Happy Tuesday everyone. Today we are back talking about failed VW parts. This time we are looking at the failure of the 2.0t TSI Positive Crankcase Vent Valve, or PCV. This is a part that can cause some crazy things to happen. PCV used to be a simple little valve that was replaced at maintenance intervals. Now it is a complex assembly.
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Today’s show is sponsored by Deutsche Auto Parts. They are the VW and Audi parts experts. They have great prices and awesome service. Plus they work really hard on a ton of VW DIY videos. Paul and the boys at DAP are awesome. Check them out! Here are links to the PCV as well as a “how to” on replacing it.
Join me today as we look at:
- What the 2.0t PCV does, and needs to do
- How the 2.0t PCV can fail
- Signs on 2.0t PCV failure
- Diagnosing 2.0t PCV failure
- Common miles and age of 2.0t PCV failure
- DIY or No DIY
- Related part to replace
- and more
Having trouble watching? See “How The VW 2.0t TSI PCV Valve Fails~ Video” on YouTube.
As always, your questions and comments are welcome. Please post them below. If you would like to suggest a part of a show like this, email me Charles(at)HumbleMechanic(dot)com. Also thanks to VW for hooking up some sweat VW Driver Gear. And Thanks again to Deutsche Auto Parts for being such a great sponsor.
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