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Volkswagen Jetta, Golf, GTI: 1999-2005, R32: 2004 (A4) P0351,P0352,P0353,P354


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scaferr

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P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Sep 11, 2008 5:26 PM
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What other problems could cause the codes P0351,P0352,P0353,P354 on a 03 Jetta(2.0 Liters)? I already replaced the ignition coil, which it was also cracked on 2 terminals, but I still get those codes. Any suggestions? Thank you for helping.

Edited by: RickW on Jul 13, 2010 9:42 AM
Vdubbya

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Sep 19, 2008 5:28 AM   in response to: scaferr in response to: scaferr
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Did you clear the codes down after you fitted the coil? If not, do it, drive it and check again.

The codes all refer to the ignition coil

http://www.bentleypublishers.com/tech/vw/vw.dtc.table.htm

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scaferr

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Sep 20, 2008 5:28 PM   in response to: scaferr in response to: scaferr
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Thank you for replying my question. Yes, I cleared the codes and they(P0351,P0352,P0353,P0354) didn't come back on and the CEL was off for a while(about 100 miles). Today the CEL came back on. I put the VAG on it and I got the codes P1355,P1361,P1358 and P1364 all related to Ignition circuit.
P1355 Cyl.1 ignition circuit - Open circuit
P1358 Cyl.2 ignition circuit - Open circuit
P1361 Cyl.3 ignition circuit - Open circuit
P1364 Cyl.4 ignition circuit - Open circuit

any suggestions are really appreciated.
Thank you again Scaferr.
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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Sep 22, 2008 4:08 AM   in response to: scaferr in response to: scaferr
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Are you aware of a momentary lack of power or a misfire prior to the 'light on' ? Something is happening to the secondary HT on all four cylinders. How old are the spark plugs?
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scaferr

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Sep 22, 2008 6:10 PM   in response to: Vdubbya in response to: Vdubbya
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The spark plugs and cables were replaced together with the ignition coil(about 10000 miles ago). Before that, I had also the code for misfire on cylinders 1 and 3 and seen to be solved by replacing the plugs and cables. Even though I had those codes for misfire before, the car never lost power to the point that I could feel any difference in the way that the engine was working.
I put the vag on the car again this last Saturday and got the same codes. After I disconnected the computer(with out erasing the codes) the checking engine light went off and so far I have driven about 85 miles with the car and it hasn't come back on yet. Once I connect the computer back on it and read the codes I will inform you what I have. Could it be a problem with the harness? Thank you for your help. Scaferr
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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Oct 3, 2008 9:52 PM   in response to: scaferr in response to: scaferr
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Just found a Tech Bulletin that discusses possible ground
problems causing the codes you listed:

P1355 Cyl.1 ignition circuit - Open circuit
P1358 Cyl.2 ignition circuit - Open circuit
P1361 Cyl.3 ignition circuit - Open circuit
P1364 Cyl.4 ignition circuit - Open circuit

E-mail me at: fkh161 @
scaferr

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Oct 13, 2008 1:41 PM   in response to: FKH161 in response to: FKH161
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Thank you very much for your help. The Tech bulletin that you sent to me helped me solving the problem. It was a faulty ground problem. I certainly appreciate your help.
jettamine

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Oct 17, 2008 6:55 PM   in response to: scaferr in response to: scaferr
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P0420, My 2002 JETTA VR6 keeps throwing this code. I've had the techs at the dealership I work at pull the code for me, but when I call the local VW dealer they told me to look on-line.i know what it stands for, but not what specific part needs replacing. Has anyone dealt with this problem and how did you fix it!?
scaferr

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Re: P0420
Posted: Oct 23, 2008 1:59 AM   in response to: jettamine in response to: jettamine
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I had the same code on a 2003 Jetta with a 2.0L engine and it turned out to be the catalytic converter. Once I replaced it, I got rid of the code and solved the problem.
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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Dec 10, 2008 11:55 AM   in response to: FKH161 in response to: FKH161
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Can you send the bulletin to me also please:
j_edrington @ yahoo.com
FKH161

