What seems like a problem with one could be an issue with the other.
The knock sensor is not the only sensor responsible for detecting engine knock.
Sometimes the obvious cause of a vehicle complaint isn’t the right one. Your diagnostic skills are key.
Some vehicles have readiness issues when it comes to setting all the OBD II monitors.
TPMS sensor signals are low power and low frequency, with most sensors transmitting at 315MHz or 433MHz.
Great service advisors focus 100% on the customer’s complaint and ask “when” and “where” questions.
The FSI 3.2 L V6 & 4.2 L V8 have a lot in common with the FSI 2.0 L four-cylinder engine, including carbon deposit problems.
Replace the crankcase pressure sensor/tube assembly and reprogram the PCM.
This condition may be caused by an internal circuit board fault within the throttle body.
If the customer has requested to have the keys changed to a different key cut, use the procedure provided.
Here are the case details behind a message center displaying a “STEERING LOSS STOP SAFELY” warning message.