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    So, I took the van for a drive today, and before taking off checked faults/readiness. Still had the pending P0411 and all ready monitors set, no CEL. When I returned, checked faults (engine still running) and P1582 came back, but still no CEL. Ran the Autoscan, no faults showing but for some reason the ready monitors indicated some not set. Shut the engine off, restarted with CEL now on. Rechecked faults P0411 & P1582 both showing as intermittent.

    Code:
    VCDS-Lite Version: Release 1.2
    Wednesday, 13 February 2019, 10:50:48:41375
    Chassis Type: 70 - VW Transporter
    Scan: 01,02,03,08,15,22,25
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    Address 01: Engine       Labels: 021-906-259-AES.LBL
       Controller: 021 906 259 P
       Component: MOTRONIC M5.9    AT V03
       Coding: 00001
       Shop #: WSC 00000
       VCID: 2237C814BDD7
    No fault code found.
    Readiness: 1010 0101
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    Address 02: Auto Trans       Labels: 01P-927-733.LBL
       Controller: 01P 927 733 BC
       Component: AG4 Getriebe 01P    4478
       Coding: 00000
       Shop #: WSC 00000
       VCID: 759DC3485CD9
    No fault code found.
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    Address 03: ABS Brakes       Labels: 8E0-614-111-EDS.LBL
       Controller: 7D0 614 111 B
       Component: ABS/EDS 5.3         D00
       Coding: 0273004211  
       Shop #: BB 24258
       VCID: 1B49F5F09ABD
    No fault code found.
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    Address 08: Auto HVAC       Labels: None
       Controller: 7D0 907 040 
       Component: CLIMATRONIC T4     E3.4 
       Coding: 00032
       Shop #: WSC 02760
       VCID: DFB101E04E25
    No fault code found.
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    Address 15: Airbags       Labels: 1J0-909-60x-VW3.LBL
       Controller: 1J0 909 603 AJ
       Component: AIRBAG VW3 -        V04
       Coding: 16714
       Shop #: WSC 02760
       VCID: 7195F75828B1
    1 Fault Found:
    00532 -  Supply Voltage B+
                07-10 -  Signal too Low - Intermittent
    End   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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    Monitors are reset when clearing fault memories.
    When checking DTC's you most likely reset, maybe not realizing you hit the 05 tab.
    0x01-04-160 For SAI
    0x01-04-098 For TV ADP
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    Above Magic! No Written record, AUTO-SCAN or Appointment = NO HELP!
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    Thanks for that info, Jack.
    First thing today I checked readiness monitors and they were all set, so I didn't accidentally clear the codes. So I ran an another autoscan and this time all the monitors showed them all set.
    Cleared the fault codes and took a short drive. No CEL but P1582 was showing when faults checked. Took a 4 mile drive, shut off the van and restarted, CEL on. The P0411 is not showing, just the P1582.
    I tried checking fuel trims in MVB 32 but there's nothing related in that. But there's Lambda values on 004 (3.9 0.0 5.5) and 027 (4.7 5.5) . Checked Block 160 (0.8 25.0).

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    Starring at the blocks and long or short road tests are not going to complete the repair for this or give insight.

    Air leak or switched air leak ........Fix it........!

    Time to isolate carefully with mighty vac and crimp tests.......
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    Haven't had much time to mess with the van, just wanted to update progress. Replaced the cloth covered lines that run from the intake-FPR-SAI solenoid. One of the lines slipped off easily so I was hoping that was the leak source. But, alas, it was not to be. Took a drive, no codes. After the next drive a few days later checked for codes, P1582 showing but no CEL. Next day CEL back on. At least the P0411 code isn't coming up.

    The Mityvac arrived today (the mailman launched it from about 12' to the porch, which pissed me off) so when I get a chance, going to test the line from the SAI solenoid to the Combi. I know that line should be changed, regardless, but for now my quest is just to get it through inspection. I also realize that I should be checking other things, but I want to pinpoint the exact cause of what causing this P1582 code. I've scoured the net and found so many different fixes, such as replacing TV's and ECU's.

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    Just thought I'd update since it's been awhile and it's the polite thing to do, since you all have been so helpful.

    Replaced the Combi valve. After we checked it with Mity Vac there was a small vacuum leak. Jack mentioned hose to valve, but the leak was actually the valve; although the hose was pretty tattered. The valve was also slightly stuck open.

    So, I fire up the van and all was good, until I took a spin. About 2 miles into the trip CEL back on and I could feel something was amiss. CEL blinked a few times as well. Get back to the shop and checked codes, long list like when this occurred: https://forums.ross-tech.com/showthr...rovan+misfires

    Disgusted, I cleared the codes and didn't even bother saving them. Today I checked the codes and just P1215 came up. Cleared them, started the van, CEL back on immediately. Two codes P1215 & P1214. I'm kind of hoping that I got a defective coil (Uro Parts) from Rock. But, I reckon the next logical step is to start going through the injector wiring?

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