when driving my 2016 passat 1.8T, when brakes applied the enging hybernates and it take several seconds to respond again, why
when driving my 2016 Passat 1.8T, when brakes applied the engine hibernates and it take several seconds to respond again, why
I am a two-feet driver, left on the brakes and right for the accelerator.
While driving, city or hwy., if I apply the brakes while also applying the accelerator the engine stops giving power. When i take my foot off of the brake pedal, it takes up to 2 seconds for the engine to respond, why
The car is not designed for two footed driving, this was a minor problem back in the 80's with some makes, it was confusing the computer system when it saw a brake signal as well as a throttle signal at the same time, the cure was only using one foot for fuel and brake. So I'm sure is now happening. I use to do the same thing that your doing so I had to train myself not to do it that way.
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