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I have a 2006 Jeta Gas Value Edition with a busted Fuel Gauge, tried everything and it seems to be some sort of short so the gauge will not move when you turn the key, also the Outside temp is wrong I changed the sensor and that would not fix it.. Part number is 1K0920952C.

I have bought 2 different clusters, one I messed up trying to remove the actual gauge and the other one I cannot read the immo code and the immo light will not turn on when plugged in and Vag Commander will not read the immo code.

I found a couple of 1K0920953H (non MFA) on ebay at a good price but am hesitant if they will work any thoughts? I also found 1K0920951CXZ02 (non MFA) and 1K0920971CXZ05 (MFA+), would any of these work?

What I have noticed is that when I plug in another cluster the fuel gauge does rise and the outside temp is accurate, so I am 100% sure my original cluster (1K0920952C) is the one with the problem.

Any other cluster PN recomendation you might have woould be more than appreciated. I have Vag Commander 5.1 and Vag-Com 704, again any help would be very appreciated.

Thanks!
 

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Problem is the immo coding, and like I mentioned I have one but the immo light does not even turn on, so I am not sure if it even has the immo. Also like I said I have Vag Commander and Vag Com nothing else
 

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Sorry to bring up this old tread, but just wondering did you ever get this to work? I was able to use VAG commander 3.0 to read the 134 bytes of immo data on my jetta.
 
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