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  Quote Mr.Fisher Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: P0011 Code (list of those affected)
    Posted: 01-Feb-2013 at 03:34
Thanks... we need all the luck we can get with these beasts.
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  Quote long_w8 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2013 at 15:59
Best of luck to you, sir.
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  Quote Mr.Fisher Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2013 at 04:23
Been running great the past year, until last week...

Figured I may as well add this here, too... This time P0021

1. '03 Variant Tip
2. 21 Jan 2013
3. ~121,000 mi
4. First, I just shocked the solenoids for bank 2... not much improvement. Dumped in some SeaFoam, then shocked both banks. I've noticed some slight improvement, even a full day of completely smooth running, ~150 miles. Rough idle seems somewhat intermittent now, and less noticeable most of the time. Planning another round of shock, followed by an oil change this weekend. Hoping for the best...
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  Quote MRAJB Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28-Dec-2012 at 22:15
1. 2004 Wagon 6-Speed
2. 09/27/2012
3. 105,168
4. New engine with ZERO miles installed
5. not many as of right now
6. Partially Covered by VW Real Driver Platinum Warranty

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Looking to buy a W8 Wagon 6-Speed to haul grocceries...And I finally found one on 2-16-2008
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  Quote MRAJB Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28-Sep-2012 at 21:33
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Edited by MRAJB - 30-Sep-2012 at 17:53
Looking to buy a W8 Wagon 6-Speed to haul grocceries...And I finally found one on 2-16-2008
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  Quote Mr.Fisher Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24-Jan-2012 at 01:34
Add me to the list: P0011 along with multiple misfire codes.

1. '03 Variant Tip
2. 16 Jan 2012
3. ~108,800 mi
4. just a bit of Sea Foam so far, hopefully electroshock therapy clears it up

further update to come...
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  Quote jokester900 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02-Feb-2011 at 05:52
2002 Tip
came on august 2010. had it cleared but doesnt go away.
Reading torque converter and something with the climatronic
I have a warranty but everytime i try to use it, they dont cover my problem
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  Quote flea121 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26-Jul-2010 at 21:51
TTT

Just got my car back and updated my post ^^^^.
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  Quote tripwalking Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19-Jul-2010 at 14:08
1. Year and model(wagon/sedan) transmission (6mt/auto): 02 Auto Wagon
2. Month/Day/Year the CEL came on: Beginning of July/10
3. Mileage of the vehicle at time of problem: 138000 kilometers
4. Solution/Repairs the dealer performed: bringing it to the dealer tomorrow.
5. The mileage since the repairs were made: n/a
6. Were you under Factory/Aftermarket Warranty
   If not what were the out of pocket costs?
   Or if you were under warranty, did you still encur
   out of pocket costs (rental car, deductible, etc...)

My aftermarket warranty should cover it. I have electroshocked it in the past, as well as seafoam and running the engine diagnostics from vagcom.
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  Quote flea121 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23-Jun-2010 at 13:55
Happened last night...

1. 2003 W8 Sedan, Tip
2. 06/22/2010 - scanned when I got her home after getting rough idle and CEL
3. 49,189 miles
4. Took in on 6/30: CarMax - Oil Change and still showing code after clearing. 7/2: VW Dealer - Replacing Bank1 Tensioner. 7/26: Got her back and running like a champ!
5. 8 miles since repair
6. Under extended warranty w/ $50 deductible + $59.04 Oil Change (was due anyway) - TOTAL OOP: $109.04 | TOTAL REPAIR COST: $3,195.59 | RENTAL CAR COVERAGE: $175

Details:
07/08/2010-
Extended warranty company (The Warranty Group) sent out an inspector on 07/07/2010 that somehow noted, "No mechanical fault present". My service advisor was out this day. On 07/08/2010 my advisor contacted the Warranty Group and explained that there is a fault present (CEL and rough idle) and that if they do not fix the issue now, that I would most likely be back within a week with the same issue or possible engine failure/damage and they would then be footing the bill for that. They opted to override the inspector in this instance and approved the dealer to move forward with repair for the cam tensioner. 3-5 days for parts to arrive (if they can get them in the US), then work begins. No estimate on how long once parts arrive yet.

07/21/2010-
Still in the shop. I was told yesterday that the engine is back in the car and they are doing the final items and testing. Hoping by Friday the 23rd to be back in my car. This Mazda loaner sure makes me miss her... I have to hand it to my CarMax service advisor. Even though they are the middle-man at this point (they attempted what they could then sent it next door to VW) they make sure to give me daily updates and make sure I get my questions answered, not to mention giving me a loaner after the 7 day period was up on the rental the warranty company provides.

07/26/2010-
Got her back, FINALLY! So far it seems they did top notch work. It feels really solid, no new rattles or shimmies. It even seems to ride smoother; granted that could be that I've been driving a Mazda Tribute for nearly 3 weeks.

Cost of my Extended Warranty, $2,100. Amount they have paid out in my two years of ownership, approx: $5950 for Radiator, Thermostat, Homelink, Passenger Seat Heater Switch, Bank 1 Cam Adjuster, rental cars.

Here is a link to the receipt: clicky

Edited by flea121 - 27-Jul-2010 at 12:13
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