2006 Volkswagen Jetta TDI injector fault symptoms

Common Symptoms:
When your Jetta’s fuel injector fails, you may experience hard starting, misfires, or an engine that lacks power. The fuel injector may also leak fuel.

Common Misdiagnosis:
Fuel injectors have been falsely replaced when the issue was just a dirty fuel filter, low engine compression, worn out glow plugs, failed fuel supply pump, defective glow plug relay, improper injector pump timing, and/or poor fuel quality.  It is important to have repairs done by a Volkswagen mechanic to get the correct repair.

The following is a list of engine light codes for a bad Volkswagen Jetta TDI fuel injector:
OBD codes related to Fuel Injector Replacement (Diesel)
P020A: Cylinder 1 Injection Timing
P021D: Cylinder 10 Injection Timing
P021E: Cylinder 11 Injection Timing

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