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      10-12-2012, 10:55 AM   #1
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code: 2EE6

- Started car (cold start) last night, the fan started blowing full blast. wth...
- Checked for codes on the COBB AP. Found this:

2EE6
Coolant Temperature Sensor,
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- I cleared the code, turned off the car, reset ecu, turned it back on, no issues. Drove a few miles, didn't pop up again.

This has happened twice so far recently (both on cold starts). I searched the forums for any info, but couldn't come up with any relevant information (only 2EE0 pertraining to Procede users).

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Let me guess: the Coolant Temp Sensor is made by Bosch... Extremely common issue with VAG products.
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Procede users are getting the 2EE3 code not 2EE0 code FYI
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Procede users are getting the 2EE3 code not 2EE0 code FYI
Only a few Procede users have ever gotten that. And only if they run too high of a wastegate position setting. Something to do with a too high of a current draw through the cooling system circuit. Each one of those boost control solenoids draw over 1amp!
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Only a few Procede users have ever gotten that. And only if they run too high of a wastegate position setting. Something to do with a too high of a current draw through the cooling system circuit. Each one of those boost control solenoids draw over 1amp!
Yeah I know I was just correcting OP on the code that some people get...Since I up my wastegates to 70% I have been clear of that unusual code and the high fan kicking on..
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Only a few Procede users have ever gotten that. And only if they run too high of a wastegate position setting. Something to do with a too high of a current draw through the cooling system circuit. Each one of those boost control solenoids draw over 1amp!
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Yeah I know I was just correcting OP on the code that some people get...Since I up my wastegates to 70% I have been clear of that unusual code and the high fan kicking on..
Sorry for the misinformation, and yes, from the very few amount of threads I found here it was probably only like 5 people whoever ran into the problem. Luckily for them it was only such a small adjustment that was needed to fix the issue.

In any case, I'm running COBB so I was wondering if there were anyone else who ran into this problem.
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      10-14-2012, 10:37 PM   #7
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Do you guys think 2EE6 is related to a failing water pump?
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