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Dec 10, 2008 7:33 PM   in response to: Jimmiee in response to: Jimmiee
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I'll send it in a couple of hours when I get home.
Ray Davis

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Feb 14, 2009 11:39 AM   in response to: FKH161 in response to: FKH161
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I really need to see this tech bulletin, can you send me there please?
VCDS codes:
01166
00300
00293
01045
01331
01332
00928
FKH161

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Feb 14, 2009 7:56 PM   in response to: Ray Davis in response to: Ray Davis
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Those are not OBDII codes and none apply to the ignition
system as in this thread.

I assume you do not have a full version (bought license) of
VCDS and thus are only given codes with no descriptions.

example:

01331 = issue with: Door control module driver's side -J386-
00928 = Locking unit for driver's side Central Locks -F220-

If I'm wrong, sorry.
23BUS

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Feb 16, 2009 8:17 AM   in response to: FKH161 in response to: FKH161
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CAN I GET A COPY OF THE BULLETIN FOR CODES P0351
PO353 P0354 PO352 PO303 PO301
23BUS

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Feb 17, 2009 4:46 PM   in response to: 23BUS in response to: 23BUS
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CAN SOMEONE HELP I NEED TECH BULLETIN FOR 2002 GOLF FOR COIL GOUND FOR THE CODES PO351 PO353 PO354 PO352

MY EMAIL IS MCHENEY@BOWNET.ORG
FKH161

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Feb 17, 2009 4:52 PM   in response to: 23BUS in response to: 23BUS
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Sorry, I kept forgetting... pdf is attached. I will e-mail
it to you as well.

Note, this is for P1355, P1358 ,P1361, p1364
Ray Davis

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Mar 1, 2009 9:00 AM   in response to: FKH161 in response to: FKH161
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Yes, I have a full VCDS I only posted codes as a quick reference, I only am worried about codes:
01166- Engine Torque signal
16-10- Signal outside specification- Intermittent
00300- Transmission Fluid Temp. sensor (G93)
30-10- Open or short to plus- intermittent
00293- Multifunction switch (F125)
25-10- Unknown Switch condition- Intermittent
01045- Tiptronic Switch (F189)
2710 Implausible signal- Intermittent

I believe that those are the causes for transmission not to shift, everytime I start the car and drive like normal, but when the engine temprerature reach 195 degree Farhenight, transmission lose power and stops shifting into gears.
Could anyone know what it is?
Jimmiee

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354
Posted: Apr 29, 2009 1:09 PM   in response to: FKH161 in response to: FKH161
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The technical bulletin (grounding the coil circuits directly under the battery) fixed my P0351/2/3/4 problem. Hooray. I was unable to remove the connector pin from the cable, so I just cut the wire and soldered the ground wire to the existing ground wire at the connector. But the codes have been gone for a month now.

Now I'm left with the dreaded "temperature management" error. replacing the temp sensor did not work. Is a thermostat the next step.
Jimmiee

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354...now have P0420.
Posted: Aug 17, 2009 11:27 AM   in response to: Jimmiee in response to: Jimmiee
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"Temperature management" code has been fixed also. It required a new thermostat.

These VW's are sure code-happy!

Now I have a P0420 (cat performance) code. Is this an O2 sensor or the cat?
FKH161

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Re: P0351,P0352,P0353,P354...now have P0420.
Posted: Aug 17, 2009 3:27 PM   in response to: Jimmiee in response to: Jimmiee
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Attachment BrokenCat.jpg (56.0 KB)
Start a new thread, rather than piggy-back this one.

Best thing to do is remove O2s and have a look at the inside
of the cat with a borescope... see attached image (bad cat
with no rattle/noise. Rear O2 was following front O2 output).

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