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9 hours ago, ekstroemtj said:

So you want to tell me this battery is toast again? 

 

Yes 12volts is either very flat battery or its toast. 

Read this from the Touareg forum, they say if not battery voltage its the kessy unit and/or door handles faulty conflicting with the the shifter selector to give "move selector to P position" dash warning.!!!!!!

http://www.clubtouareg.com/forums/f43/move-selector-lever-to-position-p-19031-5.html

 

I also know the kessy antennas and door handle sensors can drain batteries when faulty. Maybe all related problems Thomas?

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Guys ! Thank you. Lots of interesting information.

looks like i have to check the situation under the car like bigbuzuki explained. 

Lewis the battery situation i will check at evening. I will messure at the jumper points and see what the reading is after one day sitting. 

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Today i had time to continue to work on this. Have now 2 fully charged batteries inside.  Still the same. Message on the display and the missing click clack when you put in the key and take out the key from ignition. 

 

The click clack is only working without the green circuit board. Strange

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Its not a matter of low voltage. I have 2 new batteries. Driving arround without problems but:

the "P"  problem still excists.

no illumination on the shifter for selected gear.

according some forum members i need to check the wiring under passenger carpet for broken or bad wires. 

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There is also a micro switch on the shifter assembly that senses when the shift lever is not in Park position.

It too can cause the message to display and prevent the key being removed when engine off.

Part number is 955-613-043-00

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On 1.11.2016 at 11:05 AM, bigbuzuki said:

There is also a micro switch on the shifter assembly that senses when the shift lever is not in Park position.

It too can cause the message to display and prevent the key being removed when engine off.

Part number is 955-613-043-00

IMG_0027.PNG

 

 

 

I have changed the cable but unfortunately didnt change the problem.  :-(

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