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Diagnostic Fault Codes DTCs

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Re: Diagnostic Fault Codes DTCs

Postby liamwoods1989 » Thu Jan 05, 2017 12:57 am

[quote="liamwoods1989"][quote="nedforceone"]P2226 barometric pressure circuit
P0089 fuel pressure relief valve (prv)

You have most probably got a blown prv, search prv and scv it is very comon on mk7's to have to replace the scv and prv and have pump n pilot learns done. N[/quote]
Ok thank you mate will look now :)


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I was just looking I had the light come on a few weeks back and Busseys had it in and put a new scv valve on and I seemed to have sorted the problem. Since then I have had it remapped and in since then the light has come back on. When looking at then valves it stats what horse power the van is mine being 100 horse but mapped to 140. Would this affect that part ? Do I need a valve for 140 horse power now or is it not that simple cherrs


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Re: Diagnostic Fault Codes DTCs

Postby nedforceone » Thu Jan 05, 2017 12:58 am

[quote="liamwoods1989"][quote="nedforceone"]P2226 barometric pressure circuit
P0089 fuel pressure relief valve (prv)

You have most probably got a blown prv, search prv and scv it is very comon on mk7's to have to replace the scv and prv and have pump n pilot learns done. N[/quote]
Ok thank you mate will look now :)


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This might help. N
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Re: Diagnostic Fault Codes DTCs

Postby nedforceone » Thu Jan 05, 2017 1:04 am

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I was just looking I had the light come on a few weeks back and Busseys had it in and put a new scv valve on and I seemed to have sorted the problem. Since then I have had it remapped and in since then the light has come back on. When looking at then valves it stats what horse power the van is mine being 100 horse but mapped to 140. Would this affect that part ? Do I need a valve for 140 horse power now or is it not that simple cherrs


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Er don't know best start a new post in mk6/7 third generation then the clever buggers can assist you more then I can. N
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Re: Diagnostic Fault Codes DTCs

Postby liamwoods1989 » Thu Jan 05, 2017 1:05 am

[quote="nedforceone"][quote="liamwoods1989"
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I was just looking I had the light come on a few weeks back and Busseys had it in and put a new scv valve on and I seemed to have sorted the problem. Since then I have had it remapped and in since then the light has come back on. When looking at then valves it stats what horse power the van is mine being 100 horse but mapped to 140. Would this affect that part ? Do I need a valve for 140 horse power now or is it not that simple cherrs


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Er don't know best start a new post in mk6/7 third generation then the clever buggers can assist you more then I can. N[/quote] ok mate thanks for the help that last link is helpful though :)


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