an appointment with the "Stealership" tomorrow.

    5. 06-04-2003 11:39 PM #5
      My local dealership told me $145 but that might not be the problem. Im starting to think that maybe the range sensor only controls the light in the dash that says if its in P R N or D. But Im just not sure.

    6. 06-05-2003 03:14 PM #6
      Dr Don Madbug's Dad was right!
      "stealership" said that its mechanical and only a matter of time until the tranny fails completely.
      They pulled an additional DTC 01192 004 (Torque converter lock-up clutch, Mechanical fault - sporatic). Roadtested, and found that 2nd-3rd shift was poor and 4th has almost no engagement at all. They recommended that the Tranny needs replacement. Parts and Labor are estimated at $3000. No warrentees are available at my current mileage (111,370 mi.)
      I'm sure I can locate a tranny guy to drop in a re-bulid but what a pain!
      Oh Well, For Sale,
      1999 VW Jetta GL 2.0
      (needs tranny)
      {my other car is a Lawnboy!}

    7. Member
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      Aug 25th, 2001
      06-07-2003 10:07 AM #7
      Yes, the range"switch" is what tells the TCM what gear the lever is in. When it goes bad, the trans. won't know what position the shift lever is in and the indicator in the instrument cluster may indicate something other than actual position of the lever. For example, I once had a car which wouldn't crank because the indicator said it was in drive when in fact the lever was in park! This range "switch" is not the same as referred to in the DTC as the range "controller!" I believe the range controller is a function of the TCM, but when this DTC comes up, it usually defines a mechanical problem inside the trans. (requiring replacement) and not an electrical problem.

      Modified by Dr Don Madbug's Dad at 10:10 AM 6-7-2003

      Modified by Dr Don Madbug's Dad at 10:12 AM 6-7-2003

    8. 06-07-2003 03:50 PM #8
      Well my friend swapped the transmission out and the code still keeps coming up.

    9. 01-03-2005 09:37 PM #9
      I'm Getting the 00652 error code on scannin block 01-Engine and i have a manual 5 spds tranny

    10. 01-06-2005 04:37 PM #10

      did the car used to be an auto trans? i have seen things like that happen when people converted over to manual.

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