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    1. n00b
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      02-09-2019 01:07 AM #1
      I'm having some trouble with my intake flaps. The MIL has been intermittent over the last little bit, but now it's on more than off. I'm getting fault codes of P2004, P2014 and P2271. The P2004 and P2271 have been inconsistent but the P2014 (intake manifold flap position (bank1) electrical malfunction. MIL on-confirmed-tested since memory clear.) seems to be troubling. I won't see the MIL for a day or two, then it will be illuminated for a few days, then off for another day. So on and so forth. I am assuming it is similar to the 2.0T TSI where the fix is a new intake manifold. With that in mind, all I can find online for info about replacement is the 2.0T. 1.8 info is sparse. For those in the know, is there any glaring difference between the 1.8 and 2.0 is terms of the install? Or it is fairly similar? I'll probably de-carb the valves while I have the intake off as well.

      For interest sake, the car has 88,000kms.
      Last edited by CF Williiams; 02-09-2019 at 06:27 PM.

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      02-20-2019 10:17 AM #2
      I didn't check your Codes, but our 2010 2.0L TDI threw a code for the intake manifold and the Dealer solution was an $800 fix with a new manifold. I instead fixed it with a neat little piece of $65 hardware from Diesel Geek at https://www.dieselgeek.com/products/...d-03l-129-711e The repair was a total success.

      The Diesel Geek part won't fit your motor, but you may want to check their site and others to see if someone has a part that may work with your motor.

    4. n00b
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      04-22-2019 04:03 AM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by Fitz Ingarage View Post
      I didn't check your Codes, but our 2010 2.0L TDI threw a code for the intake manifold and the Dealer solution was an $800 fix with a new manifold. I instead fixed it with a neat little piece of $65 hardware from Diesel Geek at https://www.dieselgeek.com/products/...d-03l-129-711e The repair was a total success.

      The Diesel Geek part won't fit your motor, but you may want to check their site and others to see if someone has a part that may work with your motor.
      Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately the Dessel Geeks part will not fit. The fix is a new manifold The local club suggests I do a runner flap delete and a tune but with gas at $172.9/L for 87 octane and rising... That is somewhat out of the question. For now.

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    6. Semi-n00b
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      05-10-2019 03:11 AM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by CF Williiams View Post
      I'm having some trouble with my intake flaps. The MIL has been intermittent over the last little bit, but now it's on more than off. I'm getting fault codes of P2004, P2014 and P2271. The P2004 and P2271 have been inconsistent but the P2014 (intake manifold flap position (bank1) electrical malfunction. MIL on-confirmed-tested since memory clear.) seems to be troubling. I won't see the MIL for a day or two, then it will be illuminated for a few days, then off for another day. So on and so forth. I am assuming it is similar to the 2.0T TSI where the fix is a new intake manifold. With that in mind, all I can find online for info about replacement is the 2.0T. 1.8 info is sparse. For those in the know, is there any glaring difference between the 1.8 and 2.0 is terms of the install? Or it is fairly similar? I'll probably de-carb the valves while I have the intake off as well.

      For interest sake, the car has 88,000kms.
      Im pretty sure that cts turbo makes a intake manifold flap delete kit, i plan on doing this eventually. It shouldn't throw codes, maybe, if i run the flap delete in the future ill let you know how it goes and what my build is at the time.

      https://www.urotuning.com/products/c...SABEgK0MvD_BwE

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