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      07-31-2020 01:40 AM #1
      My cousin called me about the CEL popping on her 2019 SEL. She has 3000 miles on it. I scanned it and the code P0133 came out. I didn't clear it but the CEL went away . I told her to make an appointment and show the code. Car was hesitating and bogging down. Anybody come across this? With the CEL off, would dealer not do anything? I'm afraid it might be a start of what is to come so hoping they'll do something. Feel bad as I introduced VW to her ( her first one) and feel embarrassed it happens this early in the life of her car. I know warranty is there but still for a first timer, it is not a good impression

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      07-31-2020 01:49 AM #2
      Quote Originally Posted by TablaRasa View Post
      My cousin called me about the CEL popping on her 2019 SEL. She has 3000 miles on it. I scanned it and the code P0133 came out. I didn't clear it but the CEL went away . I told her to make an appointment and show the code. Car was hesitating and bogging down. Anybody come across this? With the CEL off, would dealer not do anything? I'm afraid it might be a start of what is to come do hoping they'll do something. Feel bad as I introduced VW to her ( her first one) and feel embarrassed it happens this early in the life of her car. I know warranty is there but still for a first timer, it is not a good impression

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      Primary oxygen sensor. Anything been disconnected, or any work under the hood done? If you didn't clear the code, it should still be in memory.

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      07-31-2020 08:30 AM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by burgsprinta View Post
      Primary oxygen sensor. Anything been disconnected, or any work under the hood done? If you didn't clear the code, it should still be in memory.

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      No, she hasn't been in the shop or anything. It has a little over 3k miles and is yet to do the 10k service. The CEL is gone now but yes the error still comes up when I scan it.

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      07-31-2020 11:34 AM #4
      I'd get that to the dealer right away, because if this is happening, her fuel trims are going to be all screwed up, which could cause much more damage. The first thing I'd check would be the oxygen sensor though. Maybe it's bad, and sending bad information back to the ECU. Weird to happen on a 3,000 mile car though.

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      07-31-2020 12:03 PM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by burgsprinta View Post
      I'd get that to the dealer right away, because if this is happening, her fuel trims are going to be all screwed up, which could cause much more damage. The first thing I'd check would be the oxygen sensor though. Maybe it's bad, and sending bad information back to the ECU. Weird to happen on a 3,000 mile car though.

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      Yes, her appointment is August 4. That was the earliest appointment.

      Exactly , 3000 is too early! I feel bad. Hopefully it is not anything big
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      07-31-2020 05:40 PM #6
      Probably just a bad O2 sensor. I get the same code but for my rear O2 due to my spacer.

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      07-31-2020 05:45 PM #7
      Quote Originally Posted by 35thGLINoob View Post
      Probably just a bad O2 sensor. I get the same code but for my rear O2 due to my spacer.
      Yeah, but it it's odd for the oxygen sensor go bad on a completely stock car that's never been touched, with only 3,000 miles. You can't drive with a bad primary O2 though. Well you can, but not for very long, and not wisely.

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      07-31-2020 05:56 PM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by burgsprinta View Post
      Quote Originally Posted by 35thGLINoob View Post
      Probably just a bad O2 sensor. I get the same code but for my rear O2 due to my spacer.
      Yeah, but it it's odd for the oxygen sensor go bad on a completely stock car that's never been touched, with only 3,000 miles. You can't drive with a bad primary O2 though. Well you can, but not for very long, and not wisely.

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      Infant mortality. Happens all the time with various electronics, just so happened to be the O2 on that specific car. I'd bet after it's replaced the car will run problem free for years after.

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      08-01-2020 09:18 PM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by 35thGLINoob View Post
      Infant mortality. Happens all the time with various electronics, just so happened to be the O2 on that specific car. I'd bet after it's replaced the car will run problem free for years after.
      Hope so. But would they even replace it that the CEL is not there at the moment. I know it's in the memory since when I scanned it, it's there. But yeah , I'd feel more comfortable they do change it. For her sake.

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      08-01-2020 09:20 PM #10
      I'd insist that they do. But as a last resort, I'd do it myself. The sensor is not that expensive, and it's easily accessible

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      08-04-2020 11:48 AM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by burgsprinta View Post
      I'd insist that they do. But as a last resort, I'd do it myself. The sensor is not that expensive, and it's easily accessible

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      She went today and they will replace it. They have to order the part first though. Man, that is sad for parts to be failing at that mileage. But glad it is gonna get sorted out.

      But I know she is saying to herself "why did I listen to my cousin in getting VW" SMH
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    14. 08-04-2020 05:33 PM #12
      Bank1 sensor1 code on my 2019 Jetta couple months ago... I simply cleared it and it didn't come back.

      I've also gotten error codes for temp sensors and boost sensors.

      If any repeat, I'll head to the dealer.

      o2 sensor---- no real drivability issues
      boost sensor--- NO BOOST for the commute
      temp sensors--- no power whatsoever and stalling

      Gremlins need to be more consistent and repeatable.

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