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P0332 = Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor/engine speed (RPM) sensor - no signal.
The sensor monitoring the RPM's of the engine isn't communicating with the vehicle's ECU, (brain). This could explain the difficulty starting the engine.

2009 Volkswagen... | Answered on Mar 07, 2019


TAKE OUT THE BUMPER!!!IT IS EASIER!!!

2009 Volkswagen... | Answered on Mar 18, 2014


This is a 'programed' option. If you look in your owners manual it might tell you how to re-actuate this option....in my car I have to hold the lock button down until the horn goes off, then unlock and when I lock it beeps. If this doesn't help, call the folks at VW and they should be able to assist you. P. Ford

2009 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jan 10, 2013


According to carcarekiosk online there is only one box next to the battery. However, depending on which country the car is sold in, the box may not match the owners manual.
You may need to check with your dealer. Checking all of the fuses would find the blown fuse if that is the case. A wiper motor would normally be running on a 15 amp circuit.
You might want to check the box on the end of the dash to make sure it is not in there.

2009 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jul 04, 2012


Do you still have the mechanical fuel door or the power one? For the power door, check if you hear the actuator trying to open the door. Just outside the fuel door itself you should be able to hear it. If it does not run check the fuses. It may also be due to corroded wires but getting to them is hard via the trims inside. At times the motor may be stuck and you would need to pry it open using a lever like spoon covered with rag to avoid scratches. Put ample force but not to much. Eventually you would need to replace the motor if this is the case. Check also the lever itself. For the mechanical one check the lever for disconnection as well. You would have to connect it back. It is also possible that the door is stuck and you would use the same process in prying the door handle, not to excessive force is needed.

2009 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jun 17, 2011


The sensor is a O2 (oxygen) sensor and is needed for proper fuel mixture. It's best to take the vehicle to a mechanic and have him/her replace or splice the wires back together. It should be an inexpensive repair in general. If you damaged the sensor it may cost you up to $150 just for the sensor (depending on the sensor you choose).
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2009 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jun 29, 2010


It is your service interval indicator - basically meaning oil change coming up. Check owners manual to see how to display days and miles until it is required (cant remember that exactly, think you just hold the odo button while turning on ignition). To reset, hold the odometer button and turn on the ignition, then push the clock minute button and this should reset the indicator.

Volkswagen... | Answered on Mar 21, 2019


1t ck the fluids. Check the heat shields on the exhaust for secureness. Any exhaust leaks or vacuum leaks?

Volkswagen... | Answered on Oct 07, 2017


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Volkswagen... | Answered on Mar 19, 2017

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