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    1. 11-08-2019 04:07 PM #1
      Hey guys! Your suggestions would be appreciated.

      I've been dealing with my car going into limp mode for about a week and I can turn on the car but I have to hit the gas to allow it to turn on. When the car is warmed up I can drive it without going into limp mode. (about a distance of 4 miles) After that, it begins giving me a hard time. This is the code that I keep getting and I don't know what to do at this point.



      Chassis Type: 9M - VW Jetta IV
      Scan: 01,02,03,08,09,15,16,17,19,22,29,35,36,37,39,46,47 ,55,56,57,75,76
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      Address 02: Auto Trans Labels: 02E-300-0xx.LBL
      Controller: 02E 300 050 J
      Component: GSG DSG 082 1413
      Coding: 0000020
      Shop #: WSC 04940
      VCID: 19454E679081
      1 Fault Found:
      17150 - Shift Solenoid 4 (N91): Open or Short to Ground
      P0766 - 000 - -

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      11-08-2019 04:29 PM #2
      Ima go out on a limb and say to check you ground wiring. My mk4 had ABS, AirBag, and Brake codes. I corrected 2 bad grounds and all cleared out.


      https://www.obd-codes.com/p0776
      Quote Originally Posted by Anony00GT View Post
      Who's the idiot that deleted the EVAP solenoid?

    4. 11-08-2019 04:36 PM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by Brake Weight View Post
      Ima go out on a limb and say to check you ground wiring. My mk4 had ABS, AirBag, and Brake codes. I corrected 2 bad grounds and all cleared out.


      https://www.obd-codes.com/p0776


      I have been told that it is most likely an electrical issue. Where would I start though?

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      11-08-2019 04:39 PM #4
      Not sure about yours, but mine has 3 body grounds under the battery tray. I removed the tray and the 3 grounds. Cleaned them and applied some dielectric lube and put them back on. Cleared codes and was good to go.
      Quote Originally Posted by Anony00GT View Post
      Who's the idiot that deleted the EVAP solenoid?

    7. 11-08-2019 04:46 PM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by Brake Weight View Post
      Not sure about yours, but mine has 3 body grounds under the battery tray. I removed the tray and the 3 grounds. Cleaned them and applied some dielectric lube and put them back on. Cleared codes and was good to go.

      Will def check it out. Thanks. I found this on the Ross-Tech site so electrical is something that might solve the problem.



      Possible Solutions

      Check/Repair Wiring/Connectors from/to Solenoid Valve 4 (N91)
      Check/Replace Solenoid Valve 4 (N91)
      See Measuring Value Blocks (MVB)
      Perform Output Test

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      11-08-2019 07:05 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by Bobby718 View Post
      Will def check it out. Thanks. I found this on the Ross-Tech site so electrical is something that might solve the problem.



      Possible Solutions

      Check/Repair Wiring/Connectors from/to Solenoid Valve 4 (N91)
      Check/Replace Solenoid Valve 4 (N91)
      See Measuring Value Blocks (MVB)
      Perform Output Test
      Yep. Could be that simple.
      Quote Originally Posted by Anony00GT View Post
      Who's the idiot that deleted the EVAP solenoid?

    9. 11-10-2019 04:25 PM #7
      Update: I was looking at all of the hoses and there is one just hanging not connected to anything. Also, there is a wire that has melted. I had some work done not too long ago due to a coolant leak. I'm wondering if during that process of replacing the hose they screwed something up.

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