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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark.wilbur23 View Post
    Did I misunderstand DrPeters suggestion to compare the sensor data readings Don his post ?

    Dr Peters post follows

    Sorry for any confusion....

    So in the quote below, I was making mention of two (2) sensors:
    1) F96-arometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor = "Ambient pressure"
    2) G71-Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor = "Intake manifold pressure: absolute"

    The G31-Charge Air Pressure Sensor is for forced induction engines...

    Hope that clears things up,

    drpeter




    I would suggest to check the Advanced Measuring Values for the F96 and the G31(G71) pressures with the key on and the engine off.


    These values should be equal or very close.

    Code:
    [*ENG99319*],083,,Ambient pressure,LINEAR,hPa
    [*ENG101388*],336,,Intake manifold pressure: absolute,LINEAR,hPa
    The fault will set when there is a difference of about 210-230 hPa (+/-), according to some of the Audi repair information.

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    This is why the forum is not a substitute for the RTFB and observation of SSP design and function & to familiarize yourself with circuits or operation of components/locations.
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    Sensors appear to be reading about the same pressure any ideas on where to go from here would be very welcome




    Address 01: Engine (8R0 907 559 A)

    11:33:54
    IDE00190-ENG103225 Charge air pressure specified value-MAP_SP 118.99 hPa
    IDE00474 Ambient air pressure 90 kPa abs
    IDE00594 Absolute intake pressure 97 kPa abs
    ENG99319 Ambient pressure 908.44 hPa
    ENG101388 Intake manifold pressure: absolute 979.92 hPa

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    Do you have a RTFB and WD so you can observe it because that is what you need?


    Not sure what these items are or how to use them
    is there a wiki or other document i should spend some time with
    to learn what they are and how to use them ?

    again very grateful to everyone here for all of the advice and help so far

    i understand that is difficult (and frustrating) to get everyone up to speed on some of the common procedures
    but i am a fast learner and m sure with your help we can resolve this fault code


    Mark

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    Do you have a RTFB and WD so you can observe it because that is what you need?


    Not sure what these items are or how to use them
    is there a wiki or other document i should spend some time with
    to learn what they are and how to use them ?

    again very grateful to everyone here for all of the advice and help so far

    i understand that is difficult (and frustrating) to get everyone up to speed on some of the common procedures
    but i am a fast learner and m sure with your help we can resolve this fault code


    Mark
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark.wilbur23 View Post
    Sensors appear to be reading about the same pressure any ideas on where to go from here would be very welcome
    Well.. there is only a 70 hPa difference in your values at the time the were being observed. So the code should not set .. technically, according to some information I had found in the repair manuals, however I do recall some documents wanting less than 100? I could be wrong..

    You could do a 'wiggle' test of the harness, connectors, ecm, grounds, etc while observing these values live with the key on/engine off. Be sure to maintain battery voltage.

    Maybe an ECM concern... hard to be sure.. You can use VCDS to clear fault codes three (3) times in a row in less than 30-sconds in the [01-Engine], then cycle the ignition off/on after about a 10 second wait... or You can disconnect the battery for 30 min and see if the code clears?

    drpeter

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    I’ll give it a try

    Anything I need to run after I reconnect the battery ?

    Seen lots of suggestions on running TBA after battery disconnect

    Thanks for the help

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark.wilbur23 View Post
    Anything I need to run after I reconnect the battery ?

    Seen lots of suggestions on running TBA after battery disconnect ....
    It would not hurt to use the Basic Settings for the Throttle Body Alignment, then run an Auto-Scan, clear all DTC's and see what comes back..

    drpeter

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    I’m going to purchase another different manufacturer MAP sensor and see if it gets closer
    To the intake manifold sensor values I found several other vehicle scans on other sites
    And all of the scans I reviewed were almost identical readings with in 1-2 MBar

    Hope that works

    Thanks again for 5he help

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    I’m going to purchase another different manufacturer MAP sensor and see if it gets closer
    To the intake manifold sensor values I found several other vehicle scans on other sites
    And all of the scans I reviewed were almost identical readings with in 1-2 MBar

    Hope that works

    Thanks again for 5he help

    Think you would mine more GOLD checking and qualifying the harness or tracks shared versus changing out parts?

    Ever consider a tester such as a decade box and load lights?

    Have you read the entire JPPSG thread yet?
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