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    just read a kids codes at work, he's having trouble starting his golf, 1.9 tdi 130 bhp it's throw up this code
    anyone know the part number required to fix this ?

    here's a clip of the scan

    Wednesday,29,October,2014,15:46:26:65217

    Chassis Type: 1J - VW Golf/Bora IV (1998 > 2006)
    Scan: 01 02 03 08 15 16 17 19 22 29 35 36 37 39 46 47 55 56 57 75
    76

    Mileage: 189040km/117464miles
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    Address 01: Engine Labels: 038-906-012-AGR.lbl
    Part No: 038 906 012 M
    Component: 1,9l R4 EDC 0000SG 2813
    Coding: 00002
    Shop #: WSC 00028
    VCID: 1A31CA28866178CE7A7-4A3A

    1 Fault Found:
    17571 - Fuel Temp Sensor (G81)
    P1163 - 35-00 - Open or Short to Plus
    Readiness: N/A

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    Address 03: ABS Brakes Labels: 1C0-907-37x-ABS.lbl
    Part No: 1C0 907 379 C
    Component: ABS FRONT MK60 0103
    Coding: 0001025
    Shop #: WSC 00028 000 00000
    VCID: 2A511AE88601E84EEA7-5072

    No fault code found.

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    Address 08: Auto HVAC Labels:
    Part No: 3B2 907 044 C
    VCID: 2241F2C8AE31300EA27-515A
    2008 Audi A6 2.0 tdi s line avant. BRE engine. 19" le mans alloys, bluetooth, sat nav,full leather
     
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  2. Re: 17571 code 
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    Start by changing/checking the fuel temperature sensor and go from there.

    17571/P1163/004451 - Ross-Tech Wiki

    17571/P1163/004451 - Fuel Temp Sensor (G81): Open or Short to Plus
    Possible Symptoms

    Fuel consumption higher then normal
    Starting the engine is not as easy as normal
    Emission Levels not met

    Possible Causes

    Wiring/Connectors from/to Fuel Temp Sensor (G81) faulty
    Fuel Temp Sensor (G81) faulty

    Possible Solutions

    Check/Repair Wiring/Connectors from/to Fuel Temp Sensor (G81)
    Check/Repair Fuel Temp Sensor (G81)
     
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    Personally, if I had VCDS, I'd check the wiring first:
    Read the fuel temp in measured values (block 07, I think). It'll probably be at -20'C or something since it's an open circuit fault code.
    A quick and dirty wiring test would be to simply short the two pins of the fuel temp sensor connector together (harness side). If the wiring is OK the measured value will change to something higher than the ambient temperature.
    You'll also have a new DTC in memory if the wiring is OK. Your original open/short to B+ will now be intermittent and you'll have a G81 short to ground.

    If the wiring checks out OK, now you can replace the sensor with a degree of confidence that it'll cure the problem.

    Jim.
     
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    These sensors are cheap, easy to change and they do fail
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctle Odd View Post
    These sensors are cheap, easy to change and they do fail
    Maybe, but why replace something that isn't broken? Surely if the sensor is easy to replace, it must be even easier to do the wiring check and know for sure why your replacing it.
    And wouldn't you feel a little better about your investment in VCDS when you get to use it as something more than a code reader?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash2 View Post
    Maybe, but why replace something that isn't broken? Surely if the sensor is easy to replace, it must be even easier to do the wiring check and know for sure why your replacing it.
    And wouldn't you feel a little better about your investment in VCDS when you get to use it as something more than a code reader?

    Jim.
    You can also check the pressure in a bald tyre even though experience tells you it's not fit for purpose
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctle Odd View Post
    You can also check the pressure in a bald tyre even though experience tells you it's not fit for purpose
    Sorry, but I don't get your point.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctle Odd View Post
    These sensors are cheap, easy to change and they do fail
    I have this fault code - please could you tell me where is it located on a Polo 1.9 TDI (100PS) (2005). My local europarts does not seem to have the item, is it direct from VW? thanks
     
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    It will be on a flange near front of engine or side of cylinder head.
    Might be able to give you a part number.
    Which engine code do you have?
    Where are you from?
     
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    Hiya thanks, I 'think' this is the sensor, front left of engine. You can see the Oil filter assembly to the left. It does fit to a fuel pipe. If you have a part number that would be great.

    Engine code is ATD642798, I am in Salisbury.

    Kind Regards Richard
    Fuel Temp Sensor.jpg
     
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