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    To all.
    I closed the second port of the throttle and run the car.
    The chock came from the throttle aria trying to give air you can hear a bang form there.
    Let me know how to test the throttle with VCDS so I can see then if the pedal can make the problem.
    Peter

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    This thread is so ridiculous Peter, you must be trolling the forum, because the ladder to latter of matters would be even worse if you worked on alleged medical equipment to only jump from the top.

    WTF process is this anyway?

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    Thank you Master Jack.
    When you do not know the answer you ask.
    No answer means you are on your own.
    Peter

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    Thank you Master Jack.
    When you do not know the answer you ask.
    No answer means you are on your own.
    Peter

    More of an issue & on your part for a clear lack of conveyance.

    Hard to even guess at an answer, especially when you don't know the question being asked and I will capitulate I don't know everything right out of the gate.


    To all.
    I closed the second port of the throttle and run the car.
    The chock came from the throttle aria trying to give air you can hear a bang form there.
    Let me know how to test the throttle with VCDS so I can see then if the pedal can make the problem.
    Peter
    What alleged second port?
    WTF is the chock?


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    I know you know cars.
    Here is my problem I found that the Jetta 2005.5 works fine with S sport selection no hesitation from stop to speed. But when you select D drive it hesitates and makes noise under the car. I looked my paid diagrams I get nothing. Can you tell me if the transmition needs a part or is defective. By the way Jetta has from China fuel filter and a throttle valve new for Jetta 2007 they both work as a team and helped me to ask this question to you or any one else that want to help. The car works perfect on S selection.
    Peter
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    I know you know cars.
    Here is my problem I found that the Jetta 2005.5 works fine with S sport selection no hesitation from stop to speed. But when you select D drive it hesitates and makes noise under the car. I looked my paid diagrams I get nothing. Can you tell me if the transmition needs a part or is defective. By the way Jetta has from China fuel filter and a throttle valve new for Jetta 2007 they both work as a team and helped me to ask this question to you or any one else that want to help. The car works perfect on S selection.
    Peter

    Peter or is it Spalding?

    Please comport with the spirit of the forum & for doing things to do a qualified repair request based on the actual RTFB or expect nothing and like it!

    Drive it in S mode or ask a proper question with details and scan data and based on something other than your bullshit!

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    OK.
    I know you like to joke a lot.
    Where is you answer? post the answer on the video.
    I found that all the old jettas have transmission problems.
    Peter

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    OK.
    I know you like to joke a lot.
    Where is you answer? post the answer on the video.
    I found that all the old jettas have transmission problems.
    Peter


    Answer what specific question, I no understand & it's all Greek to me?

    Lock ..............?

    Here is the video answer....

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    Hi All.
    Except for Jack. He can keep his jokes to entertain us.

    Today I checked with VCDS my transmition.
    It passed all the test and there are many.
    I need to know what else can be wrong for the engine not performing on acceleration command. Exclude throttle valve and acceleration pedal. They passed on VCDS.
    There are 3 sensors in the front of the jetta engine. 2 in front and one in the right side. Can you tell me if they are capable to make the engine to misbehave, my idle speed is perfect no engine trembling.
    The manuals are for the birds. Maybe I can see if the above sensors function with VCDS.
    Thanks.
    Peter
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter11742 View Post
    Hi All.
    Except for Jack. He can keep his jokes to entertain us.

    Today I checked with VCDS my transmition.
    It passed all the test and there are many.
    I need to know what else can be wrong for the engine not performing on acceleration command. Exclude throttle valve and acceleration pedal. They passed on VCDS.
    There are 3 sensors in the front of the jetta engine. 2 in front and one in the right side. Can you tell me if they are capable to make the engine to misbehave, my idle speed is perfect no engine trembling.
    The manuals are for the birds. Maybe I can see if the above sensors function with VCDS.
    Thanks.
    Peter
    Hi all.
    This is my last report.
    I solved all the issues.
    The last issue was a defective 25 A fuse with a good linkage bar on the top, and the throttle adaptation.
    The Jetta is a good car now and is on line with new plates.
    It took me a while but is done.
    Thanks to all the support I received from all of you.
    Peter

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