I have both these codes come up and it has to do with the Intake Manifold Runner sensor. What do I need to get this fixed and How do I do a diagnostic on my car? If I can't how much does a diagnostic cost. Please help.
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2006 Audi A4 Quattro Question: P2008 and P2015 Audi Check Engine Codes
TRANSARTNC.COM August 04, 2009, 20:47Technician
Hi. Yes you are right, it is for the intake manifold runner. Both codes mean the same thing. The diagnostic for this problem is not complicated but you would need a special adapter. The only advise I could give you at this point would be to check all the wirings at the side of the throttle body. Make sure no wires are grounding. Visualy inspect the connection on the the sensor itself, it should be located right next to the throttle body. Most likely the sensor or the manifold runner motor is bad. If you cannot figure it out by yourself take it to someone who specializes in Audis the diagnostic price varies but it could range from $50-75 and also it could be free of charge if you fix the car with them.
Replyskip3168, August 07, 2009, 16:34Rookie
i was also told to try disconnecting the neg side of my battery to see if the codes clear as their have been problems with the diagnostic computer system in this model. I did so and the check engine light did in fact go out. It has not returned. So, this could have been the issue.
Answer #2ab123 April 15, 2010, 19:56Rookie
iv got a 3.0L V6 (Cabriolet) that code came up on my mine it ended up being the turbo
that i needed it replacing.So make sure your not losing power or smoke coming from the back.if this sounds what you expericening then it could be the turbo.So just get it down to Audi
hope this help
ReplyVisitor, December 14, 2010, 14:37
3.0L DO NOT HAVE TURBOS
ReplyVisitor, April 02, 2011, 13:35
3.0 v6 cabrio? that thing must be a beast hahahaha