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Answers to common Volkswagen Taos questions

Warning lights coming on and car bogging down.
Answered by Robert
Your 2009 CC has a number of issues that come up often. When the Service Engine light comes on this will also turn on the EPC light as the computer cannot control the electronic power control (EPC) system. A computer...
Engine stalling issue
Answered by Tim
Volkswagen has come under fire recently with several of their TDI diesel engines. Although these problems are related to engine emissions, it was also shown to cause intermittent stalling; as the computer would reduce fuel flow to create a very...
P0016 and P0018 keep popping up.
Answered by Mia
Hi, thanks for writing in. These codes are both camshaft (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/p0016-obd-ii-trouble-code-camshaft-position-a-camshaft-position-correlation-bank-1-by-jay-safford) and crankshaft (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/p0018-obd-ii-trouble-code-crankshaft-position-camshaft-position-correlation-bank-2-sensor-a-by-jay-safford) correlation codes. While these codes can be caused by a faulty sensor, more often they indicate a problem with the engine timing components. This could be...
Where is the crankshaft sensor on a 2011 vw cc sport 2.0
Answered by Jay
The crankshaft sensor is in center of motor near flywheel even with starter on engine block.

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