Podcast Episode 20 How VW 2.0t TSI Intake Manifolds Fail
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Today we are continuing the Tuesday episodes where we look at a failed VW or Audi part. This is like the podcast and Shop Shots piled into one. The response to last weeks show about failed VW 2.0t water pumps was awesome. I am thrilled that you guys like these shows. So be sure to remember that Tuesdays are failed part analysis days.
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How VW 2.0t TSI Intake Manifolds Fail
Today we are looking at the intake manifold for the CCTA 2.0T engine. This is a rather common repair that we do at the dealer. It fails in a few ways. There is also a warranty extension on SOME of the 2.0t engines for the intake manifold. Be sure to contact your local dealer to see if your VW qualifies.
We look closer at the 2.0t intake manifold
- How it fails
- Faults that may show intake manifold failure
- Drive-ability issues with a failed intake manifold
- How it fails
- Intake manifold runner sticks
- Intake manifold solenoid fails
- Connecting rod for runner breaks
- Sensor fails
- Ways to test the intake manifold
- Replacing intake manifold
- Other repairs to consider with intake manifold removed
- Injector seals
- Carbon cleaning
- DIY replacing 2.0t VW intake manifold
- And more…
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