If you have questions ask first. Fixed and Touareg functioning normally. Remove sump, clean oil pickup. Second dealer says very slow leak only after putting 30psi in to even get it to seep. A guy named Ray Martinez put together a video clip for his fix: He grinds a groove in the ball of the ball-and-socket joint, and inserts an E-ring snap-ring into it to keep the plastic linkage from getting cocked, and binding.
I had no light on but the fault was recorded. They go between the intake manifold bridge and housing. We are just about to sell our 2008 Touareg 3. There is a bigger problem and the manifold is a part that need to be replaced or reconditioned. I noticed that the new part has very small raised sections withing the small slot where the ball joint pushes onto the shaft?? It is indeed a very easy job; where are you in Suffolk? Here are my mediocre pictures that I took on the fly. Anyhow, 10 minutes on bank 2 and only 2 minutes on bank 1 just replacing the rod didn't fancy getting the clip back on bank 1 and my eyesight has been saved, i think it'll be a few weeks before i finally lose the yellow blur in the back of my eye sockets but i now have closure thanks to a great thread and some top quality information.
If the torx you bought is M6 and goes into the thread all the way down without any excessive torque so they are not too long to bottom out then you are good to go. Hey all, Ive today done the passenger side. However head type is not important in this case - nothing to obstruct. It looks like a big job to get to! That said the whole assembly could have been but that would definitely be in service records as the cost would have been £hundreds Bank 2 on the right as you look at the engine, bank 1 on the left closer to the middle. Is there a visual difference? It breaks that ball joint connected to manifold motor. I can't even begin to imagine how many unsuspecting Audi owners have just paid the money to have two new manifolds, the only fix the Ste4lers will offer??? One step forward, two steps back! I have asked them for advice on fitting the new connector and not the actual arm as not sure what to remove lol View the areas in red boxes.
I fitted the repair kit to my q7, was able to do the right looking into engine bay one with manifold in situ, taking the motor off to get down there. I put new gaskets in, you dont have to if you don't want to I am told. Does it just pull right out? Dave I just have to say, i freaking love you all. We will either seek to rectify the issue via and exchange or full refund with return postage at our cost if we are at fault. Returns If you are unsatisied with your purchase for any reason you can open a return request within eBay, which will guide you through the process.
Issue has not returned for past 1,500 km. Crack in Bank 1 converter along mounting flange. Now it seems the problem come back again. And am I right in thinking that I can just purchase these bits for a few pounds from Audi and it will remove the problem? Here is a YouTube video of the install. Part Number: 145 54033 069. I really think he is onto something. The view of the right bank 2.
Further diagnostics required with visits to dealer-in process of final repair. Dealer found code for AdBlue system but could find no problem. As taken from my how to bleed high pressure lines after replacing intake manifold on another site, poster replaced intake manifold to remedy P2015. Unrelated to throttle or gear. Heeed, you didn't state the year of your car, or if estate or saloon, the former has an issue with the rear wiper, which should have been fixed.
If the item has been ordered in error, or the item is no longer needed and fault free, then the purchaser will be liable for paying the return postage label supplied by eBay. Thanks Have you exercised the bar up and down ensuring there's no crud at the bottom one I had mine changed completely on bank 2 and am intermittantly getting the fault: 004120 - Intake Manifold Runner Bank 2 P1018 - 001 - Lower limit not reached I then move it up and down a few times and it disappears, I think I was advised that tolerances are pretty exacting but the fact it's intermmitent tend me to think the fault doesn't actually there. Hope this helps someone, I just hope it has cleared the problem properly, fingers crossed! Flat bed towed to repair shop. When someone knows for sure the swirl flaps need to come off, I will add these parts to the repair option on the fix thread and write a quick text about fitting the new levers. Just fitted the full manifold and servo Airshox option 3 and I'm delighted with the whole process. I have just received the kit and it comes with a new and improved lever and also a new fitting if the ones on the car are worn also.
The ones I need are a hex head. Many many thanks for this thread! Diagnostics not showing anything, my Mechanic couldn't detect problem. Bank 2, just replaced the arm itself as a first stab, took probably about two minutes from bonnet open to closed with a chunky screwdriver to ping the old arm off, and fit a new arm. It's very likely that Audi will come back telling you the kit won't help. The guy sounds genuine, looks like he knows his stuff, he says they are a company dealing with these issues. Just no way of knowing from just looking at the pictures, as clear as they are if there is room.
Module 7P6-919-088-B and Washer 8E0-919-133-B were also replaced. Applied a small amount of grease to the new link arm sockets and clipped on. Just did it tonight, and the light is off so far. A bit of bedding in and they have been no problem. When it comes to your Volkswagen Touareg, you want parts and products from only trusted brands. Don't know if there is room to remove the clips and extract these levers from the swirl flap housing with the swirl flaps fitted. The currently selected is for the Volkswagen makes.
The gears were worn inside. Hello Lowyo, i think you solved the mystery!! Bank one cat fried and needed new combi valve leaking. . Pulled the motor off and tried your trick of installing a snap ring. While the initial design worked well in most cases, a few of us had difficulty installing the bracket, and Dieselgeek used customer feedback to revise the design, which is even more robust.