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Mk5 General Area / Re: Fault code / charcoal canister / purge valve
« Last post by f00glee on September 19, 2018, 06:10:49 PM Started by Gtcpaul1971  »
N75 is boost pressure control nothing to do with evap system!

N80 is the purge valve. (N115 mentioned in previous post incorrect - ill edit!)
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Mk5 General Area / Re: Fault code / charcoal canister / purge valve
« Last post by v4rley on September 19, 2018, 06:08:45 PM Started by Gtcpaul1971  »
The evap purge valve is the N80
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Mk5 General Area / Re: Fault code / charcoal canister / purge valve
« Last post by bobby_fodge on September 19, 2018, 05:41:06 PM Started by Gtcpaul1971  »
Just take the engine cover off, if you have one, and you can see the valve about six inches behind the crash bar right in the middle of the car. Cut the hose clamps off, pull hoses off, fit new value and either crimp on new hose clamps or tighten jubilee clips.
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Mk5 General Area / Re: Fault code / charcoal canister / purge valve
« Last post by Gtcpaul1971 on September 19, 2018, 04:54:06 PM Started by Gtcpaul1971  »
I got a new bosch n75 for £23 from ebay. It tens minutes max to fit. You can get a creation motorsports silicone pipe for £25 which may prove durable than the OE one.

I use TPS in Manchester all the time and they know I'm not trade.

Have you tried clearing the code and seeing it goes and stays away?


Is the n75 the purge valve? Is there a you tube vid on how to fit lol
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Mk5 General Area / Re: Fault code / charcoal canister / purge valve
« Last post by Gtcpaul1971 on September 19, 2018, 04:50:29 PM Started by Gtcpaul1971  »
I have phoned TPS and they can do the canister, pipe and purge valve for £130.
Maybe I should clear the codes first before spending that? But it have power loss too?
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Mk5 General Area / Re: Fault code / charcoal canister / purge valve
« Last post by bobby_fodge on September 19, 2018, 04:12:16 PM Started by Gtcpaul1971  »
I got a new bosch n75 for £23 from ebay. It tens minutes max to fit. You can get a creation motorsports silicone pipe for £25 which may prove durable than the OE one.

I use TPS in Manchester all the time and they know I'm not trade.

Have you tried clearing the code and seeing it goes and stays away?
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Mk5 General Area / Re: Fault code / charcoal canister / purge valve
« Last post by f00glee on September 19, 2018, 04:01:25 PM Started by Gtcpaul1971  »
have you ever tried buying from a TPS? I hear some stick firmtly to the no selling to public rule, but my local one has never had issue with me phoning orders through for collection.

This code can also be caused by the purge valve (N80) i think. This is a bit of a rip i believe (~£35) but Bosch non-vw branded ones aren't too pricey.

Might be useful:
https://www.volkswagenforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=20574
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Mk5 General Area / Fault code / charcoal canister / purge valve
« Last post by Gtcpaul1971 on September 19, 2018, 03:54:36 PM Started by Gtcpaul1971  »
Hi, had an on gojng issue with loss of power turbo not kicking in etc. Anyway I bought vag scanner and it showed up a fault. It was a 01089 code and apparently it's related to the charcoal canister / purge valve.
I rang the vw dealer Mansfield for prices as they seem straight forward to fit. He gave a price of £88 for the canister, £35 for the breather pipe - wtf!!!! and said he couldn't find the purge valve. He asked a mechanic passing by who said it is part of the canister and not a separate part!!!! Err no, it is a separate part you numpty.
My question is where can I buy these parts other than the stealers? Could these things be the power loss issues? Noticed some on eBay from Hong Kong lol.

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Mk5 General Area / Re: 2.0 TFSI engine code differences
« Last post by v4rley on September 19, 2018, 03:45:02 PM Started by Pesky jones  »
Unbolt the pump from the end of the inlet cam and you can see there
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Mk5 General Area / Re: Oil Temp sensor
« Last post by f00glee on September 19, 2018, 12:16:32 PM Started by unzippy  »
You cannot read oil temperature from the climatronic "secret menu". Some lists report that its possible but so far as I can see its a myth. From this menu, you can only read things that the climate control might care about or may help in diagnosing the HVAC system. Oil temperature, boost pressure etc don't fall into that category.

To check for sure, use VCDS and look at measuring block 134, field 1 - this is oil temperature. Was monitoring it myself just the other day.
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