2022 VW ID.3 Tour Pro S & 2022 Skoda Superb iV L&K
Got this today, any advice?
It could quite easily just be a communication error between modules. Nothing harmful, but annoying. Granted this should still not occur, but nearly every car I've ever had a tester on has shown up some form of communication error registered at some point, unbeknown to the owner.Sorting itself out is never a solution. Unless you know what triggers a problem like heat, charging rate, driving style etc you cannot really have peace of mind by not doing anything. Just keep pushing VW to acknowledge the issue publicly and share the fix with all dealers.
If you search VW and onto forums for this error, you can find so many owners have reported this around 3000 to 4000 miles.It could quite easily just be a communication error between modules. Nothing harmful, but annoying. Granted, this should still not occur, but nearly every car I've ever had a tester on has shown up some form of communication error registered at some point, unbeknown to the owner.
It's worth noting - (when I described the errors), VW's response was one of don't drive the car and get it to a dealer (this fault was new to them at the time - apparently), then next they didn't believe it/me - as it wasn't in the logs - so had to print off the pictures to prove it ... my advise would still be - keep a log of what was going on, events, duration of driving, any specific circumstances and take pictures every-time ! ... only then did they start to take me seriously ...I'll take your word for that, but if it's so common then it's probably like VW say and nothing serious to worry about.
In fairness, your ID.3 was rubbish, but that doesn’t mean all of them are.there is a big difference between "never break down" and spent most days in the garage. ID3 is rubbish, thank God I got my money back