I have a 1998 cabrio. The engines light came on. I tried seafoam n cleaning the gascap. The light went off for about 5 days, then came back on. I put it on a computer n it waif I need an o2sensor n a code p1582, which I believe is the mass-air flow sensor? Any help?

Asked by Jun 12, 2014 at 10:19 AM about the 1998 Volkswagen Cabrio 2 Dr GL Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Codes p1582 and po134 and po135 came up? O2sesor-staying shirt circuit and p1582
stated fuel pressure/intake system/air -fuel ratio? The car runs fine, but fan anybody
offer advise? Or, point ne in right direction?  Thank u.

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With a 1998 model, you wanna go ahead and replace that O2 sensor ASAP anyways. If you have a locking gas cap (aftermarket), that can cause air leakage into the tank and may trigger a code. Other than that, get a good analysis done and go from there.

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My 1582 code came fro the throttle body. After I cleaned it, I had to have it reset with vagcom..

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