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Volkswagen is a German automobile producer from Wolfsburg, Germany, holding the title of the largest German automaker and the third global manufacturer. They pride their brand with a blending of functionality and simplicity. Volkswagen has three cars in the top 10 list of best-selling cars of all time and still has the most vehicles out of any manufacturer that are still being produced today. They rank third in allocating the most dollars in the industry on research and development for their automobiles. Your VW’s air flow sensor is an electrical part that measures the air coming into your engine. In this process, the air flow sensor checks the airflow for the proper air-to-gas ratio. The data acquired by your Volkswagen's air flow sensor is sent to the engine control unit (ECU) of your vehicle. Your VW’s computer uses the data to equalize and carry the correct ratio to your engine. If your air flow sensor becomes damaged or faulty, you will observe a marked decline in your Volkswagen’s performance. You may have issues starting it or it will stall while driving. You will need to diagnose the issue first to make sure it is the air flow sensor, specifically. The first thing you need to check is your Volkswagen ‘s air flow sensor for debris, dust, or grime. Make sure the sensor does not have any contaminants on the sensor wires. Rotate the dial on your voltmeter to "ohms" and read the resistance between terminals THA and E2. If you have questions about Volkswagen’s air intake parts or components, the FCP Euro team and website are always accessible for any support.
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You will need your Volkswagen service manual to find the precise position of the correct terminals. Contact one lead on the voltmeter to the THA terminal on your air flow sensor, then the contact the other lead to the E2 terminal on the sensor. This information should be at or near zero, but a difference of +/- ".05" is suitable. If the opposition is above of this range, your air flow sensor has to be replaced. Next set the dial on your voltmeter to "volts” and touch the positive lead to the VG terminal. After that, touch the negative lead on your voltmeter to the E2G terminal and examine the data on your voltmeter. It should show zero volts. FCP Euro's intellectual and able call center staff is on hand and ready to answer any questions you have or support you may need. If you are uneasy about which air intake part or component is obligatory for your Volkswagen, FCP has a generous line up for the Volkswagen brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.