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    Default Audi S6 dtc help pls

    Vehicle scan but does anyone know where this valve is located


    Address 01: Engine
    1 Fault Found

    001632 - IntakeManifoldTuningValve Control Circuit (Bank 1): Elect. Malfunction
    P0660 - 004 - No Signal/Communication
    Freeze Frame
    Fault Status: 01100100
    Fault Priority: 0
    Fault Frequency: 1
    Mileage: 139318 km
    Time Indication: 0
    Date: 2020.02.17
    Time: 15:45:45
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    On the front of the manifold between the motor and radiator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limitlesstuning View Post
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    On the front of the manifold between the motor and radiator.
    What's the one next to vacuum point?
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    so that motor has 2 sets of flaps, one that changes the length of the intake manifold and the other that induces a tumbling charge motion inside the cylinder

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    Trying to do intake flap delete but continually get P0660 dtc
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    witch flaps are you deleting? the ones that change the length of the intake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limitlesstuning View Post
    witch flaps are you deleting? the ones that change the length of the intake?
    The plastic ones which have broke up
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    Can you unplug the electric connector- stop ecu seeing it and wanting it

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    so have you unplugged the motor already?

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    you should remove the intake manifold and gut the plastic flaps, the you keep the motor plugged in, the ecu does not monitor its position, so wont throw dtc that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meat-Head View Post
    Can you unplug the electric connector- stop ecu seeing it and wanting it

    #out of sight, out of mind
    If only it was that easy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limitlesstuning View Post
    you should remove the intake manifold and gut the plastic flaps, the you keep the motor plugged in, the ecu does not monitor its position, so wont throw dtc that way.
    Unless the motor is bad too
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    well in that case you can always do dtc off in one of the med9 ecus, maby even possible to put a resistor in place..

 

 

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