Hi everyone, I had a HPFP failure on my 2011 Jetta TDI. The car has about 204,000km Bought a used fuel system from a rear-ended 2009 Jetta TDI and put it into my 2011 Jetta TDI All the parts were identical, except the fuel filter had a bit of a different design but same exact fitting.. Did the injector adaption and primed the fuel system with my Delphi Scanner.. I could hear both pumps running (the aux pump and the interior one..) First day after repairs, the car would't start.. It cranked healthy but no start. Second day, the car started from a second try of cranking and ran for about 5 seconds and then died. Car sounded great for that period of time. Now it still cranks healthy but no start... No check engine The only light I have ON is the yellow steering wheel on the dash that stays ON.. it was something about steering wheel sensor but that I believe could be related to my battery because the car was parked for about 3 months waiting for the parts and the battery died. I did charge it overnight before I started it for the first time. The parts I replaced: 1) HPFP 2) 4 injectors 3) all the metal fuel lines 4) some rubber fuel lines 5) fuel rail 5) aux pump 6) fuel filter housing 7) new fuel filter I haven't replaced the fuel lines from underneath the car and the interior fuel pump but I did wash them with hot soapy water and blew it with air compressor Did this procedure for about 6-7 times for each line and pump. What could be the issue? Does the car needs some sort of a hard reset or something? Could it be the difference in years of the car (2009 vs 2011) causing the issue? it did start though for about 5 seconds and it worked great.. Please help!!