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post #1 of 3 Old 1st July 2019, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
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frustrating vanos problem.

I have resoldered my driver side and put fresh o-rings on my vanos board then put it back in and its still idling hard then cutting off. I just pulled the codes I have
p1526
p0021
p1344
p1352
p1354
p1356
p0316
p0313.
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post #2 of 3 Old 2nd July 2019, 04:32 AM
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Did you test it with a battery? Did you test the diode? Do you have experience soldering? Take a picture even if you just pull the cover and take a closeup in the car.
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I had P0014 and P0024 (Exhaust Camshafts Over Advanced). I cleaned the solenoids with brake cleaner and tested the with a battery. I also re-soldered all the joints. I put the assemblies back in and codes came back after the second start. Frustrating!

After that, I drove the car like I stole it for 2 days. Those codes never came back. Looks like the solenoids need to be primed and fill up with oil.


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