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Thread: vac com scanner

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    3rd Gear steve113's Avatar
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    vac com scanner

    any one got a vag com scanner i could use to reline my throttle body as i was told i could remove and clean with having not to reline due to mine being the 1.8t AGU engine with throttle cable
    But since doing it when i come to a stop and press clutch pedal down it revs between 1,300 to 1,500 then slowly drops to 800 rpm its doing my head in and using more fuel i have run car now for 50+ miles to see if it will reline like i have read but no joy yet

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    Re: vac com scanner

    have a chat with Kieth


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    Golf mk4 tdi 130 mickstoke's Avatar
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    Re: vac com scanner

    give old no7 a pm dude

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    Re: vac com scanner

    mine does this vagcom came back clear, it sometimes behaves, i have been told its the maf

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    Re: vac com scanner

    Quote Originally Posted by James Copestake View Post
    mine does this vagcom came back clear, it sometimes behaves, i have been told its the maf
    Its its the MAF senor it should show an error code I would have thought.

    What year is your car Steve?

    Send me a PM Steve where you live.
    2010 Golf GTD (170) CBBB, 5 Door, Shadow Blue (P6/D5Q), Flat Tyre Indicator, Basic Protection Pack + VCDS.

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    Re: vac com scanner

    The MAF may well be faulty but not log a DTC due to it reading anywhere between 0 and 5 volts. The best thing is to is check the adaptive fuel trim values and see if it is with in spec if not change MAF sensor. Hope this helps abit.

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