your Alternator is going, you are running off your battery only. like
you said, your battery will die if you use all your accessories. try to
limit your accessory use so that you can last a little longer on your
battery life, but you will have to replace your alternator as soon as
possible. if you don't know how to replace it yourself, have a pro to
do it for you.
ACC meaning like your stereo, heater blower, head lights/high beams,
heating seats if any ... anything that drains your power faster.
My repair manual says, you have to remove one of the belts and for
that the Front end has to be moved into 'Service position'.
No matter if it's the 4 or 6 cylinder engine, both for Petrol and
Diesel (you didn't say what your engine is).
I have no idea if there's a 'not by the book' method to change the
Alternator from below.
rpm. The mechanic
told me since he disconnected the battery the onboard computer is not
sync and needs to be brought to a dealer to clear the throttle speed
memory. He have an instrument that shows the error code, it shows
P1545. However, he have no way of fixing the error as he is limited
to such tools and advice me to bring it to a dealer. Is there a way
to clear the code on my own?
"TonyJ" <"tonyjnospam at nospam visi.com"> wrote in message
Not much choice I brought it to the dealer and have them run TBA.
Damage was $123.00, Arghh!! It seems to make sense to invest in
VAG-COM, I believe it can do the deed according to what I've read in
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