My money is on a connection, check fuses as well. Not sure if they have separate fuses for left and right side but really think its an unplugged connector somewhere. I don't have the manual yet but if you can check the wiring diagrams that may help on locating the issue.
Thought there was a documented issue with slow shifts. Id certainly be wanting a fluid change. Only have 12,000 miles on mine but in another 12,000 going to change fluid.
As for the Triax fluid that is impressive but probably not so much difference between different automatic transmissions. Basic operating principles are the same and don't think the differences are that great so maybe a single fluid will work as they claim. Biggest issues with transmission fluid is high temperatures causing a breakdown of the fluid. G B L I'm curious as to how you are measuring the temperature? Is it thru the OBD port interface? I have the module and the software and might be interesting to look into.
Got the right hand drive conversion installed in the 2015 TC and just discovered the front and rear power window on the right side don't work. The right side power mirror also doesn't work. Checked all the relevant fuses and they are good. Any ideas? The RHD conversion runs under the dash so I'm wondering if a wiring harness got disconnected, but I don't see anything obvious. Its hard to deliver the mail when the window won't go down!
Our 2015 TC seems to stay in 2nd longer than it should, I was thinking that a fluid change may help. Its almost to 99,000 miles. Was talking to the dealer about the slow shift out of second and immediately got the "you've got a 150,000 mile full synthetic fluid..." so I might have to kick and scream to get them to change it.
I see that some people are reporting great mileage. Mileage which is displayed on the vehicle dashboard. I have always used the old fashion method of miles driven, divided by amount of fuel consumed.
No science here. I went from full tank baseline to the next fuel refill. I just decided to use my tablet computer to read the OBD II port to see what the vehicle's computer sees. An Amazon Fire ($35) with Torque Lite (the free version). So I'm reading the same display as what most of you are reading. According to the car's computer, I'm getting great mileage. The last tank was 28.5 MPG. But in the real world, I drove 177.1 miles, which consumed 11.385 gallons of fuel. 15.555 MPG.
You guys can believe what you want. Truth is, some people must be getting the great mileage estimated by the car's computer. Just not me. And apparently, I'm not alone. Others have also reported poor mileage.
Anyone else looking over the fuel purchases and comparing it to the odometer?
Hi there hope someone can help ,,,just bought a 2012 1.8 tdci 90 trend model but the multifunction indicator stalk dosnt work ,,indicators and flash ok,,,should it work as I would like to access trip computer etc ,,hope someone can advise , cheers derek